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  • 1. IEOL Integration and Education Online Presentation of work done Johanna Garant, Reeta Tenhola, Sirpa Paavilainen
  • 2. Contents
    • Workshops for teachers, Dec.2009
    • Student survey, Jan-Feb. 2010
    • Course plan for fall 2010
  • 3.
    • Pre-workshop task:
      • Explore 5 different blogs
      • comment using a joint Google document
      • What did you think about working with social media tools? Positive and negative
    • 3 workshops
      • Blogs in teaching and learning
      • Google documents and iGoogle
      • Picasa
    • 16 participants
      • from beginners to skilled computer users
      • Teachers in various fields (yoga, textile crafts, weaving, languages, cooking, art…)
    Workshops for teachers
  • 4. Results
    • Great enthusiasm
    • Ideas for blogs, courses, collaboration
    • Questions
    • Cooking blog , weaving blog, yoga blog
    • Collaborative methods within the lifelong learning centre staff
    • Collaborative methods in planning and implementing training courses (Office 2007)
    • Valkeakoski Lifelong Learning Centre on Facebook
    • Ideas for experimenting with different kinds of collaboration in language groups, crafts groups, computer groups
  • 5. What next?
    • Planned workshops for students cancelled
    • We decided to start by asking the students what kind of collaboration they have and want
    • Student survey
      • Webropol questionnaire to 575 students in 55 different groups
      • 362 answers (63%)
      • Languages, handicrafts, yoga, computers
  • 6. Wishes – handicrafts (21 answers)
    • Excursions
    • Online cooperation for ideas for new designs
  • 7. Wishes – computers (10 answers)
    • peer tutoring
    • Facebook and blogs
  • 8. Wishes – languages (63 answers)
    • authentic language use
    • excursions
    • conversations with native speakers
    • speaking practice with fellow students
    • target language culture
    • online discussions and tasks
  • 9. Development process
  • 10. Case
    • Draft plan for ”English (Spanish, Italian) in authentic environments” beginning in September 2010
    • Social media workshop at the beginning of the course
    • Visits by international students
    • Guided tours to local museums in English
      • Participants produce stories with pictures
      • Collaboration with students in partner organisations
    • Visits to IEOL projects meetings (Portugal, Spain, Italy)
  • 11. Collaboration
    • What kinds of students will participate in your organisation?
      • What do they want to learn? (English, computers, what else?)
      • Age? Skills?
    • How to encourage international student collaboration
      • Joint tasks?
      • Commenting on others’ stories?
      • Planning programme for study visit together with all participating students?
    • Ideas for appropriate social media tools?

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