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Presented as panelist on CALL-IS Academic session at TESOL New York April 4, 2008

Presented as panelist on CALL-IS Academic session at TESOL New York April 4, 2008

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  • Emerging Technologies and SLA – Vance Stevens CALL and SLA: Research, Applications, and Beyond TESOL 2008 New York City April 4, 2008
  • Ten aspects of paradigm shift
    • Pedagogy : Didactic --> constructivist and conversational
    • Modeling : Do as I say --> AND as I do
    • Sharing : Copyrighted --> creative commons
    • Trepidation : Will they find out? --> ok to say I don’t know
    • Literacy : Print literacy --> multiliteracies
    • Heuristics : Client server -->peer to peer
    • Transfer : Informal technology is F.U.N. --> applied to professional practice
    • Directionality : Push --> pull
    • Ownership : Proprietary --> open source
    • Classification : Taxonomies --> folksonomies
    Here, I first suggested multiple aspects of paradigm shift required http://www.homestead.com/prosites-vstevens/files/efi/papers/2007alexandria/web20arabia.htm
  • Paradigm Shift
    • Many aspects: 2 especially relevant ones
      • Construction of Knowledge
        • Algorithmic vs connectivist
      • Search and retrieval
        • Folksonomies vs taxonomies
  • Stephen Downes at WiAOC 2007
    • Teaching is
      • Modeling
      • Demonstrating
    • Learning is
      • Practice
      • Reflection
    • Personal Learning the Web 2.0 Way .
    • Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/Downes/personal-learning-the-web-20-way
    • Audio Part 1: http://streamarchives.net/node/84
    • Audio Part 2: http://streamarchives.net/node/83
  • Construction of Knowledge per Downes at WiAOC 2007
    • Expert systems
      • Shrink wrapped
      • Algorithmic / Cartesian
      • Information disseminated
    • Connectionist
      • Model of learning appropriate to ed tech
      • Total Knowledge = that which exists in network
      • Ineffable
  • Connectivism
    • Siemens
      • Proponent of the theory of connectivism
      • The “pipe” is more important than its content Siemens, G. (2005). Connectivism: Learning as network-creation. Retrieved July 3, 2007 from: http://www.learningcircuits.org/2005/nov2005/seimens.htm .
    • Essential elements
      • RSS
      • Folksonomies
        • Tagging
      • Aggregation
  • Classification: Taxonomies  Folksonomies
  • Connectivism at TESOL
    • 2000 Vancouver – Webheads appeared live at Invited Presenters’ Session
    • 2002 CALL-IS Academic Session broadcast live
    • 2003 Baltimore – Case study of CoP with remote participants; Webheads at Electronic Village Internet Fairs
    • 2004 Long Beach – PCI on CoPs with voice and webcams; classic Internet Fair
  • TESOL 2005 San Antonio
    • CALL-IS Academic Session on Future Visions of CALL with Deborah Healey, Karen Price, and Jim Duber.
    • website for the event at: http://www.homestead.com/prosites-vstevens/files/efi/papers/tesol/2005/call-is.htm .
    • The session was webcast.and the recording is available at: http:// home.learningtimes.net/learningtimes?go =774660 .
    2006 Seattle - Colloquium entitled: "CALL IS Electronic Village Online Communities“ http://colloquium07.wikispaces.com
  • Meanwhile, other conferences
    • WiAOC 2005, 2007 http://wiaoc.org demonstrate, model
      • Proceeds 2006, 2008 http://tesl-ej.org reflect and practice
    • K-12 Online 2006, 2007 http://k12onlineconference.org/
    • George Siemens 2 conferences Future of Learning, Connectivism
    • IATEFL – Manchester, Exeter
    • Educon2.0 http://educon20.wikispaces.com/
  • Communities
    • Webheads http://webheads.info
    • Wordbridges http://worldbridges.net
      • EdTechTalk http://www.edtechtalk.com
      • Teachers Teaching Teachers
    • Writingmatrix http://writingmatrix.wikispaces.com
  • Tools
    • VoiceThread
    • Ustream
    • Slideshare
    • Authorstream
    • Gabcast
    • Twitter
    • WiZiQ
    • Skype
    • Chinswing
    • Yakpack
    I added some of these tools here during session and promised to upload this presentation to http://www.slideshare.net/vances You can find it there (here?)
  • Don’t forget … Today’s handout soon to be at http:// www.slideshare.net/vances Vance Stevens, TESOL 2008 New York City