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Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils (using Web 2.0 Tools). By Vincent Lew 4 May 2009 Dunman Secondary Midyear Seminar. Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils. What ? is being shared here. Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils. What ? Why the sharing Web 2.0 Tools - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils(using Web 2.0 Tools)By Vincent Lew

    4 May 2009Dunman Secondary Midyear Seminar

  • What ?

    is being shared here

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • What ?Why the sharingWeb 2.0 ToolsExamples

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • What ?Pros and ConsHow to setup/edit a wiki (Hands on)

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • WHY the Need ?

    ALIGNING WITH TLLM

    IT Masterplan 3 : 2015

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging PupilsTLLM : TEACH LESS LEARN MORE

    Teachers as facilitators

    pupils as active learners engaging in researching and constructing their knowledge resulting in learning more effectively.

  • Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging PupilsTLLM : TEACH LESS LEARN MORE

    LEARNING THEORIES SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVIST http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constructivism_(learning_theory)#Constructivist_theory

    PEDAGOGY IN LEARNING ENGAGING PUPILS TO ACTIVELY SEEK RELEVANT INFORMATION, PRESENT THEIR FINDINGS, RECEIVING FEEDBACK, RESULTS IN LEARNING AND INTERNALIZING KNOWLEDGE.

  • IT Masterplan 3 2015 : Four goals

    strengthen competencies for self-directed learning,tailor learning experiences according to the way that each student learns best,encourage students to go deeper and advance their learning, andenable students to learn anywhere.

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • TYPES OF ENGAGING LESSONS WHERE PUPILS ARE MOST INVOLVED

    PROJECTS PRESENTATIONS

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONSMODE OF DELIVERY (& PREPARATION)

    CONVENTIONAL APPROACH MULTISENSORY APPROACHUSING ICT WEB 2.0 TOOLS

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONSMODE OF DELIVERY (& PREPARATION)CONVENTIONAL APPROACH PEN AND PAPER DRAW CHARTS, DIAGRAMS, POSTERSPOWERPOINT PRESENTATION NOTES, CHARTS, DIAGRAMS & PICTURES

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONSMODE OF DELIVERY (& PREPARATION)MULTISENSORY APPROACHMAKE MODELS, CREATE ARTEFACTSEDUCATIONAL GAMEROLE PLAY /MINI SKITSSIMULATIONVIDEO PRESENTATIONFIELD PRESENTATION

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONSMODE OF DELIVERY (& PREPARATION)USING ICT WEB 2.0 TOOLS

    WHAT ARE WEB 2.0 TOOLS - EXAMPLESWHY ARE THEY COLLABORATIVE TOOLSHOW CAN WE USE THEM

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging PupilsWEB 2.0 TOOLS ( Handout from SYOG Workshop)

    Blogs Wikis Forums Definition Blogs in Plain English http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN2I1pWXjXI Summary Article http://www.moe.gov.sg/edumall/rd/litreview/weblogs_in_education.pdf Wikis in Plain Englishhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY Summary Article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki Classroom wikis make students the experts http://www.edutopia.org/glorified-whiteboard Summary Article http://www.blogsafety.com/help.jspa#forums Educational / SYOG uses and examples Educational uses and local school blogging projects http://etd.wikispaces.com/Communication+tools A language classroom http://www.moe.gov.sg/edumall/tl/it_integration/engaging_it_practices/3boost.htm SYOG Blog http://www.youth.sg/blog/ http://www.youth.sg/content/blogsection/14/49/ Wikis in the Classroom http://writingwiki.org/default.aspx/WritingWiki/For%20Teachers%20New%20to%20Wikis.html Bangladesh-Georgia Classroom collaboration http://flatclassroomproject.wikispaces.com/ A literature classroom http://room18tis.wikispaces.com/Literature+Circles+Welcome Strategies for using forums in the classroom http://education.qld.gov.au/learningplace/communication/forums/strategies.html SYOG Forum http://www.youth.sg/forum/ Where you can set up Edublogs http://edublogs.org (largest educational blogsite) Blogger http://www.blogger.com Wetpaint http://www.wetpaint.com Wikispaces http://www.wikispaces.com PBwiki http://pbwiki.com/ FreeForum http://www.freeforums.org/ PhpBB http://www.phpbb.com/

  • Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging PupilsWEB 2.0 TOOLS ( Handout from SYOG Workshop)

    Online Photo Sharing Online Video Sharing Social Networking Definition Online Photo Sharing in Plain English http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPU4awtuTsk&feature=channel_page YouTube http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube Social Networking in Plain English http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a_KF7TYKVc&feature=channel_page Educational / SYOG uses and examples SYOG on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/singapore2010 SYOG YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/singapore2010dotsg SYOG on Facebook Singapore 1st Youth Olympic 2010 Support Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010 Bid Singapore Youth Olympics Games 2010 SYOG on Friendster S2010 Where you can set up Flickr http://flickr.com/ Picasa http://picasa.google.com/ YouTube http://www.youtube.com Vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ Friendster http://www.friendster.com/ Ning http://www.ning.com/

  • Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging PupilsOther WEB 2.0 ToolsGoogle Apps SuiteWindows Live Suite

    Generally they have similar features and include more functions that increase productivity in online editing and sharing.

