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Communities of Practice and Web 2.0

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The new “Web 2.0” tools have the potential to change how we use the web and offer many opportunities for you and your students to build communities of practice. Learning how to become wise “consumers” …

The new “Web 2.0” tools have the potential to change how we use the web and offer many opportunities for you and your students to build communities of practice. Learning how to become wise “consumers” of the information published with Web 2.0 tools is equally as important as learning how to use these tools to create virtual communities. The new “Web 2.0” tools offer many learning opportunities for you and your students. This session will address how to find, evaluate, organize, and share the best web 2.0 innovations for creating communities.

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  • 1. Communities of Practice and Web 2.0 Tools   Finding, Organizing, Evaluating and Sharing by Lauren Fee Instructional Technology Services of Central Ohio
  • 2. What does mean to you?
  • 3. Communities of Practice
  • 4. What Why Who How
    • 3 Characteristics
      • Domain (Relevance)
      • Community (Reflection)
      • Practice (Contribution)
    • Active participation
    • Self-organzing/self-regulating
    • Intention/unintentional
    • Generates knowledge/value
  • 5. What Why Who How
    • We need to
    • It’s a new age
    • Social interaction helps construct knowledge, not just share information
      • Galaxiki
      • Collaborative Novel Wiki
    • Process is the product
  • 6. What Why Who How
    • Students
    • Teachers
    • Administrators/ Schools
    • Parents
  • 7.
    • A Moment for Reflection
    Are you a part of a CoP? What is it and how did you become involved? Are your students a part of a CoP? Should they be?
  • 8. What Why Who How
    • Find
    • Organize
    • Evaluate
    • Share
  • 9. How Find Organize Evaluate Share
    • Others in your CoP
    • Create a PLE
    • Podcasts for PD
  • 10. How
    • Your own investigation
      • Go2Web2.0
      • Office 2.0 Database
      • Solution Watch
      • Techcrunch
      • MoMB
      • eHub
      • Read/Write web
    Find Organize Evaluate Share
  • 11. How
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Community Wiki: Connected Learning
    • Online documents
    Find Organize Evaluate Share
  • 12. How
    • Reflection/Role
    • 7 Things You Should Know About
    • Use it!
    • Consider individual vs. community needs
    Find Organize Evaluate Share
  • 13. How
    • Just Start!
    • Groups
    • Classroom 2.0/Edu 2.0
    • Blogs/Wikis
    • Podcasting
    Find Organize Evaluate Share
  • 14. How can you turn social networking technologies into richer and more meaningful communities of practice? A Final Reflection:
  • 15. Thanks ! Lauren Fee [email_address] www.itsco.org www.itscoteam.org/~lauren ‘ It’s just a tool, it is what you do with it that matters!’
  • 16. References
    • http://www. ewenger .com/theory/
    • http: //technologyforcommunities .com/
    • http://www.cpsquare.org/resource_base.htm