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Slideshow created for the workshop "How to Produce Collaborative Work Online", organised by APIBA (Sept 10, 2011).

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    • Gladys Baya 10 Sept, 2011 How to produce collaborative work online
    • “ What all collaborative tasks have in common is that one of the participants has a goal that he or she would like to achieve and the other participant engages in talk that helps the first to achieve that goal.” Wells and Chang-Wells; 1992 (quoted by Beatty:113 )
    • RU ready 4 collabor8n?
      • 1.
      • People learn better when carefully led by “experts”.
      • 2.
      • Interaction is an essential element of the learning process.
      • 3.
      • People actually learn by doing, not but “being told about” something.
      • 4.
      • Diversity and heterogeneity make learning more difficult.
    • People learn better when carefully led by “experts”.
    • Interaction is an essential element of the learning process.
    • People actually learn by doing, not but “being told about” something.
    • Diversity and heterogeneity make learning more difficult.
    • RU ready 4 collabor8n?
      • 1.
      • People learn better when carefully led by “experts”.
      • 2.
      • Interaction is an essential element of the learning process.
      • 3.
      • People actually learn by doing, not but “being told about” something.
      • 4.
      • Diversity and heterogeneity make learning more difficult.
    • RU ready 4 collabor8n?
      • 0 coincidences : You feel really at ease in traditional learning environments. Wouldn’t you like to see other ways to go about it?
      • 1 coincidence : Perhaps there’s some contradiction between what you think you believe and what you actually believe… Stay with us for the next 30 minutes, and then make up your mind!
      • 2 coincidences : Have you already tried online collaborative learning? Make sure to choose supportive partners!
      • 3 coincidences : You certainly have a lot to gain by trying learning in the Web 2.0. If you’ve not done so yet, do not miss our tips to choose the tools that suits your needs best.
      • 4 coincidences : The Web 2.0 is the perfect learning environment or you. Probably you’ve already tried several tools– please tell us about your experience!
    • The Web 2.0… What’s the Web 2.0?
      • Discussion groups
      • Forums
      • Blogs
      • RSS
      • Photoblogs
      • Wikis
      • Twitter®
      • Facebook®
      • Podcasts
      • Social Bookmarking
      • File sharing
      • Tagging
      • Creative Commons Licences….
    • For you and all these other people… Source: http://www.ipligence.com/worldmap /
    • Doodle – http:// doodle.com /
    • Google docs – https :// docs.google.com /
    • Pbworks – http:// pbworks.com /
    • Mindmeister – http:// www.mindmeister.com /
    • Mind42 – http://mind42. com /
    • Glogster (for education) - http:// edu.glogster.com /
    • Wallwisher – http:// www.wallwisher.com /
    • Yahoo! groups - http:// groups.yahoo.com / /
    • Google groups - https :// groups.google.com /
    • Yaptime - http:// yaptime.com /
    • Voicethread - http:// voicethread.com / /
    • Voxopop - http:// www.voxopop.com /
    • Windows Live Messenger – http:// explore.live.com / windows - live - messenger
    • Skype – http://www.skype.com/
    • SimpleMEET.me – http:// simplemeet.me / /
    • WizIQ - http:// www.wiziq.com / /
      • “ A community of practice is not just a Web site, a database, or a collection of best practices. It is a group of people who interact, learn together, build relationships, and in the process develop a sense of belonging and mutual commitment . Having others who share an overall view of the domain and yet bring their individual perspectives on any given problem creates a social learning system that goes beyond the sum of its parts.” (Wenger, McDermott & Snyder, 2002:34)
      What is a community of practice (CoP)?
    • Elements of a community of practice (CoP) Hi Everyone! My name’s Sebastian . I’m from Catamarca, and joined this group about 6 months ago, encouraged by Ana Maria ###. . We work at the same school, and she told me about the great work you’ve been doing on ICT for English teaching. This is my first message, but I’ve been lurking since then! I wanted to tell you I’ve found the collection of links for teaching listening you created during last September at the group wiki most useful (my students have already tried several of the activities you recommended!). Perhaps we can try something similar for teaching other skills in the coming months? I think that’d help many of us keep enhancing our lessons ! Cheers Sebastian VOLUNTARY MEMBERSHIP NEGOTIATED GOALS A CORE MEMBER A CoP-GENERATED RESOURCE A BOUNDARY MEMBER REFLECTION ON PRACTICE
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    • Gladys Baya 10 Sept, 2011 How to produce collaborative work online Thanks for your attention!