ICT - Making the shift towards enhancing learning with Web2.0 Technologies

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A presentation given to the Teachers and Leaders of Rooty Hill High School on the basics of Web2.0 what tools are available and how these tools can be used to enhance learning.

A presentation given to the Teachers and Leaders of Rooty Hill High School on the basics of Web2.0 what tools are available and how these tools can be used to enhance learning.

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    Image: http://headrush.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/progress.jpg

    Article: http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/2006/06/mosh_pit_as_inn.html



    I really like this image for presenting how the 'Mosh Pit Model' has accelerated the development and uptake of Web2.0. I like to refer to ther like the www.Flickr.com method of putting a new innovation on one part of their site, if the innovation is embraced it is rolled out accross the site, if not it is simply deleted (no more $$$ market research driving up development costs?).
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    Image: http://www.personalizemedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/0...



    Article: http://www.personalizemedia.com/index.php/2006/08/27/virt...







    I also think a very good visual on the shift between system themes. However, it has two floors:



    a) I think it overcooks the speed of uptake of Web3.0. I think the associated hardware costs will be a serious barrier to entrants.



    b) It fails to acknowledge the pre 1995 non HTML services like Telnet and discussion groups that held many of the charecteristics of Web2.0 social Networking Sites.
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  • Very useful graphics. Do you have a URL reference for slides 4 and 5?
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  • 1. Ben Jones – PDHPE Department
  • 2.
    • Converse with those around you to identify:
    • What “learning that is enhanced by technology” looks like?
    • A learning experience or assessment task in your faculty that is “enhanced by technology”
    • Tip: Technology is broader than a computer & doesn’t always need to be handled by the student or in the classroom
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  • 6.
    • WEB1.0 WEBSITE
    • WEB2.0 WEBSITE
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  • 10.
    • Teacher Focused
      • Dartfish (Software/Laptop/Video Camera)
      • www.motionbased.com (Global Positioning System/Heart Rate Monitor/Google Earth)
      • Audiocasts and videocasts, accessible online. (Video Camera/MP3 recorder/online tools)
    • Student Focused
      • Video technique analysis using a video camera and media player
      • Co-operative learning through PowerPoint presentations
      • Heart Rate Monitors - analysing heart rate response to exercise
      • Blogging – Units co-delivered in the classroom and online using Blog Journals. Students are able to interact and ask questions through the Blog beyond the classroom.
      • Students use video cameras and video editing software to create video narrative about syllabus ‘big picture’ themes.
      • Using Bluetooth wireless peripheral devices (mouse/keyboard/graphics tablet) students are able to interact with PowerPoint presentations.
    • The future
      • MP3 Player/recorder – students creating their own audiocasts
      • GPS – students recording and analysing their own movement
  • 11.
    • Take 5 minutes to engage in targeted dialogue about how you can use any of these tools to enhance learning.
    • Critical Questions:
      • Which learning/assessment experiences can be enhanced by these technologies?
      • How can these technologies be applied?
      • Who will be responsible for establishing the technology?
      • How can we share this knowledge within our faculty?
  • 12.