Week 3 Housekeeping:
• Blog posts are going well- check comments for feedback.
• Still a couple having trouble opening- wh...
Agenda
•Assignment 1: Week 2 blog feedback
•Assignment 2: Week 3 marking sheet
•Group 1 tools – blogs, wikis and weebly we...
Week 3-5 marking criteria sheet
 Let‟s take a tour: http://moodle.cqu.edu.au/course/view.php?name=FAHE11001_2132
Blogs Wikis Websites
Generally static.
Cannot be added
to by students.
Usually only a
single author who
„posts‟
Students c...
http://www.fodey.com/generators/newspaper/snippet.asp
Source: http://www.voki.com/
http://www.wordle.net/
Technical hint:
Using images from websites.
• press print screen on your keyboard
• open Paint.net software on your comput...
You have already created your first blog, and are going to continue to use this Blog in your
construction of Assignment Ta...
Thinking strategies that
help scaffold learning:
• PMI- You are invited to work with a
partner to create a PMI for blogs.
...
Positive Minus Interesting
Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats
“The teacher can no longer be
regarded as the sole source of
learning, nor can students be assumed
to have the same core
k...
http://www.weebly.com/weebly/main.php
 How could these tools be used to improve the
„how‟ ie teacher pedagogy, for a history unit?
1. The lessons
2. The assess...
 Due?
 What must it include?
 Technical support?
 How do I upload?
 Where do I upload?
 How many marks is it worth?
...
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Week 3 tutorial

  1. 1. Week 3 Housekeeping: • Blog posts are going well- check comments for feedback. • Still a couple having trouble opening- where do I find the URL? • Are you checking the comments on blogs? • Name posts by week eg Week 3- Include your own name • I am going to use my blog space as a storage area. Please check • Keep blog for your CV
  2. 2. Agenda •Assignment 1: Week 2 blog feedback •Assignment 2: Week 3 marking sheet •Group 1 tools – blogs, wikis and weebly websites. •eLearning – how do we integrate ICTs into learning design?
  3. 3. Week 3-5 marking criteria sheet
  4. 4.  Let‟s take a tour: http://moodle.cqu.edu.au/course/view.php?name=FAHE11001_2132
  5. 5. Blogs Wikis Websites Generally static. Cannot be added to by students. Usually only a single author who „posts‟ Students can add comments and ideas Not chronological. Can be added to and changed in any order. Students can add comments and ideas Can have multiple authors Can have multiple authors Suit a variety of purposes and uses Can have multiple authors
  6. 6. http://www.fodey.com/generators/newspaper/snippet.asp
  7. 7. Source: http://www.voki.com/
  8. 8. http://www.wordle.net/
  9. 9. Technical hint: Using images from websites. • press print screen on your keyboard • open Paint.net software on your computer • click on edit • paste on page • select the cut out tool and drag around the image you want to copy • copy and paste into your document or webpage • or save as a particular type of file eg jpeg • work safely, legally and ethically by identifying the source of your image.
  10. 10. You have already created your first blog, and are going to continue to use this Blog in your construction of Assignment Task 2. This activity asks you to reflect on your learning about blogs. In your blog, create a new posting, and examine the potential of blogs in your teaching context. Use an analytical tool/thinking routine such as a SWOT analysis or PMI to ensure that your focus is analytical rather than merely descriptive. If you are unsure about these thinking routines/scaffolds, please return to the Learning Materials to review them. Explore the technical features - how is a blog constructed and presented? Can it be customised? What types of files can be embedded and/or linked to? Can media be used in your blog? How can you connect to others using your blog - ie interaction capacity? REflect on these features. Then think about teaching and learning in your own context, and reflect on the ways blogs can be used in your own classroom. You are invited to use both the course readings, other research and sites, and your own ideas, and to be as creative as possible when considering your teaching ideas. Be sure also to consider the way your own students will be using Blogs. Learning with technology should be learner-centred, and it is anticipated that by far your students will be most busy in the online environments, with you in the role of facilitator. If you use any research or ideas from other sites, please BE SURE to reference them. Sample text to use in a wordle
  11. 11. Thinking strategies that help scaffold learning: • PMI- You are invited to work with a partner to create a PMI for blogs. • SWOT- Next construct a SWOT analysis of digital pedagogy as you know it now.
  12. 12. Positive Minus Interesting
  13. 13. Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats
  14. 14. “The teacher can no longer be regarded as the sole source of learning, nor can students be assumed to have the same core knowledge.............. There has been a power shift such that learners are now able to be responsible for their own learning. The role of the teacher has become one of facilitator rather than expert. And learning is able to be individualised for each student.”
  15. 15. http://www.weebly.com/weebly/main.php
  16. 16.  How could these tools be used to improve the „how‟ ie teacher pedagogy, for a history unit? 1. The lessons 2. The assessment of student learning 3. The guide to making judgements
  17. 17.  Due?  What must it include?  Technical support?  How do I upload?  Where do I upload?  How many marks is it worth?  How will it be assessed by Gary?

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