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  • 1. Interactive teaching methods based on IT Tutor Theory Place Group Method Learning
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  • 3. Student skills
  • 4. Tutor skills
    • Pedagogical skills
    • Social skills
    • Management skills
    • Technical skills
    • Personal skills
  • 5. Learning theories
    • Behaviorism - Teacher centered model - Programmed Learning – individual form-test
    • Constructivism - Student centered model – creating authors products - group form-portfolio
  • 6.
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • Interactive whiteboard
    • List of websites
    • Digital video
    • Simulations
    • Internet research
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • Microsoft Paint
    • Microsoft Photo editor
    • Microsoft Movie Maker
    • VLE
    • Forum
    • Wiki
    • Blog
    • Web page
    • Resources
    • Conferencing
    • E-mail
  • 7. Learning group
    • The use of roles in groups
    • Social aspects of groups
    • Collaboration in groups
    • Facilitating online groups
    • Lurker, stealers, burners and confused
  • 8. Group communication modes Type of communication Participants one-to-one tutor-student student-student student-content one-to-many student-students many-to-many students-students Mode Face-to-face Online: synchronous Online: asynchronous one-to-one conversation online chat e-mail one-to-many lecture Streaming audio or video bulletin board mailing list many-to-many debate audio-conference video-conference chat room MOO forum blog wiki
  • 9. Interactive methods
    • Pyramid
    • Flash
    • Brainstorming
    • Divided poster
    • Panel discussion
    • Mind mapping
    • Picturing of idea
    • Three or more important things
    • Role-playing games
  • 10. Interactive methods in classroom
  • 11. Interactive methods in classroom
  • 12. Interactive methods in computer lab Method Technology Benefit Pyramid Internet research (students) information gathering, opinion exchange Flash Internet research (competition) waking up, activation of cognitive structures Brainstorming VLE Forum generation of ideas Divided poster VLE Glossary conceptualization of science notions Picturing of idea Paint, PowerPoint, Photo editor imagination development
  • 13. Interactive methods in computer lab Method Technology Benefit Mind mapping PowerPoint (Smart Art, Shapes) Defining notions and logical connections between them Panel discussion Internet research, Wiki collaborative writing Three or more important things Voting system summary, revision Role-playing game Internet research for selected roles, PowerPoint (scenario, instructions, tips) safe training, skills development, team building
  • 14. Interactive methods in online space Method Technology Benefit Pyramid Internet research (students), VLE Wiki information gathering, opinion exchange Brainstorming VLE Forum, Voting system generation and selection of ideas Picturing of idea Paint, PowerPoint, Photo editor, Digital gallery imagination development, peer-to-peer assessment Student-content-student interaction List of web sites, digital hypertext lectures , podcasts, digital images and movies collaborative work, communal constructivism
  • 15. Interactive methods in online space Method Technology Benefit Mind mapping and sub mind mapping PowerPoint (Smart Art, Shapes) working in separate groups, collaborative work Panel discussion Forum, Wiki collaborative writing Three or more important things Assignment summary, revision Role-playing game Internet research for selected roles, Group forum, Second life, virtual/real identity safe training, skills development, team building
  • 16. Thank you for your patience!
  • 17. For further questions and comments: assistant professor Stoyan Saev Sofia Univeristy, bul. Tzar Osvoboditel № 15 Faculty of education e-mail: ssuev@yahoo.com
  • 18. Communal constructivism and network learning
    • The theme, or educational philosophy, underlying our approach is one we call ‘communal constructivism’, by which we mean an approach to learning in which students not only construct their own knowledge (constructivism) as a result of interacting with their environment (social constructivism), but are also actively engaged in the process of constructing knowledge for their learning community.
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  • 21. Virtual libraries
    • Internet public library - www.ipl.org
    • BUBL Information Service - bubl.ac.uk
    • The WWW Virtual Library - vlib.org
  • 22. Search engines
    • www.google.com
    • www.altavista.com
    • www.lycos.com
    • www.wolframalpha.com
  • 23. Define learning activity
    • Key words
    • Precise topic
    • Selected websites
    • Web portal/s
  • 24. Meta search engines
    • www.dogpile.com
    • www.metacrawler.com
    • www.webcrawler.com
    • harvester42.fzk.de