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Web 2.0 a learning and teaching viewpoint

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Slides from a talk by Scott Wilson in the "Web 2.0: Behind The Hype" panel session given at the Institutional Web Management Workshop 2006 on 15 June 2006. …

Slides from a talk by Scott Wilson in the "Web 2.0: Behind The Hype" panel session given at the Institutional Web Management Workshop 2006 on 15 June 2006.

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  • 1. Web2.0 a learning and teaching viewpoint Scott Wilson, CETIS This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 licence http://www.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott/foaf.rdf
  • 2. web 2.0 >>> eLearning 2.0
    • Going personal and global
    • Symmetric relationships
    • Mashing and remixing
  • 3. Learning & Teaching in a Web 2.0 world
    • Discover opportunities to learn
    • Create and share work
    • Collect and remix
    • Collaborate with others
    • Innovate and develop technique
  • 4. Discovery and Learning and Discovery and Learning and …
    • Cyclic process
    • Sometimes the point of an episode is to shape discovery
    • For the learner, the processes of doing and choosing what to do next are closely bound together
    • Shared goals form social bonds and can enable formation of networks
  • 5. Strategies for discovery
    • Searching
    • Matching goals/interests/competencies
    • Building on previous achievements
    • Collaborative social filtering
    • Collaborative social intelligence
    • Finding a pathway to a future goal
    • Serendipity
  • 6. 2.0: Going Global with Learning Networks
    • Combining (mashups) of formal and informal learning episodes
    • Using shared goals to forge a social identity
    • Symmetry of experience in informal and formal discovery and action
    • Global community of peers
    • The Long Tail
  • 7. Aggregating opportunities
    • Formal learning
      • Prospectuses
        • XCRI - RSS for the prospectus!
    • AND Informal learning
      • 43Things
      • LiveJournal Communities
      • Flickr Groups
      • MeCanBe
  • 8. Learning networks
    • In the future, will learners already be part of a learning network before joining a course?
    • Will they have a pre-existing community of peers?
    • Inversion - can institutions be facilitators of learning networks instead of purveyors of courses?
      • tencompetence
  • 9. Creating and Sharing
    • Writing (and photographing, drawing, filming, recording…)
    • Developing a professional identity
    • Developing competence, confidence, and independence
    • Going global for feedback
  • 10. Collecting and Remixing: Pedagogy
    • Constructivism
      • attenuating and labelling a subset of the knowledge environment; re-categorising a conception of the knowledge environment into a personal schema; synthesis (dialectic)
    • Connectivism
      • Forming new connections and generating networks that extend the power of the individual; however, actionable knowledge (learning) resides in the network, not necessarily the individual
  • 11. Tagging and republishing
    • Sharing playlists
      • RSS, Atom, OPML, XSPF…
      • identity, priority, shared understanding
    • extending (globally) the power of an individual act of tagging/mixing
      • Flickr, del.icio.us, …
  • 12. Collaboration
    • Collaboration is at the heart of many pedagogic strategies
      • Collaborative knowledge construction
      • Group activity
  • 13. Collaborative Knowledge Construction
    • Wikis
    • Collaborative bookmarking and remixing
    • Conversation
  • 14. Coordination of Group Activity
    • Who?
      • Teacher-designed activity
      • Learner self-organised activity
    • Why?
      • Project-based learning
      • Collaborative research
      • Study and debating groups
      • Structured investigations
  • 15. Coordinated group activity
    • What?
      • Planning, scheduling and managing action
      • Collaborative writing (drawing, recording, filming)
      • Journaling
      • Conversation
    • How?
      • BaseCamp, TaDaList, Google Calendar, 30Boxes, iCalendar …
      • Writely, wikis …
      • Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, Wordpress …
      • Skype, AIM, MSN…
  • 16. Self-organisation
    • Learners need to be able to organize themselves
    • Define their own groups
      • VLEs are too often asymmetric - what the student can do vs. what the teacher can do
      • VLEs are too closed - groups can only be within the organisation
  • 17. Innovation
    • Learning is all about trying new things.
    • Teaching requires adapting and learning
    • The desire to innovate is genuine - but may not coincide with the technological ideas of institutions …
  • 18. Implementation
    • Self-service
      • Hosted services
      • Self-installed: the Rise of Moodle
    • Recombinant software
      • Mashups and composites
      • The new HyperCard?
    • Blurring the desktop and the web
      • desktop web service applications and widgets
      • AJAX and rich internet clients
  • 19. Technique
    • Teachers and learners develop technique in the tools they use
      • Sometimes a choice of innovation is driven by the desire to acquire or develop technique
    • Motivation for developing technique is greater for personally - owned technologies
  • 20. The Challenge
    • Students and teachers are already using web 2.0
    • Web 2.0 emphasizes personal technology connected globally
      • bypassing institutions?
  • 21. Useful links
    • My Blog
      • http://www.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott
    • TenCompetence
      • http://www.tencompetence.org
    • XCRI
      • http://www. elframework .org/projects/ xcri /
    • 43Things
      • http://www.43things.com