JTEL Summer School Chania 2011<br />Israel Gutiérrez & DerickLeony<br />
Outline<br /><ul><li>¿What is JTELSS?
Summary of JTELSS11
Details and structure
Group therapy sessions
Workshops
PhD led sessions
Conclusions of JTELSS11
Topics of interest and collaboration opportunities</li></li></ul><li>What is JTELSS?<br />Joint Technology Enhanced Learni...
JTELSS Chania 2011<br />Chania, Crete, Greece<br />May 29th to June 3rd 2011<br />68 participants (~20 mentors)<br />6 stu...
JTELSS11<br />We are very satisfied with<br />Good content<br />Productive activities<br />Networking and collaboration<br...
Details and structure<br />9:00h – 19:00h schedule<br />Breakfast<br />Group therapy sessions<br />Coffee break<br />Intro...
Group Therapy Sessions<br />3 groups of PhD students, led by 2 students with complementary background<br />Blueberries (Is...
Group Therapy Sessions<br />
Group Therapy Sessions<br />Topics for discussion<br />Research areas and how to formulate research questions<br />Researc...
Bluberries slides<br />Group Therapy Sessions<br />
Reflection Sessions<br />Reflection about group sessions and workshops<br />One student present his/her reflections about ...
Workshops<br />Quantitative research on information filtering in TEL<br />Science classroom<br />Pimp my PhD<br />Business...
Business engagement<br />Objective: bridge the gap between academic and business people. Help them understand each other<b...
Usage and development of RO(P)LE<br />Objective: Instruct attendants about how to use  a ROLE and how to develop widgets f...
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  1. 1. JTEL Summer School Chania 2011<br />Israel Gutiérrez & DerickLeony<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br /><ul><li>¿What is JTELSS?
  3. 3. Summary of JTELSS11
  4. 4. Details and structure
  5. 5. Group therapy sessions
  6. 6. Workshops
  7. 7. PhD led sessions
  8. 8. Conclusions of JTELSS11
  9. 9. Topics of interest and collaboration opportunities</li></li></ul><li>What is JTELSS?<br />Joint Technology Enhanced Learning Summer School<br />8th edition<br />Several profiles of PhD students<br />Techies<br />Pedagogues<br />Hybrids<br />
  10. 10. JTELSS Chania 2011<br />Chania, Crete, Greece<br />May 29th to June 3rd 2011<br />68 participants (~20 mentors)<br />6 students from Spanish institutions(3 from UC3M)<br />
  11. 11. JTELSS11<br />We are very satisfied with<br />Good content<br />Productive activities<br />Networking and collaboration<br />A lot of activity online<br />#jtelss11<br />facebook, flickr, picasa<br />
  12. 12. Details and structure<br />9:00h – 19:00h schedule<br />Breakfast<br />Group therapy sessions<br />Coffee break<br />Intro to workshops<br />Lunch<br />Workshops<br />Coffee break<br />PhD led session<br />Discussions and reflection<br />Free time and dinner<br />Tight schedule… but the week flew by!<br />
  13. 13. Group Therapy Sessions<br />3 groups of PhD students, led by 2 students with complementary background<br />Blueberries (Israel & Francesca)<br />Rakis(Derick & Antigoni)<br />Cocktails (Ana & Ana)<br />1h30’ each morning<br />1h discussion + 3x9’ presentation of each group<br />
  14. 14. Group Therapy Sessions<br />
  15. 15. Group Therapy Sessions<br />Topics for discussion<br />Research areas and how to formulate research questions<br />Research methods: quantitative, qualitative and mixed approaches<br />Research instruments and evidences<br />
  16. 16. Bluberries slides<br />Group Therapy Sessions<br />
  17. 17. Reflection Sessions<br />Reflection about group sessions and workshops<br />One student present his/her reflections about a sessions<br />General reflection<br />What are you going to do differently in your PhD?<br />New ideas you’ll investigate after JTELSS<br />If you were a magician, what would you change education?<br />
  18. 18. Workshops<br />Quantitative research on information filtering in TEL<br />Science classroom<br />Pimp my PhD<br />Business engagement (2)<br />Usage and development of ROLE<br />TEL for culture playground<br />Bringing educators and developers together<br />WebQuest 2.0<br />Augmented reality<br />Design educational games<br />GRAPPLE<br />OER<br />
  19. 19. Business engagement<br />Objective: bridge the gap between academic and business people. Help them understand each other<br />Methodology: interactive activities<br />Key messages:<br />It is OK to fail<br />Learn how to negotiate<br />K.I.S.S.<br />People don’t buy products but benefits<br />Keep on with the work<br />
  20. 20. Usage and development of RO(P)LE<br />Objective: Instruct attendants about how to use a ROLE and how to develop widgets for one<br />Methodology: hands-on; users and developers<br />Users. Widgets that would help you as a PhD student.<br />Developers. Complete 6 tasks related to:<br />Inter-widget communication<br />XMPP<br />Javascript and Apache Shindig<br />
  21. 21. Augmented Reality<br />Objective: testing simple authoring tools<br />BuildAR: associate a marker to a 3D model<br />Hoppala: mobile maps with POIs. Integrate layer from:<br />Layar, Juanio, Wikitude<br />ARchitect: JS framework embedded in HTML<br />Outcomes: AR tangibles<br />
  22. 22. Open Educational Resources<br />Repositories of OERs<br />Jorum, xpert, temoa, flickr, everystockphoto, jamendo, digccmixter<br />Activity in with 3 ROLE widgets<br />Search engine on OER repos, open articles and a etherPad to discuss about the experience<br />More info<br />
  23. 23. PhD led sessions<br />PechaKucha<br />Getting your message across<br />Using Web 2.0 tools in your PhD<br />Speed Mentoring<br />PhD fishbowl<br />
  24. 24. Conclusions of the JTELSS<br />Second special issue in IJTEL<br />Qualitative and mixed methods in TEL<br />How to change the world using TEL<br />Situate our PhD topic in TELmap<br />Opportunities of collaboration<br />UNIRI<br />Context of language learning: pedagogical approaches<br />
  25. 25. Topics for collaboration<br />Adaptive Hypermedia<br />Assessment<br />Augmented Reality<br />CALL<br />Collaborative Learning<br />HCI<br />Mobile Learning<br />Multimedia<br />PLE (widgets)<br />Recommenders<br />Science 2.0<br />Virtual Worlds<br />Web 2.0<br />OER<br />
  26. 26. Videos<br />Short compilation<br />JTELSS11 video<br />
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