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Slides de apoio ao paper apresentado na 6ª Education in a Changing Environment - International Conference. University of Salford, Reino Unido. ...

Slides de apoio ao paper apresentado na 6ª Education in a Changing Environment - International Conference. University of Salford, Reino Unido.
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  • Social software, learning and education: new ways to look at and workwith the classroom
    Mónica Aresta | António Moreira | Luís Pedro
    Universityof Aveiro . Portugal
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • Web 2.0
    »» collaboration
    »» communicationand
    interaction
    »» knowledgeconstruction
    School
    »» community
    »» skillsdevelopment
    Network
    »» participation
    »» communitywork
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • Social software in Higher Educationa case study
    Web 2.0 tools most used
    the reasons
    the lecturer’s role
    Web and learning communities.
    what?
    » 20 students (MEMD)
    » Communication Technologies in Education (CTEd)
    quantitative + qualitative analysis (358 posts and comments)
    Questionnaire + online focus group
    who?
    how?
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • Social software in Higher Educationa case study
    Findings:
    an average of 17 messages per day
    more than 45% of the messages published in the group blogs were classified as “co-construction of shared perspectives and meanings”
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • Social software in Higher Educationa case study
    Findings:
    Tools
    +
    Tasks
    +
    Desire
    to share
    =
    Adoptionof social software tools
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • Social software in Higher Educationa case study
    “Were it not for him, there would be a lot of things that I wouldn’t know by now.”
    “I say this that because he knew how to use the tools, and because he talked about his own experience with the tools he induced us to use them too.”
    “We all participated, but why? Because we had to, if we wanted to achieve the final goal, we were required to.”
    “What started as a group may have ended as a learning community.”
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • Social software in Higher Educationa case study
    Social software changed education in ways that go beyond the simple adoption of tools and technology. It changed the way people
    • educators, students, researchers –
    think, share, connect and co-create knowledge, challenging the traditional model where information is transmitted and tested.
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
  • m.aresta@ua.pt |moreira@ua.pt | lpedro@ua.pt
    Twitter: maresta
    Blog: http://maresta.blogs.ua.sapo.pt
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford
    ECE 2011 . University of Salford