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    Using Web 2.0 Using Web 2.0 Presentation Transcript

    • Using Web2.0 in Teaching and Learning Mr. Fong TH, Ms. Lok MW, Mr. Tung KK
    • Background of the training
      • The Third Strategy on Information Technology in Education presented in December 2008
    • Are you digital immigrants
      • Are you too MATURE and feel disconnected with your students since you’re digital immigrants?
      • Most of the students in your classroom are digital natives
    • Our “Y-Gen” students Students in the past “ Y-Gen” Students Read books Read the web / forum Share feelings/gossips with your friends Share everything through Facebook Play computer games Play application games in Facebook Watch TV Watch youtube, Todou ( 土豆網 ), Youku ( 優酷網 ) Take photos and keep the album in the shelf Take photos and share in Picasa / Flickr web album Talk with friend through phones Email, SMS, MSN with friends Discuss projects with classmates Email, GoogleDoc, Zoho (not common in HK) Write journals ( 日記 ) Blogger, Xanga, Qooza, Wordpress… etc.
    • What is Web2.0?
    • What is Web2.0?
      • Web-based applications
      • User-friendly Interface
      • User-oriented
      • Rich media (e.g. video, audio)
      • Social Web
      The new web has opened almost limitless possibilities for contributing, collaborating and connecting
    • More examples
    • Common Web2.0 used in Teaching & Learning
      • Podcasts
      • Wikipedia
      • Blogs
      • Collaborative Tools, i.e. Google Doc
      • Social Networking ,i.e. Facebook
      • Multimedia Sharing, i.e. Youtube
      • Content syndication, i.e, RSS
      • Video streaming, i.e. Youtube
    • Common Web2.0 used in Teaching & Learning
      • Web 2.0 allows students to:
      • Create
      • Contribute
      • Collaborate
      • Connect
      • Share
      • Participate in a learning community
    • Web2.0 training courses Course ID Course Topic EI0020090129 Using Free Online Spreadsheet to Facilitate Learning and Teaching EI0020090129 Using Podcasting to Improve Secondary School Students' Listening and Speaking Competence in Putonghua EI0020080335 Using Facebook as Online Learning Log and Communication Platform in Project-based Learning EI0020090049 Applying Wiki in Learning and Teaching EI0020090140 Using Free Online Office Tools for Learning and Teaching in Secondary Schools (June 2009)
    • What can we do now?
      • Get training with Web2.0 in your curriculum
      • Move teaching away from conventional methods
      • Allows student to construct their knowledge on their own
      • Make learning more interactive
      • Provide learning opportunities using Web2.0 technology
    • Google Doc
      • http:// docs.google.com /
      • Username: ppvic3
      • Password: popepaul
      • Online collaborative office tool
      • Co-author on the same document
      • Google App in Education (Chinese Version):
      • http:// googleined.blogspot.com /
    • Blog
      • http://ppvic3.blogspot.com
      • Username: ppvic3
      • Password: popepaul
      • Online writing tool
      • Encourage self-reflections
      • Online resources for sharing