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Introducing Open Classroom 2.0
 to Teachers through Immersive
            Learning
   Kairit Tammets, Priit Tammets,
     ...
Question?



How to engage teachers in opening up
   learning environment through
          Web 2.0 tools?
Project e-Jump 2.0 (1)
European Commission LLL Project: Implementing e-
  Learning 2.0 in everyday learning processes in
 ...
Project e-Jump 2.0 (2)
Partners: Central and Eastern European
 Networking Association (CEENet);
 University of Turku; Foun...
Courses

New technologies in e-learning 2.0 - led by
   Umeå University
New assessment methods - led by the
   University ...
Survey
Web-based questionnaire (response rate
  43%)
Questionnaire:
background, online learning environment,
  learning re...
Participants
120 participants from East and West
  Europe, Central Asia, the far East and
  China
63% university, 9% secon...
Course environment
Moodle - submitting assignments and
 learning tasks as links to the e-portfolio
 software Elgg

Elgg - ...
Elgg (http://www.elgg.org)
Results
Learning resources – highest positive
  feedback

Innovative aspects and approaches to
  teaching and learning

Pr...
Implications

•  Scaffolding

•  Social presence
Thank you!
      kairit@tlu.ee


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Introducing Open Classroom 2.0 to Teachers through Immersive Learning

  1. 1. Introducing Open Classroom 2.0 to Teachers through Immersive Learning Kairit Tammets, Priit Tammets, Mart Laanpere Tallinn University
  2. 2. Question? How to engage teachers in opening up learning environment through Web 2.0 tools?
  3. 3. Project e-Jump 2.0 (1) European Commission LLL Project: Implementing e- Learning 2.0 in everyday learning processes in higher and vocational education. Aim: to promote e-Learning 2.0 and raise the competence and confidence of teachers by developing three electronic training courses Co-ordinated by Estonian Information Technology Foundation (EITF)
  4. 4. Project e-Jump 2.0 (2) Partners: Central and Eastern European Networking Association (CEENet); University of Turku; Foundation for the Open University of Catalonia; University of East London; University of Tartu; Tallinn University; the University of Porto and the European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU). March 2009 – Project of the month
  5. 5. Courses New technologies in e-learning 2.0 - led by Umeå University New assessment methods - led by the University of Turku. How to Design, Implement and Evaluate an E-Learning Project - led by the Open University of Catalonia
  6. 6. Survey Web-based questionnaire (response rate 43%) Questionnaire: background, online learning environment, learning resources, assignments, assessment and feedback and pedagogical design.
  7. 7. Participants 120 participants from East and West Europe, Central Asia, the far East and China 63% university, 9% secondary school, 7% vocational school, 5% other academic network organization, 2% business 55% teachers, 13% educational technologist, 11% researchers
  8. 8. Course environment Moodle - submitting assignments and learning tasks as links to the e-portfolio software Elgg Elgg - publishing learners’ assignments and reports, also for group discussions
  9. 9. Elgg (http://www.elgg.org)
  10. 10. Results Learning resources – highest positive feedback Innovative aspects and approaches to teaching and learning Practical skills for using Web 2.0 in teaching
  11. 11. Implications •  Scaffolding •  Social presence
  12. 12. Thank you! kairit@tlu.ee portaal.e-uni.ee/ejump/

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