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Ideas how we can plan activities of iCamp project trial 2

Ideas how we can plan activities of iCamp project trial 2

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    • Scenarios for iCamp trial 2
    • Timeline iCamp trial weblog Project seeds in wiki Establishing personal environments, forming project groups, assembling group environment Project-work with self-reflection, commenting 1 peer’s contract Project-work with self-reflection, commenting 1 peer’s contract Group environment is assembled Facilitation environment is assembled Peer reflection of contracts Peer evaluation of contracts Facilitator evaluation of contracts Peer evaluation of other projects? Facilitator evaluation of projects Facilitator reflection of group landscape and activity patterns Facilitator reflection of group landscape and activity patterns Support to form groups, assembling tools, selecting projects Facilitator assembles itself into group environment Monitoring and support of group-work and project, overview of group landscape and activities Monitoring and support of group-work and project Diary Filling in the diary Filling in the diary Filling in the diary Filling in the diary Filling in the diary Filling in the diary STUDENTS FACILITATORS
    • TRIAL ORGANISERS LANDSCAPE ICAMP TRIAL WEBLOG PROJECT WIKI PROJECT SEEDS FEED- ON-FEED TOOLS AND HELPDESK STUDENTS WEBLOGS FACILITATORS WEBLOGS SPECIFIC GROUP TAGGED FEEDS IN ILOGUES LINKS LINKS LINKS LINKS FEED CALENDAR FEED OR LINK LINKS LINKS
    • iCamp general trial monitoring
      • Facilitators could prepare iCamp trial weblog and project-wiki for trial 2. iCamp weblog will contain links to tools, helpdesk, students’ contracts and facilitators’ personal weblogs, and to the project and trial information. Pages could be used for each project proposal idea introduction or alternatively separate wiki pages can be established for each project. The links from these wikipages are accessible at iCamp trial weblog. The function of pages is to collect the interested people’s weblog contacts and connect people project-based. Other static project information can be on wiki or weblog pages too.
      • iCamp weblog blogroll is used to distribute general news. Blogroll feed can be subscribed with the students’ weblogs. Specific tags can be used to tag posts in the blogroll (eg. icampcontract, icampnews, iccampprojects, icampassignment etc.).
      • If students’ and facilitator’s weblogs feeds are subscribed with tags, (group1, group 2) we will create for the distributed project area where all the mashed group regulation can be observed in separate threads.
    • General iCamp trial monitoring Pages links for project seeds and important info Blogroll for news, Can be subscribed as feed, Tagging news Toolbox links, helpdesk Specific tags Participants contracts Facilitator’s weblogs Feed-on-feed link iCamp trial weblog in wordpress From wiki pages Students enter to get initial info Subscription to group-tagged students’ and facilitator’s feeds for monitoring calendar
    • Individual landscapes iLogue for contracts Videoblog Flickr Wordpress weblog feeds feeds Feed to records page Feed-on-feeds Scuttle Publishing personal area: PROJECT X TAG Self-intro Reflecting project tasks Self-intro Reflecting individual project tasks Group x tag Group x tag Other weblogs
    • Learners: Forming teams
      • Learners go back to the facilitation page and browse project ideas at wiki seeds. They add their weblog coordinates under to the projects at wiki pages - by this we collect people who select certain projects. After this pre-selection, learners read each other’s weblogs and find teammates they like. They can organise synchronous meetings to talk with X-lite.
      • Alternatively, learners should write, which project interests them in their own weblogs.
      • Alternatively learners can advertise their weblogs with icamptrial2 tag-feed in feed-on-feeds, find each other’s contacts and read about each other’s interests and select team-members.
    • PERSONAL LANDSCAPE PERSONAL WEBLOG ILOGUE FLICKR VIDEOWIKI SCUTTLE XLITE EMAIL ICAMP WEBLOG PROJECT WIKI PROJECT PAGE FEED FEED-ON-FEEDS FACILITATOR WEBLOG STUDENT 2 WEBLOG tagged feeds Links Feed Feeds Links tagged feed? tagged feed?
    • Facilitator and learners: Assembling the learning environment
      • If the learners have chosen the project and found team-members, the question arises where is their shared environment. The options are many:
      • A) To use shared Wordpress weblog as in trial 1 is less favourable because it decreases learners’ interest to continue keeping their individual weblogs
      • B) To use distributed weblogs mashing feeds with Feed plugin is very good because people can monitor the activities of team-members taken in their individual weblogs. Also some other feeds from the facilitator’s and iCamp trial’s weblog can be added.
    • GROUP LANDSCAPE STUDENT 1 WEBLOG STUDENT 2 WEBLOG STUDENT 3 WEBLOG STUDENT 4 WEBLOG FACILITATOR WEBLOG ICAMP TRIAL WEBLOG MASHED REGULATION WITH FEEDS PROJECT PAGE FEED FEED-ON-FEED SPECIFIC PROJECT TAG FEED OUT FROM EACH STUDENT PAGE, FACILITATOR AND PROJECT PAGE FEED IN TO WEBLOGS FROM PROJECT PAGE TO EACH STUDENT PAGE?
    • Distributed weblog as regulation tool Activate feedBack plugin
    • Distributed weblog as a shared regulation tool Offer subscriptions to team members or request subscriptions to form team
    • Distributed weblog as a shared regulation tool If all the request/offers have been accepted the distributed group weblog is formed. From read function the posts from team-members and facilitator’s weblogs will be mashed into one feed for monitoring group’s interaction.
    • Distributed weblog as a shared regulation tool Reply posts are written in your own weblog View whole post in peer’s weblog People will know what their teammates want to do, what they did, and how they explain their ideas from posting in their own weblog and monitoring the mashed feed.
