INTERACTIVE CONTENT, ONLINE AGENDA AND     PEDAGOGY   Prof. Peter DePietro  University of Cincinnati
NEW MEDIA Education is easilyavailable, democratic   and immersive
INTERNET Infinite repository ofinterconnected, digital         content
USER EXPERIENCE        =STUDENT EXPERIENCE
IDEA EXCHANGEInteractive environments for the free exchange of   ideas and knowledge
PEDAGOGYTechnology transforms the   process of education
WEB 2.0     =EDUCATION 2.0     ?
TRANSFORMINGEDUCATION WITH  NEW MEDIA:Participatory Pedagogy,Interactive Learning and         Web 2.0
CASE STUDYAnalysis of Content     in Wikis
WIKIWebsites that allow users tocreate and edit content, andcontribute to a repository of        information
QUESTION NO. 1Does the wiki provide  useful, unbiased information that is consistent with the mission of the wiki?
QUESTION NO. 2Can the user contributecontent to the wiki that  will add to the wiki’s  overall usefulness?
TYPES OF WIKIS• Informational resource wiki• Communications wiki• Arts wiki• Education wiki
EDUCATIONAL  PROCESS
FINDINGS•   Niche-focus•   Commercial use•   Inconsistent “online democracy”•   Rich and trustworthy content•   Unfiltered...
CONCLUSION In theory, wikis are      POWERFULIn practice, wikis are       FLAWED
Are WIKIS worth using?
YES
EVOLUTIONARY  PEDAGOGY
In the age of NEW MEDIA, technologies come and go.      Therefore…PEDAGOGIC CONCEPTS andTEACHING METHODOLOGIES    must com...
The SUBSTANCE of whatwe teach students should    be GREATER than inevitable obsolescence
Then…We will ENHANCE student   learning with NEW     TECHNOLOGIES
INTERACTIVE CONTENT, ONLINE AGENDA AND     PEDAGOGY   Prof. Peter DePietro  University of Cincinnati
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy
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BEA New Technologies to Enhance Student Learning - Interactive Content, Online Agenda and Pedagogy

  1. 1. INTERACTIVE CONTENT, ONLINE AGENDA AND PEDAGOGY Prof. Peter DePietro University of Cincinnati
  2. 2. NEW MEDIA Education is easilyavailable, democratic and immersive
  3. 3. INTERNET Infinite repository ofinterconnected, digital content
  4. 4. USER EXPERIENCE =STUDENT EXPERIENCE
  5. 5. IDEA EXCHANGEInteractive environments for the free exchange of ideas and knowledge
  6. 6. PEDAGOGYTechnology transforms the process of education
  7. 7. WEB 2.0 =EDUCATION 2.0 ?
  8. 8. TRANSFORMINGEDUCATION WITH NEW MEDIA:Participatory Pedagogy,Interactive Learning and Web 2.0
  9. 9. CASE STUDYAnalysis of Content in Wikis
  10. 10. WIKIWebsites that allow users tocreate and edit content, andcontribute to a repository of information
  11. 11. QUESTION NO. 1Does the wiki provide useful, unbiased information that is consistent with the mission of the wiki?
  12. 12. QUESTION NO. 2Can the user contributecontent to the wiki that will add to the wiki’s overall usefulness?
  13. 13. TYPES OF WIKIS• Informational resource wiki• Communications wiki• Arts wiki• Education wiki
  14. 14. EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
  15. 15. FINDINGS• Niche-focus• Commercial use• Inconsistent “online democracy”• Rich and trustworthy content• Unfiltered content• Agenda-focused information
  16. 16. CONCLUSION In theory, wikis are POWERFULIn practice, wikis are FLAWED
  17. 17. Are WIKIS worth using?
  18. 18. YES
  19. 19. EVOLUTIONARY PEDAGOGY
  20. 20. In the age of NEW MEDIA, technologies come and go. Therefore…PEDAGOGIC CONCEPTS andTEACHING METHODOLOGIES must come and go.
  21. 21. The SUBSTANCE of whatwe teach students should be GREATER than inevitable obsolescence
  22. 22. Then…We will ENHANCE student learning with NEW TECHNOLOGIES
  23. 23. INTERACTIVE CONTENT, ONLINE AGENDA AND PEDAGOGY Prof. Peter DePietro University of Cincinnati

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