On the Ning,Nang,Nong,Where the ‘Web’ goes Bong SPIKE MILLIGAN MEETS WEB 2.0 A tale of educating preservice MTeach students at the University of Western Sydney using Web 2.0 Dr. Judith Thistleton- Martin Ms. Kathryn Lewis
ON the Ning, Nang, NongWhere the WEB goes BONGand the ACADEMICS all say BOO!There’s a Nong, Nang, NINGWhere the STUDENTS go PINGand the COLLEGE MANAGEMENT goes JIBBER JABBER JOO.On the Nong, NING, Nangall the academics go CLANGand you just can’t catch them when they do.So, it’s the NING, Nang, NongThe WEB goes BONG, Nang, NING, Nong, the STUDENTS go PING,Nang, Ning, Nong, the academics go CLANG,What a noisy place to belong, is the Ning, Nang,Ning, Nang, Nong!What a noisy place to belong
Overview•UWS -Ning Nang,Nong•Our preservice and beginningteachers at UWS.•Issues with casual teaching•The project -CasTNet- socialnetworking•Big picture ideas• Sing the Ning,Nang,Nong song
Preservice and Beginning teachers at the University of Western Sydney,School of Education, MTeach, Primary WHO ARE THEY??
preservice and beginning teachers at UWS• ISSUES with beginning teaching
Jenkins, Smith and Maxwell, (2009)Are learning about teaching as well as continuing to learn how to teach.Are coming to terms with the often challenging cultural milieu of a classroom or school.Experience personal and professional isolationStruggle with personal and social identity.Often have difﬁculty making the transition from Student teacher to beginning teacher.Are learning to cope with the itinerant nature of casual teaching.Find it difﬁcult to build relationships with new sets of students and teachers in a constantly changingenvironment.Discover that establishing rapport in a single day is almost impossible.Face Disappointment because many school communities do not provide ongoing systematic support.
Six BIG Idea of the JISC report Arc’s Model (Keller, 1987 (modiﬁed)1) Individual production and user generated 2) Harness the power of the crowd ATTENTION CONFIDENCE Perceptual arousal learning requirements Inquiry Success Opportunities Variablity Personal control 4. Architecture of Participation 3) Data on an epic scale CasTNet relevance Satisfaction Goal orientation Natural consequences Motivation matching Positive consequences Familiarity Equity 5) Network Effects 6) Openness
Anderson, 2007 The Big picture idea1. Individual production and user generated content2. Harness the power of the crowd3. Data on an epic scale4. Architecture of participation5. Network effects6. Openess
ARC’s Model,Keller, (1987)Phase 1 . ATTENTION - design elements for NING How can the design of the interface improve Perceptual engagement and perceptual arousal for UWS teachers? e.g. interesting animation on the front of arousal the Ning? uses surprise and uncertainty to gain interest Offering live events online from principals of schools for beginning teachers to ask questions, Inquiry could there be live streaming embedded in this Ning?? Stimulates curiosity by posing challenging questions or problems to be solved.
Our methodis to ‘Build a global space‘ Anderson’s, 2007 Big IDEAS.
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A metaphorON the Ning, Nang, NongWhere the WEB goes BONGand the ACADEMICS all say BOO!There’s a Nong, Nang, NINGWhere the STUDENTS go PINGand the COLLEGE MANAGEMENT goes JIBBER JABBER JOO.On the Nong, NING, Nangall the academics go CLANGand you just can’t catch them when they do.So, it’s the NING, Nang, NongThe WEB goes BONG, Nang, NING, Nong, the STUDENTS go PING,Nang, Ning, Nong, the academics go CLANG,What a noisy place to belong, is the Ning, Nang,Ning, Nang, Nong!
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