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Webinar: Making contributions in online spaces


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This presentation accompanied a webinar run for in-house PD (Oct 2012)

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Webinar: Making contributions in online spaces

  1. 1. Making contributions in online spaces The what, the why & the howBefore we start, in which spaces are you most often online….?Share below >>
  2. 2. Haeremai. Welcome. Karakia mo te ata Haeate ata Ka hāpara te ata Appear thesunrise Ka korokī te manu Appear the dawn Ka wairori te kutu The birds are chattering Ko te atanui The beaks moving Ka horaēnā The important early Ka taki te umere morning Spreading over the Te Awatea surface of the earth The dawn chorus DaylightWaiata:
  3. 3. What brings you here today? …and what would you hope to leave with in an hour?
  4. 4. Share a reason you have contributed to a shared/public space Image: out.there.sketch - Some rights reserved by NET9
  5. 5. How did it feel – and why? Source:,designs by Dewils
  6. 6. Why we/people find it challenging•Uncertain about the technology•Fear of what people will think•Cybersecurity•Privacy•Nothing worth sharing•Not an ‘expert’•What’s missing?
  7. 7. How might our posts help others learn?See also: 7 reasons to work in blended ways License Some rights reserved by furiousgeorge81
  8. 8. What do we do now – and what’s the next step? Cognitive challenge – “help me reflect, connect and Further support; next steps; develop my thinking or apply ideas” Extend thinking; support knowledge developmentFacilitator presence –“share your view, Share information, guidance, resourceshelp me with adirection” Context; link to wider ideasSocialpresence – Welcome; encouragement“make mefeelcomfortable” Adapted from: Gilly Salmon; Garrison & Anderson
  9. 9. An example… 9/how-to-urgently-convince-your-slt-you- need-an-e-learning-coordinator
  10. 10. Further support; next steps; Extend thinking; support knowledge development Share information, guidance, resources Context; link to wider ideasWelcome; encouragement
  11. 11. Scenarios – co-constructing a response Example 1: “Kia ora ….. As a staff we have recently looked at the literacy performance of all our learners and are increasingly concerned about how our Māori and Pasifika students are performing. But, having identified the problem, we have no idea where to go next. Can anyone help or share how they have tackled the next steps? …” Example 2: “I am on an e-learning strategy team in Nelson and we are wanting to assist the school into the e-learning future. Would love to understand from why they resisted change and what helped them your colleagues who may have resisted change at first, begin to embrace the digital era? We want to present the strategy into the school in a way which all teachers will feel excited about the vision. Thanks.” Go to: Some rights reserved by Holger Zscheyge
  12. 12. De-construct our responsesWhat is helpful to theteachers?What is helpful for us?What is still achallenge – and howmight we tackle this? License Some rights reserved by janine berben
  13. 13. UsefulResources…• Blended learning resource (Te Toi Tupu): learning• Tips for posting online (VLN):• Presenting content online – Passonable blog – Chrissie Butler: Image: Some rights reserved by zimpenfish
  14. 14. Evaluate me;-)• https://docs. /core- adsheet/view form?formke y=dGF4VlprQ 24zaWcwQU h3YTFtVS1O NVE6MQ Image: Some rights reserved by s_falkow