A New Wave of Innovation in TeachingA New Wave of Innovation in Teaching
and Learning: web 2.0and Learning: web 2.0
Presented by:Presented by:
Dori Lal ChaudharyDori Lal Chaudhary
Assistant ProfessorAssistant Professor
IASE, Faculty of Education,IASE, Faculty of Education,
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-25Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi-25
WEB 2.0WEB 2.0
What is a web 2.0What is a web 2.0??
Why is it important?
How can it work for teachers?
Web 2.0Web 2.0
• Group of technologies which have becomeGroup of technologies which have become
deeply associated with the term :deeply associated with the term : blogs, wikis,blogs, wikis,
facebook,facebook, podcasts ,YouTube, RSS feedpodcasts ,YouTube, RSS feed etc.; which aetc.; which a
facilitate a more socially connected web wherefacilitate a more socially connected web where
everyone is able to add to and edit theeveryone is able to add to and edit the
information space.information space.
• This term was coined in 2004 by DaleThis term was coined in 2004 by Dale
Web 2.0 services/applications :Web 2.0 services/applications :
• Tagging and social bookmarkingTagging and social bookmarking
• Multimedia sharingMultimedia sharing
• Audio blogging and podcastingAudio blogging and podcasting
• RSS and syndicationRSS and syndication
• Newer Web 2.0 servicesNewer Web 2.0 services (Social(Social
Networking, Data ‘mash-ups’ etc.)Networking, Data ‘mash-ups’ etc.)
Web 2.0: Evolution Towards a Read/WriteWeb 2.0: Evolution Towards a Read/Write
Pretty much HTML pages viewed
through a browser
Web pages, plus a lot of other “content”
shared over the web, with more
interactivity; more like an application than
“Read” Mode “Write” & Contribute
“Page” Primary Unit of content “Post / record”
“static” State “dynamic”
Web browser Viewed through… Browsers, RSS Readers,
“Client Server” Architecture “Web Services”
“Web Coders” Content Created by… Everyone
“geeks” Domain of… “mass amatuerization”
Flickr is a social network for sharing photos.Flickr is a social network for sharing photos.
Blogging is the Most Recognized Example ofBlogging is the Most Recognized Example of
Web 2.0Web 2.0
Wikipedia is a Collaborative DictionaryWikipedia is a Collaborative Dictionary
Being Edited in Real time by AnyoneBeing Edited in Real time by Anyone
Web 2.0 in EducationWeb 2.0 in Education
• Learning and TeachingLearning and Teaching
• Virtual Learning EnvironmentVirtual Learning Environment
• Scholarly ResearchScholarly Research
• Academic PublishingAcademic Publishing
Benefits for StudentsBenefits for Students
Student will participate at global level.
It helps students to study with full of enjoyment.
It gives students new opportunity.
Students can learn with their peers.
Why use Web 2.0?Why use Web 2.0?
Value Content CreationValue Content Creation
• Custom search enginesCustom search engines : Collaboration: Collaboration
• Communication : CommunicationCommunication : Communication
• Web-based journals/blogsWeb-based journals/blogs : Outreach: Outreach
• Wikis : InstructionWikis : Instruction
• PodcastsPodcasts : Training: Training
• Videos and photosVideos and photos : Resource: Resource
• Library marketing : DevelopmentLibrary marketing : Development
• Patron InteractionPatron Interaction
. Web 2.0 tools allow libraries to enter into a. Web 2.0 tools allow libraries to enter into a
genuine conversation with their users.genuine conversation with their users.
. Libraries are able to seek out and receive. Libraries are able to seek out and receive
patron feedback and respond directly.patron feedback and respond directly.
• Participation in Knowledge CommunitiesParticipation in Knowledge Communities
. Web 2.0 Social networks:. Web 2.0 Social networks:
myspace.com, multiply.com,myspace.com, multiply.com,
tagged.com, facebook.com, twitter.comtagged.com, facebook.com, twitter.com
friendster.com, etc.friendster.com, etc.
Why is it important? Why use WebWhy is it important? Why use Web
Assist libraries and librarians to work withAssist libraries and librarians to work with
distant libraries or colleagues.distant libraries or colleagues.
Web 2.0 Best PracticesWeb 2.0 Best Practices
• Create technical requirementsCreate technical requirements
• Check out what others are doingCheck out what others are doing
• Ask the community for helpAsk the community for help
• Consider different types of solutionsConsider different types of solutions
Role of teacherRole of teacher
• Teachers must improve and constantly updateTeachers must improve and constantly update
their own digital skills and those of theirtheir own digital skills and those of their
• At the same time, ensure an accessible, safeAt the same time, ensure an accessible, safe
accommodating and functioning environment.accommodating and functioning environment.
• They will also have to develop their pedagogicalThey will also have to develop their pedagogical
skills to implement more collaborative andskills to implement more collaborative and
learner-centered learning strategies.learner-centered learning strategies.
• Upgrading their skills and experimenting withUpgrading their skills and experimenting with
new tools and roles.new tools and roles.
WEB 2.0WEB 2.0 in Mathematicsin Mathematics
Web 2.0 create o large no. of mathematical websitesWeb 2.0 create o large no. of mathematical websites
to adding spice to math education.to adding spice to math education.
– Arcademic skill builderArcademic skill builder
– 3 Dvinci3 Dvinci
– Calc 3DCalc 3D
– Chart GizmoChart Gizmo
so on..so on..
Demerits of “Web 2.0”Demerits of “Web 2.0”
• Social dimensionsSocial dimensions
• Privacy and securityPrivacy and security
• How will be handle the boundariesHow will be handle the boundaries
between a student’s material and that ofbetween a student’s material and that of
the institution ?the institution ?