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Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0
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Creating Communities of Practice (COPs) through Practical ICT and Web 2.0

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Presented last July 30, 2010 at the The 3rd Annual Conference The Philippine Association for Business Educators, (PAFBE) Inc, held in Camelot Hotel, Quezon City, …

Presented last July 30, 2010 at the The 3rd Annual Conference The Philippine Association for Business Educators, (PAFBE) Inc, held in Camelot Hotel, Quezon City, Phils.
http://apec-elearning.blogspot.com/2010/07/3rd-annual-conference-philippine.html

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  • 1. Maria Victoria Pineda Learning Innovations Center De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines E-mail: [email_address] 30 July 2010 The 3rd Annual Conference The Philippine Association for Business Educators, (PAFBE) Inc http://apec-elearning.blogspot.com/2010/07/3rd-annual-conference-philippine.html
  • 2.
    • cartoon pictures from Gary cartoon strips from Gary Larson's The Farside Gallery
  • 3.
    • We are able to solve problems
    • We may create effective and pragmatic solutions
    • We achieve the goal
    • We are able to build meaningful relationships and help our society
    • We continue to build our shared interests
  • 4.
    • 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 (2006)
  • 5.  
  • 6.
    • The Domain
    • The shared competence of the members & the commitment
    • The Community
    • The members help each other; the members share information the members engage in activities & discussions
    • The Practice
    • There is shared practice; Members are practitioners
  • 7. Problem solving Let’s brainstorm on this Science activity. I’m stuck. Requests for information Where can I find credible Tagalog news online? Seeking experiences How do I talk to parents? Have you been consulted before? How do I handle it? Coordination & synergy How do we do team teaching in religious studies? Is that possible? Discussing developments What are the updates on our new laptops? How do we go about the shared usage? Documentation projects Let’s have a way of documenting all these good projects not just for PAASCU. Visits Can you share your village activity? Can we take a look at it? Mapping knowledge & identifying gaps How do we put together all these requirements? What’s our missing link?
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • PEDAGOGY
    • You have mastery of this!
    • KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
    • You are the subject matter expert!
    • ICT & WEB TOOLS
    • You are learning & acquiring these.
    • CONTEXT
    • You are going to translate pedagogy, knowledge & skills thru technology!
  • 10.  
  • 11.
    • Youtube – to showcase student experiences; to reuse good howto videos
    • Blogs – to extend class discussions; to extend student interactions
    • Forums, e-groups & social network sites – to post announcements; to share files; & to encourage healthy dialogues and responsible online behavior among students
    • Google maps – to visually enhance geography concepts
    • Online News – to know what is happening in the world
    • Wikis – to encourage collaborative writing and research
    • Photos – to encourage artistic expression and develop digital art skills
    • Skype & yahoo messenger – to facilitate online discussions
    • Second life – to enhance remote role-playing activities
  • 12. Source: http://www.grokdotcom.com/2008/08/04/1462/ A web resource page
  • 13. Google maps
  • 14. Online News
  • 15. Online News
  • 16. Blogs as teaching tools
  • 17. Online gallery of student works
  • 18. Student projects in Youtube
  • 19. Forums for asynchronous discussions
  • 20.
    • To capture proof of data gathering (e.g. interview)
    • To capture procedures of the experiments
    • To capture board notes
    • To listen about the lessons or to produce outputs through podcasts
    • Podcasts are audio files in MP3 format that is used to hold various content like discussions, interviews, opinions or meetings.
    • Of course, PRACTICE makes PERFECT or EFFECTIVE OUTCOMES.
  • 21.
    • Don’t get immersed in the technology, context is more important!
    • Make it a rule of thumb to apply your teaching techniques and styles.
    • Discuss your methods openly to your colleagues. It encourages “ shared practice ”.
    • Encourage student participation and collaboration .
    • Institutionalize “ best practices ” and build a “ Community of Practice ”! 
  • 22.  
  • 23. Magandang Hapon sa inyong lahat  Maria Victoria Pineda Learning Innovations Center De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines E-mail: [email_address]

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