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Some thoughts about e-didactic qualities of blogging

Some thoughts about e-didactic qualities of blogging



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  • 1. Tools and Community in e-Learning Beata Godejord , [email_address] , Nesna University College, 28.09.2010 En example of e-module ‘ ICT in Society and Work Life’ , one of 6 modules offered by Nesna University College ( www.hinesna.no ) within the studies ‘IKT og læring’ Blog as e-Learning Environment
  • 2. Web Log (chronological record of events during a sea journey) Weblog Defining blog Webblog is a frequently updated Web site consisting of dated entries arranged in reversed chronological order so the most recent post appears first Routledge Encyclopaedia of Narrative Theory
  • 3. Content-related focus Module : ICT in Society and Work Life (ITL 103) Information Society Societal aspects of TCT Cultural aspects of ICT Ethical aspects of ICT Educational aspects of ICT
  • 4. Module : ICT in Society and Work Life (ITL 103) Competence-related focus B l o g YouTube Scribd 4shared n e t w o r k Social media
  • 5. The idea of work in the course ICT in society and work life (ITL 103) A R C nalyze eflect ommunicate resouces on the content of the resources content-related reflection
  • 6. Tangential Learning ‘ I’m always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught’ Winston Churchill Active learning Interest-quided learning Self-regulated leaning
  • 7. * Castells M. (2004), The Rise of Network Society Network Society Information Society A society where the key social structures and activities are organized around electronically processed information networks *
  • 8. Learning Community A community where the process-oriented communication is organized around electronically processed information networks Social media network
  • 9. http://www.ict-edu.nl/sjablonen/ictene/pagina.asp?subsite=143&onderwerp=52&pagina=856 Pedagogical approach towards ‘IKT og læring through blogging ’
  • 10. * http://www.itdl.org/Journal/Jan_05/article01.htm Knowledge is distributed across the network of connections Learning philosophy behind ‘IKT og læring throuhg blogging ’ Connectivism: “ A learning Theory for the Digital Age” * Learning and knowledge rests in diversity of opinions Ability to see connections between fields, ideas, and concepts is a core skill Discovery Learning
  • 11. . (Holmes B., 2008, E-learning: Concept and Practice , Los Angeles: Sage Publications ) E-learning practices and skills and blogging Blogging Non-hierarchical framework for e-learning practices and skills
  • 12. Thank you for your attention Beata Godejord Nesna University College [email_address]