The use offacebook & skypeto facilitate online critsJolanda MorkelDepartment of Architectural TechnologyFaculty of Informa...
the place where architectural design learning happensThe studio is a socialenvironment that ischaracterised bycommunicatio...
creativitycriticalitycontemplationcollaborationcitizenship                                        studio          Rose, E....
learning is the relationships between peopleSmith, M. K. 2003. Communities of practice, the encyclopedia of informal educa...
self-reflective   peer to peer   student-tutor   MODE of knowledgeACTION            INTERACTION    REACTION        constru...
facebook
asynchronous
peer to peer [horizontal]interaction_collaborationInterviewer: And has it [facebook] also helped inyour interaction with f...
student-tutor [vertical]reaction_apprenticeshipDo you feel it [facebook] enhances theinteractions with your lecturer?STUDE...
what is the communication about?Utterances categories compared to Gabriel and Maher’s (1999) findings onsynchronous commun...
facebook goes synchronous
facebook...•enhances learner engagement, students’ domain•asynchronous and synchronous•supports existing relationships•fac...
skype
share images and text
conversation: prompt response
conceptualising/ argumentation
small groupinteraction
skype...•synchronous, closed to the individual/ group•used with iDroo etc.•one on one or small group•facilitates interacti...
THANK YOU  please contact me atmorkelj@cput.ac.za
The use of Facebook and skype to facilitate online crits
The use of Facebook and skype to facilitate online crits
The use of Facebook and skype to facilitate online crits
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

The use of Facebook and skype to facilitate online crits

624 views

Published on

Jolanda Morkels presentation at the first CPUT Teaching with Technology Day

Published in: Business, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

The use of Facebook and skype to facilitate online crits

  1. 1. The use offacebook & skypeto facilitate online critsJolanda MorkelDepartment of Architectural TechnologyFaculty of Informatics & DesignCape Peninsula University of Technology
  2. 2. the place where architectural design learning happensThe studio is a socialenvironment that ischaracterised bycommunication,critique andcollaboration.(Gross, 1997) STUDIO
  3. 3. creativitycriticalitycontemplationcollaborationcitizenship studio Rose, E. A., Higgins, M., Dixon, J. and Kabzamaloza, E. 2007
  4. 4. learning is the relationships between peopleSmith, M. K. 2003. Communities of practice, the encyclopedia of informal educationwww.infed.org/biblio/communities_of_practice.htm. Accessed 10 July 2011
  5. 5. self-reflective peer to peer student-tutor MODE of knowledgeACTION INTERACTION REACTION construction range of conversations: offline and online
  6. 6. facebook
  7. 7. asynchronous
  8. 8. peer to peer [horizontal]interaction_collaborationInterviewer: And has it [facebook] also helped inyour interaction with fellow students?STUDENT D2: Yes it has. No, yes definitely. Itdefinitely has.STUDENT G1: “I think a large part of it (is) ...interactivity... you can upload a project or likepost an idea and then people in our class couldin this like electronic environment give feedbackon it. “STUDENT A2: For me it feels like we are still in aclass and we are interacting, ja.STUDENT B2: It’s just a digital way. Digitalclassroom.
  9. 9. student-tutor [vertical]reaction_apprenticeshipDo you feel it [facebook] enhances theinteractions with your lecturer?STUDENTS: Yes.STUDENT G: Definitely.STUDENT C2: Yeah quick feedback that’s what Ilike, that’s where it comes in.STUDENT A2: It’s just like an open discussion,they are open to...STUDENT C2: It’s like they [the lecturers] standwith us.STUDENT C2: And I think this is actually likemaking us gain confidence in our work, becauseactually you know where you are heading to andwhat is required from you.
  10. 10. what is the communication about?Utterances categories compared to Gabriel and Maher’s (1999) findings onsynchronous communication – facebook results shown in red:design communication 42% 67%social communication 29% 7%communication control 24% 17%communication technology 5% 9%
  11. 11. facebook goes synchronous
  12. 12. facebook...•enhances learner engagement, students’ domain•asynchronous and synchronous•supports existing relationships•facilitates interaction, dialogue•supports collaboration & apprenticeship•social media, not an LMS•important role in multimodal learning approach
  13. 13. skype
  14. 14. share images and text
  15. 15. conversation: prompt response
  16. 16. conceptualising/ argumentation
  17. 17. small groupinteraction
  18. 18. skype...•synchronous, closed to the individual/ group•used with iDroo etc.•one on one or small group•facilitates interaction, dialogue•supports collaboration & apprenticeship•helps build confidence•important role in multimodal learning approach
  19. 19. THANK YOU please contact me atmorkelj@cput.ac.za

×