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2012 SDSU LARC Social Media Workshop Keynote by University of Connecticut members: …

2012 SDSU LARC Social Media Workshop Keynote by University of Connecticut members:

Barbara Lindsey
Melina Masterson
Claudio Pinna
Carsten Witt

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  • Ask participants to identify key concepts/words\n
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  • This is the first post back in 2007 and still accessible, as are all past course work, including students’ comments. We also have links to current and former students’ own course blogs and wikis. How does this change the way we can teach and learn?\n
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  • Challenge was in meeting the needs of a member of our learning community who was based at a branch campus and couldn’t make our f2f meeting times.\n
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  • Main learning environment is not behind a walled garden of a course management system, but rather open to the world via our blog and our wiki.\n
  • Learning opportunities don’t need to end when the course ‘ends’. Collaboration and engagement can continue with social media tools like this wiki.\n
  • Our community of practice can include individuals we’ve never met but who share a common passion and from whom we can learn.\n
  • We share a continuously growing COLLABORATIVE collection of resources that we can all access online anytime, anywhere, even after the course ends.\n
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    • 1. Learn and Teach in Global Communities of PracticeBarbara Lindsey, Melina Masterson, Claudio Pinna, Carsten Witt University of Connecticut LARC Social Media Workshop July 30, 2012
    • 2. Who are we? I am:a) a FLES teacherb) a middle school teacherc) a high school teacherd) a higher ed teachere) other _______________________(if E, please write in the text chat “E” followed by what youdo”)
    • 3. Overview• Introductions• Guiding framework• Learning challenges/Learning opportunities• Practical examples• Resources
    • 4. Guiding Framework Photo credit: Gees Bend quilting bee by acnatta http://www.flickr.com/photos/29218907@N00/272261169"Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly." Etienne Wenger http://www.ewenger.com/theory/
    • 5. What are some of yourcommunities of practice?
    • 6. Learning Opportunities
    • 7. Collaborative Learning
    • 8. Our Community of Practice
    • 9. Local
    • 10. Connecting Across Campuses
    • 11. Peer Learning
    • 12. Sharing Our Work
    • 13. Building On Past Work
    • 14. Engaging Across Space
    • 15. Engaging Across Time
    • 16. Communal Reflections
    • 17. Expanding Our Impact
    • 18. Lifelong Learning
    • 19. Authentic Audience
    • 20. How could—  blogs  back channels  wikis  social bookmarking enrich your communities of practice?
    • 21. gs WiB lo kis Back Channels Social Bookmarking
    • 22. Making Global Connections
    • 23. How have you used technologies to:  extend learning  support diverse learners  engage in authentic activities ?
    • 24. Global Footprints
    • 25. Addressing the 5 Cs LARC WorkshopsGlobal Ed Conference Ustream Skype
    • 26. Making It PersonalAction Research
    • 27. Melina Masterson
    • 28. Questions/Comments?
    • 29. Claudio Pinna
    • 30. Questions/Comments?
    • 31. Carsten Witt
    • 32. Questions/Comments?
    • 33. Quick Poll:I have tried out a new method, practiceor activity with my students and sharedmy results with colleaguesa) oftenb) occasionallyc) never
    • 34. Assessment
    • 35. Understanding the concept by dkuropatwa http://goo.gl/VAuPc
    • 36. Our Question For You Photo credit: Gees Bend quilting bee by acnatta http://www.flickr.com/photos/29218907@N00/272261169What one idea presented here could you use to help build and/or strengthen your communities of practice?
    • 37. Creative Commons Licensed ResourcesDiigo List of Resources:http://www.diigo.com/list/lindseybp/larc_global_communitiesPresenters:Barbara Lindsey: http://goo.gl/0E6YoMelina Masterson: http://goo.gl/TfvB8Claudio Pinna: http://goo.gl/FSsMRCarsten Witt: http://goo.gl/tLRxv
    • 38. Q &A

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