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Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities
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Salmon model 3rd Stage of Etivities

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This presentation gives information about the third stage of Salmon Model. It also has examples of etivities of stage 3.

This presentation gives information about the third stage of Salmon Model. It also has examples of etivities of stage 3.

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  • 1. Gilly Salmon's 5-stage model of e- tivities By: Prachi Nandgaonkar 06 Shruti Nimbkar 07
  • 2. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 2SNDTWU At the end of this session you’ll be able to:- • Explain the stage 3: Information Exchange • Create e-tivities for the stage Information Exchange Objectives
  • 3. Gilly Salmon's 5-stage model of e- tivities 9/4/2013 3SNDTWU
  • 4. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 4SNDTWU • At this stage, information is exchanged and co-operative tasks can be achieved. What is Information Exchange? Participant learning requires 2 kinds of interaction: With Content With people e-moderator Other Participants
  • 5. Participant Needs; Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 5SNDTWU •Knowledge of tools for remote access to information •Knowledge of strategies for purposeful information retrieval •The moderator to provide direction through the mass of messages •Encouragement to start using the most relevant material. What is Information Exchange? Demands of help can be considerable because the participants seeking searching and selection skills may be low
  • 6. E-tivities Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 6SNDTWU What is Information Exchange? • well structured •Include regular •summaries or plenaries •‘Lurking’-Too many posts and no reply/ acknowledgement from e-moderator •E-tivities should concentrate on:  Discovering and exploring aspects of information already known by them  The information should be easily retrieved by the learners
  • 7. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 7SNDTWU What is Information Exchange? should encourage; Presenting linking of data Analysis  ideas in interesting way…. so that they will encourage information sharing E-tivities
  • 8. Spark Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 8SNDTWU E-tivities • Information in e-tivities should be short and should be there initiate action and interaction  called as spark• It should divert participants to active and interactive learning
  • 9. Learners learn how to find and exchange information productively and successfully through e-tivities Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 9SNDTWU E-tivities Number of people lurking browsing will be minimal Stage 3 will be over when; Familiarity with the technology is achieved
  • 10. Etivities….Framework based on opening, weaving, summarizing, and closing Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 10SNDTWU E-tivities Invitations…be friendly, state the purpose of the discussion, incentive, use great opening messages, encourage them to reply E-moderating skills
  • 11. Key sources of information.. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 11SNDTWU E-tivities When using electronic information keep 3 points in mind: •Indicate why a participant might want to access, read or use them –the benefit •Indicate your view/opinion on the quality and validity of the information •Workout how you can use the resource to encourage participation.
  • 12. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 12SNDTWU Enable participants to impart information to each other with clarity • Students should explore and communicate with peers about the topic online • Students work towards common objectives by cooperating with each other. •Students should practice their questioning and summarizing E-tivities
  • 13. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 13SNDTWU •Use the great thinkers from your discipline for sparks •Give topics for skill development •Evaluation •Political debates, voting on issues, role plays etc.. •Creative techniques like brainstorming •Pose intriguing questions •Invite an ‘outsider’ such as topic expert to stimulate discussion E-tivities
  • 14. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 14SNDTWU Purpose: compile a list of useful sources of information for e-moderators. Task: our aim is to build a list of our favorite sources of information on the Internet for e-moderators. Aim to find one source and post the URL in a message. Respond: pick out at least one source from another participant and comment on your view of it. Suggest how it might be used as a ‘spark’ for contribution or to promote interaction E-tivities
  • 15. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 15SNDTWU Purpose: Collect important facts related to online learning Task: Post 5 key facts about the e-learning identifying the sources of each one Respond: Respond on someone whose facts surprise you commenting on how this new information has contributed to your knowledge or perspective E-tivities
  • 16. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 16SNDTWU Purpose: To identify key concepts from a given model Task: Go through the model carefully and list the key concepts with a brief description Respond: Respond to any 2 posts of the participants who have mentioned different concepts then yours. Suggest an alternative view on any other posts which you like. E-tivities
  • 17. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 17SNDTWU Purpose: To develop a set of agreed definitions for the key terms in our course Task: Post your answers to the question “what is e- learning?”. Include any web or text references which helped you formulate your answer. Respond: Read other people’s sources and visit atleast two of the listed sources. Request additional information by asking a question. E-tivities
  • 18. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 18SNDTWU E-tivities
  • 19. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 19SNDTWU Create an E-tivity on any one of the following topics: 1. Multiple inteligences 2. Perception 3. Attention
  • 20. Stage 3: Information Exchange 9/4/2013 20SNDTWU • Etivites by Gilly Salmon • http://www.gillysalmon.com/blog.html • http://www.gillysalmon.com/five-stage- model.html Bibliography
  • 21. 9/4/2013 21SNDTWU

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