    • Distributed weblog as a shared regulation tool Facilitator’s have the possiblity to mash separately 2 groups’ data if both group uses different tag (groupX, groupY)
    • Facilitator and learners: Assembling the learning environment
      • C) If groups use different group tags and submit their feeds (from weblogs, scuttle, videowiki etc.) to the feed-on-feeds aggregator, the facilitator will have different tags for different project weblog feeds to monitor.
      • This channel is broader compared with weblog feed mashup because also other tools’ feeds can be mashed like this. However, the minus of using only feed-on-feed for facilitators is that then they cannot interact with students in their regulation distributed space.
    • Aggregation with feed-on-feeds
      • Alternatively monitoring can be performed:
      • Each team-member uses in weblog posts always group tag ( eg. groupX).
      • Every person subscribes their feed in joint iCamp feed-on-feed.
      • Other tagged project materials (from Scuttle, videowiki, projectwiki, iLogue pages) can be subscribed too.
      • If tag transfer is functioning (currently not) people can extract each group’s posts and other contributions by clicking on specific tag-feed (eg groupX).
      • Tags can be added to any feed to select certain feeds that will be related with certain project.
    • Feed-on-feed aggregator Add feeds from each students’ weblog, and other tools which have feeds. Each comment in feeds SHOULD come with the tag that was added in weblog. Right now out of order. But tags enable to sort information group-based. Sort by tag You can ad tag manually or it is imported (last is out of order now) Subscribed feeds must be updated to see comments
    • Facilitator and learners: Assembling the learning environment
      • D) Learners might use the XOwiki (or google.docs or zoho) kind of applications for actual collaborative writing. Published documents from google-docs and zoho can be made available via personal weblogs.
      • The feed from XOWiki can be subscribed to the aggregator.
      • (E) Learners can use for projectwork other central community environments like Ning, which enable to integrate profiles with external feeds of materials and weblogs.)
    • Learners (and facilitator): Projectwork: individual contracting
      • After integrating the initial project team environment, facilitators send an assignment to groups in weblog post to discuss in project teams their general aims of the project and how they are going to distribute work to achieve the aims.
      • Next, on the bases of grounded ideas and tasks, each individual in team will generate the iLogue account, fill in the first draft of their individual contract and integrate the iLogue with their weblog.
      • Learner’s task is to reflect their doings in personal weblog and keep the iLogue contract.
      • Facilitator’s and other team-members view each project-member’s contract before it is approved and the project-work starts.
    • iLogue registration Students registrate their iLogue account for individual self-reflection during the project.
    • Get your weblog feed into iLogue {{recordlog -feed <your_feed_uri>}} {{recordlog -feed http://blog.course.isikun.edu.tr/katse/feed/}} Add here Select Configure my weblog Feed from your weblog will appear in Your records page
    • Records in iLogue Records feed from weblog Alternatively posts to the records can be added in Ilogue Idea is that in iLogue both the activity and the contract can be monitored
    • Personal contract in iLogue After the group has discussed who does what in the project team, the student fills in personal contract. In the middle of the project another student and the facilitator will comment students’ success in the contract. In the end of the project contract is used as part of evaluation? Fill in contract areas in iLogue page
    • My birdeye in iLogue My birdeye enables to follow records from my records’ page in timeline. This function is additional compared with if only weblog was used for recording the students’ progress. Timeline view enables to see how often and what student did. It is normal that student makes corrections in the contract objectives and other parts during the progress of the project.
    • Learners (and facilitator): Projectwork: peer (and facilitator) monitoring of contracts
      • Facilitators submit in the facilitation weblog assignment to select inside each project-team pair of peers who will observe each other’s contracts in the middle and in the end of the activity.
      • Team-members keep working individually in their weblogs for reflecting their ideas, and they observe each other’s weblogs and comment if needed in the mashed area of the feed reader in weblog.
      • Facilitator will observe the contracts in the end of the project and can use them for evaluating person’s success.
    • Learners: Projectwork: actual projectwork
      • Depending of the nature of actual projectwork the teams can use:
      • A most suggested) distributed weblog mashing feeds together with Read plugin (good choice for regulative and social tasks ).
      • D most suggested) shared wiki (good choice for generating project content )
      • C) shared specific tag to collect information links with bookmarking tool scuttle
      • D) shared aggregator feed-on-feeds to monitor all the participants’ individual progress with project which is reflected in their weblogs and contracts
      • E not suggested) shared weblog (it may attract learners away from individual weblogs)
    • Xo wiki for project content We need project seeds from the facilitators. Later, from each project seed the new project with (several) pages can grow out. In this area all the projects can be viewed, however each project uses its own pages
    • Learners: Projectwork: actual projectwork
      • Synchronous communication will be conducted with X-lite
      • However we should not totally restrict the learners (like we didn’t restrict them in trial 1) to use other tools if they fail with X-lite
      • Learners can use additional tools for shared activities if the project topic prescribes it.
    • Facilitator (and learners): Project level team monitoring and support
      • A) Facilitator will add comments for the general audience or projects with specific tags to the Facilitation weblog. In addition, facilitator can comment in own weblog. If facilitator’s weblog feed is subscribed in students’ weblogs, they will see the posts in mashed feed in weblog reader. Facilitator can monitor project-work in weblog mashed feed of the group.
      • B) If facilitator is using the aggregator like feed-in-feed, project level monitoring can happen using separate tags for feeds coming from weblogs, wikipages, scuttle etc. (currently out of order!).
    • Facilitator (and learners): Evaluation of projects
      • The project materials may consist of the published collaboratively written pages in wiki.
      • Learners must make the project materials accessible for the audience in the weblogs and in feed-in-feed aggregator
      • When projects are completed, facilitators (and other students) will evaluate the whole project, commenting it in facilitation weblog by using specific projecttag.