Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009

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Education in the 2.0 Bazaar - IADAT e-2009

  1. 1. Education in the 2.0 Bazaar IADAT-e2009 Pablo Garaizar Sagarminaga garaizar@eside.deusto.es University of Deusto
  2. 2. Outline ● Background ● Two opposing points of view ● Education 2.0: a positive experience ● Problems ● Solutions ● Conclusions
  3. 3. Background
  4. 4. Who am I?
  5. 5. Who are my students?
  6. 6. What are we using at Deusto?
  7. 7. How to improve communication and interaction? How to improve education?
  8. 8. Two opposing points of view
  9. 9. LMS vs Web 2.0
  10. 10. Institutional vs. DIY (Edupunk?)
  11. 11. Structured vs. flexible
  12. 12. Concentrated vs. distributed
  13. 13. Top-down vs. bottom-up
  14. 14. Formal vs. non-formal
  15. 15. Located vs. ubiquitous
  16. 16. Store vs. utility
  17. 17. Cathedral vs. Bazaar
  18. 18. Constructivism vs. Connectivism
  19. 19. Should I stay or should I go? The Clash, 1981
  20. 20. Let's try the Edupunk way!
  21. 21. Education 2.0: a positive experience
  22. 22. Less lectures, more collaborative work
  23. 23. Teachers: from masters to DJs
  24. 24. No textbook
  25. 25. – Beyond physical boundaries – "Why should I go back to school and – interrupt my education?"
  26. 26. – The teacher is not – the only yardstick anymore
  27. 27. – The teacher is not the only – available data source anymore
  28. 28. – Microblogging & Desktop widgets = – real-time participation
  29. 29. Problems
  30. 30. Lack of order Information dispersion > confusion
  31. 31. Digital competency: master RSS aggregation and social bookmarking services
  32. 32. Lack of control: technical and social level
  33. 33. Privacy and arbitrary limits
  34. 34. Let's play 1984 game: wink.com, spock.com, peekyou.com, pipl.com, 123people.es, yasni.com
  35. 35. Scope confusion don't even try it ;-)
  36. 36. Social networks designed for leisure (or procrastination)
  37. 37. Solutions
  38. 38. Current solution: wiki + group blogs + personal blogs + microblogging
  39. 39. Wiki (local, private): collaborative work + practice wiki-syntax + arrangement
  40. 40. Wiki activity (Spring 2008 & 2009)
  41. 41. Blog planet = group + personal blogs (virtual portfolios)
  42. 42. Twitter (public) & Yammer (private)
  43. 43. Microblogging + real-time desklet
  44. 44. Future plans
  45. 45. LMS + PLE + Web 2.0 services Content- Student- Social centred centred Structure Custom Flexibility Moodle Mahara 2.0 Widgets
  46. 46. Conclusions
  47. 47. Education 2.0 is more than just adding technology to education
  48. 48. RSS is the “lingua franca” of the web, Education 2.0 must be fluent in RSS
  49. 49. One size doesn't fit all Identify learner's main features
  50. 50. Google Wave Protocol? Testing platforms already available
  51. 51. Thank you for your attention
  52. 52. Questions?
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  55. 55. References ● Levin, J.A., "Organizing educational network interactions: Steps towards a theory of network- based learning environments", American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, 1995. ● Villa, A., "Marco Pedagógico de la Universidad de Deusto", University of Deusto, Bilbao (Spain), 2001.
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