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Does learning and teaching change with the introduction of Web 2.0 and social, connective intelligence? Should we think of a possible, different pedagogical approach?

Does learning and teaching change with the introduction of Web 2.0 and social, connective intelligence? Should we think of a possible, different pedagogical approach?

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    • Perspectives of Teaching and Learning with CLIL in the Age of Web 2.0
      • By Cosimo Cannata, IATEFL-British Council, Milan, 25 March 2009
      • Language learning is a matter of communication
      • Connecting knowledge and being “socially intelligent”
      • Being empathic
      • Need of new pedagogic model: Connectivism
      • CLIL materials are a logic outcome of connective skills
      • Web 2.0 lowers affective barriers to effective learning
      • Web 2.0 contributes to: a) find authentic & relevant CLIL materials; b) improve motivation; c) staying “in touch”
      • A “conceptual”, cloud map of this paper, made through Worldle.net
    • Pedagogical issues (adapted from Alexander, R. (1992). Policy and Practice in Primary Education , London: Routledge, p. 184. Quoted in M. Cox, M. Webb, et al. (2003). ICT and pedagogy. A review of the research literature , London: Becta-DfES, p. 7.
    • From One To Many
      • Every communication act is
      • just a matter of empathy… and implies an encounter
      • … A matter of deep understanding, not casual.
      • At a certain point, communication must be real,
      • not virtual
      Gustav Klimt, Der Küss ( The Kiss) , Oil and gold leaf on canvas, 1907-08, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria
    • Pedagogic models and my option… Adapted from G. Siemens, www.connectivism.ca
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    • Is Google the Mother of All Dead Cultures, of the Death of Our Intelligence ?
    • Internet helps to make order and sense within the chaotic reality
    • Is the Internet ruining our culture? Is the Web fostering the death of books? Is Google making us stupid? (Andrew Keen, 2007, and Nicholas Carr, The Atlantic , July/August, 2008)
    • Web 2.0 according to Tim O’Reilly
    • Attitudes towards Web 2.0
      • “ (…) it is important to realize that for many language teachers Web 2.0 may simply appear to be another technological innovation that will pass them by along with the many others that they have seen during their career (…)”
      • G. Motteram (2009). “A Context-Based Approach to Web 2.0 and Language Education”, in M. Thomas (Ed). Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning , Hershey, PA: Idea Group Inc (IGI), p. 120.
    • Web 2.0 Learning Styles and MI (adapted from Web 2.0 and Emerging Learning Technologies , Wikibook Online Work, 2007)
    • Useful resources for CLIL
    • Sample task. Adapted from University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, Introduction to TKT: CLIL Adapted from University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, Introduction to TKT: CLIL
    • Teaching with Web 2.0 resources
      • iTunes U Repository with over 75,000 educational audio and video files from top universities, museums, PBS stations, and other cultural institutions around the world
      • ALI, Apple Learning Interchange Educator created lessons and activities
      • www.teflclips.com Teaching with videos from YouTube
      • www.wiziq.com Online classrooms and virtual learning environments, beyond wikis and open learning spaces
      • www.ning.com Fully manageable, personal social networking
      • www.go2web20.net Perhaps the most comprehensive directory of Web 2.0 resources and sites
      • www.wikipedia.org The most famous product of collective intelligence
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    • And finally, the most famous collective work ...
    • Thank You Very Much [email_address] http://didatticaweb.blog spot.com Made with a Mac