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Using project-based learning (PBL) supported by wiki-work and Twitter in a higher education context.

Using project-based learning (PBL) supported by wiki-work and Twitter in a higher education context.

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  • 1. Connecting students withauthentic audiences:Dr Kelli McGrawFaculty of Education@kmcg2375Using project-based learning,wiki-work and Twitter
  • 2. Critical Friends onTwitter:@BiancaH80@malynmawby@benpaddlejones@cpaterso
  • 3. Projectwork inclass
  • 4. Poetry Project Wikihttp://poetryroom.pbworks.com/
  • 5. Annotated screenshots for ‘scaffolding’student participation
  • 6. Using Twitter toconnect studentswith the realworld...https://twitter.com/CLB_018
  • 7. Take-Away Ideas...1. Having a public audience for student work “upsthe stakes”, increasing students’ motivation to dohigh-quality work, and adds to the authenticity ofthe project (bie.org)2. Contemporary graduates require explicit instructionon how to write, make effective presentations, orotherwise express themselves in various modes.3. Using a blend of online and real-life learningenvironments increases opportunities for studentsto find authentic audiences and build their ‘PLN’.
  • 8. For further discussion – kellimcgraw.com