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connecting experiences


connecting experiences: …

connecting experiences:
telling stories through a networked environment

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  • talk about what it is \n\nContact with other cultures\nimmersion in the target language\nsocioal and professional maturing of ideas, and personal growth \n
  • how it was before \none assessment - talk about the old module assessment\nnot in line with the process of living and learning on their own whilst fostering autonomy, and cultivating new practices, keeping in touch with home institution\n
  • changing assessment to support learning process\nthe internet being a place for communication and \n
  • open source technology to bridge communication \nPromoting interactivity \n
  • photostories - Arrival \n15% \n\nengaging with cultural differences from a personal perspective \nSeeing their experience from their own lens\n\n
  • student blog (40%)\n\nwritten during the period of RA\nwritten in the foreign language and seen by the tutor (and whoever the student decides to share with - can go from fully open to fully closed)\n4 goals\n1- language\n2- Personal Development \n3- Professional and/or academic development \n4 - Intercultural and/or social knowledge \n\n
  • bring it all together - reflective report (45%)\n\nSelf evaluation of successes and failures in achieving the goals set in student blog \nreflect upon one of the intercultural or social knowledge goals in more detail and depth \n\n
  • Informal communication\ntalk about groups and contest\nbefriending people and personal wire \nfacebook like \n
  • \nchampioning new ways of reflecting about practice and learning (lifelong learning skills) \nadapting the way we support students abroad with a little help of interactive technologies \ncreating context \n\n
  • Future topics for ECE11\ninteractive portfolio - Critically addressing their digital identity \nmaking sense of the open web - engaging in the debate of public vs private \n
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  • 1. connecting experienceste ll ing st or ie s th ro ug h a net wor k ed en v ironmen t University of Salford’s 2nd good practice event, students’ journey with TEL
  • 2. the reportImage by Yagan Kiely (CC BY-SA 2.0)
  • 3. changing assessmentchanging the way students communicate their learning Image and quote by Dean Shareski (CC BY-NC 2.0)
  • 4. arrival photo storyphoto by oooh.oooh photo by powermobile.com BY-NC-SA 2.0) (CC BY-NC 2.0)
  • 5. bloggingcapturing experience Photo by Kristina.B (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
  • 6. bringing itall together reflective report Photo by Darwin Bell (CC BY-NC 2.0)
  • 7. informal communication
  • 8. Photo by dkuropatwa (CC BY-NC -SA 2.0)
  • 9. Photo by Margarita Perez Photo by KYTeacher tos/kyteacher/ argaperez/ 3578441521/ (CC BY-NC-SA 3182557415/in/photostream/ 2.0) (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) interactive portfoli o digital identity public vs priv ate Photo by T homas Haw k http://w hotos/thom ashawk/16 1547780/ (CC BY-NC 2.0)#ECE11
  • 10. Dr. Ian FosterCristina CostaChus Fernandez Photo by KYTeacher (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)