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Slides of a Presentation Delivered on 5 Feb 2010 at the MCCPSE, Instructional Forum.

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Web 2.0 Arrow to an Educator's Quiver Web 2.0 Arrow to an Educator's Quiver Presentation Transcript

  • Adding the Web 2.0 Arrow to an Educator's Quiver Paviter Singh paviter@gmail.com
  • Slides / Resources http://mccpseif.wikispaces.com/ http://paviter.wikispaces.com
  • The Real World Is a Moving Target Society is more connected and global More information is constantly being made available ONLINE The majority of jobs our students will face do not exist today
  • The Real WorldIs a Moving Target The Internet has become the platform for the expression of unparalleled creativity It is our students who are responsible for creating most of the content on the web
  • The Real World Is a Moving Target Our students are: Motivated HOW Inquiring ? Self taught In control WHY? Independent Immediate feedback Authentic
  • Early Years Survival Skills
  • Traditional 21st C Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Reading Contributing Receiving Collaborating Researching Creating
  • Wikipedia
  • Flickr
  • Slideshare
  • The Future of Education Information is changing WHERE and HOW we learn is changing
  • The Future of Education if we continue on our current path... formal education will become increasingly irrelevant
  • Quality of Learning engagement collaboration creativity authenticity openness personal expression discussion participation proactivity passionate interest access to information critical thinking adapted from presentation by Steve Hargadon
  • Our Objective consider how we can introduce a tool learned today back in school wordle
  • Passing Reference Google Apps
  • Classroom Get students to comment on a text you have selected Way to check students understanding Students can critique each other Facilitate project work through the collation of references/ resources students can use Teachers Collaborative tool when lesson planning Creation of a resource bank by topic for future reference
  • wordle
  • wordle Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
  • wordle President Obama’s Speech: State of the Union
  • http://edu.glogster.com/ Classroom Presentation tool (text, images, sound, video) Great for group / project work Repository / Virtual portfolio Applicable to a variety of subjects Appeals to diverse learners
  • http://paviter.glogster.com/web20/
  • Classroom Presentation tool and Mind mapper rolled in one Large scratch surface allows for planning / brainstorming Teach students how to sort ideas Importance Grouping Applicable in various subjects Bring in various forms of media Embed or export as video
  • Quiet Re ection can we can introduce a tool learned today back in school..... wordle
  • Risk more than others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible. (my philosophy, taken from a quote by Claude Bissell) Paviter Singh paviter@gmail.com