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Succeeding With Web 2 Projects Presentation



Presentation to accompany my talk of the same name on Classroom 2.0 Live.

Presentation to accompany my talk of the same name on Classroom 2.0 Live.



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Succeeding With Web 2 Projects Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Succeeding with Web 2.0 Projects: A Case Study
    ByTerry Freedman
  • 2. What will be covered
    Where I’m coming from
    Starting from the end
    The E13 Learning Community
    Some background information
    Anatomy of a successful project
  • 3. Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
    team working
    independent enquiry
    reflective learning
    effective participation
    creative thinking
    NOTE: These are for secondary (high) schools!
  • 4. The Area
  • 5. The schools
  • 6. The schools
  • 7. The schools
  • 8. The schools
  • 9. The schools
  • 10. Every Child Matters
    be healthy
    stay safe
    enjoy and achieve
    make a positive contribution and
    achieve economic well-being
  • 11. Aims
    There were overall aims for the project as a whole, but each school wanted to do its own thing within that framework.
    See Projects slide or above URL.
  • 12. The Projects
  • 13. Anatomy of a successful project
  • 14. Get the key decision-makers on board
  • 15. Agree on the teaching and learning aims of the project
  • 16. Measuring success
  • 17. Getting the equipment
  • 18. The importance of the community
  • 19. Importance of project management
  • 20. Importance of having a preferred supplier
  • 21. Managing the project in school
  • 22. The importance of working within the current framework
  • 23. The importance of senior leadership
  • 24. What the kids and teachers thought
  • 25. A sense of community
  • 26. Unintended consequences
  • 27. Writing up the project
  • 28. Wordle: Benefits of Web 2.0
  • 29. Wordle: Recommendations
  • 30. Reflections
    Are there any points you’d like to discuss further or would like further clarification about?
    How would you know if you’ve achieved the aims of your project?
  • 31.
  • 32. Do you have a great Web 2.0 project going on?
    If so, why not contribute to a forthcoming ebook of project ideas?
    The 1st edition of the book has been downloaded nearly 12,000 times in the past year!
    The online form will take just a few minutes to complete.
    Others benefit from reading about your project.
    You benefit from reading about others’ ideas, and publicising your own!
    Specially extended deadline: 30 November 2009
    Interested? See next slide
  • 33. Web 2.0 project guidelines
    What works
    Submitting something!
    An interesting idea
    If the website at the URL is quite extensive, it would be really helpful if you could drill down to a specific area or even page that visitors go to as a starting point.
    A focus on what the users did, and how they benefitted, not the application.
    The URL should be one that anyone can access.
  • 34. Thank you!