  • TYPES OF COLLABORATIVE ICT LESSONSPROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS

    WIKIS AS A PRODUCT OF PUPIL RESEARCH PROJECT

    PRESENT RESEARCH FROM LEARNING JOURNEYS AS AN ORGANIZED , INFORMATIVE WIKI

    UPLOADING CAPTURED IMAGES, VIDEOS TO ONLINE SHARING SITES FOR ARCHIVING AND LINKING TO WIKI

    USE THE WIKI DIRECTLY TO PRESENT THE RESEARCH

    IT PLAN 2015 - GOAL 2: TAILOR LEARNING EXPERIENCES ACCORDING TO THE WAY THAT EACH STUDENT LEARNS BESTCollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • TYPES OF COLLABORATIVE ICT LESSONSPROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS

    WIKIS AS A PRODUCT OF PUPIL RESEARCH PROJECT

    Mdm Fadillah's IPW wiki (Sec 3F) - excellent showcase of student project collaboration on a wikihttp://dunmanipw3f2009.wetpaint.com/

    Ms Juansa Cheng's Sec 3B (2008) English Research Project perfect example of project work cycle from issuing of instructions, gathering and submitting of work online to grading

    http://3benglish.pbworks.com/FrontPagehttp://3benglishproject.pbworks.com/FrontPage

    IT PLAN 2015 - GOAL 2 & GOAL 4TAILOR LEARNING EXPERIENCES ACCORDING TO THE WAY THAT EACH STUDENT LEARNS BESTENABLE STUDENTS TO LEARN ANYWHERECollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • TYPES OF COLLABORATIVE ICT LESSONSPROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS

    KEEPLING A BLOG AS PUPILS HOMEWORK OR PROJECT

    KEEPING A BLOG TO REFLECT ON LEARNING A PARTICULAR SUBJECT OR TOPIC INCLUDE IMAGES, VIDEOS RELEVANT TO LEARNING POINTS

    ALLOW FELLOW PUPILS TO DISCUSS, COMMENT AND FEEDBACK

    PUPIL MAY PRESENT THE BLOG IN CLASS TO SHOWCASE WHAT HE HAS LEARNT ON THE SUBJECT OR TOPIC

    IT PLAN 2015 - GOAL 2: TAILOR LEARNING EXPERIENCES ACCORDING TO THE WAY THAT EACH STUDENT LEARNS BESTCollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • TYPES OF COLLABORATIVE ICT LESSONSPROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS

    Web 2. 0 Tools : Online Photo, Video sharing etc. play supporting roles.

    For example, we can upload the images/videos we capture from our mobile phones and cameras and upload them to the sites.

    Relevant images/videos are then linked from the wiki to these online sharing sites (saves wiki online storage space)

    (Demonstration if time permits - http://dmnteach.pbworks.com/Hands-On-Session-Pages )

    IT PLAN 2015 - GOAL 2: TAILOR LEARNING EXPERIENCES ACCORDING TO THE WAY THAT EACH STUDENT LEARNS BESTCollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • TYPES OF COLLABORATIVE ICT LESSONSPROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS -TIME MATRIX

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

    PROJECTS AND PRESENTATIONSTO COMPLETE OVER A PERIOD OF TIMECOMPLETE WITHIN LESSON TIME

    PRIOR PREPARATION PROJECT WORK DONE OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURSPLANNING DONE OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS , BUT WORK PRODUCED IN CLASSON THE SPOT PREPARATIONWORK PRODUCED DURING LESSONS, OVER SEVERAL LESSONS WORK RESEARCHED AND PRODUCED WITHIN LESSON PERIOD

  • Pros and Cons of WikisAdvantages

    Paper less project work.

    Flexible multiple ways of presenting knowledge images, words, diagrams, videos.

    Pupils gain skills in online research and using ICT tools for communication and presentation.

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Pros and Cons of WikisAdvantages

    Flexibility in working together at one place or separate locations, yet collaborating

    With wireless or 3G networks allow for instantaneous communications and online project work updating

    Pupils while researching encounter similar subject material which are of higher level and more challenging prompting some of them to delve deeperCollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Pros and Cons of WikisAdvantages

    Pupils tacit and explicit knowledge of his subject can be captured concretely

    Lifelong learning is passed on indirectly through project work

    Archive of work and instant electronic portfolio for future reference in employment or for review and recall of own learning experience and knowledge.

    Other views at : http://www.ikiw.org/http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/documents/discussion_papers/Wikis_in_Schools.pdfhttp://itcboisestate.wordpress.com/2008/05/21/10-best-practices-for-using-wikis-in-education/

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Pros and Cons of WikisDisadvantages

    Pupils may copy work easily with click of mouse button, and not always easy for teacher to check on plagiarism

    Pupils are distracted by other things while surfing online

    Pupils digress in online discussions and

    internet etiquette needs to be taught and observed, to minimize cyber bullying and other abusesCollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Pros and Cons of WikisDisadvantages

    Assessment of pupil learning is not easy. No widely accepted assessment rubrics or standards . So cannot use for summative assessment in schools

    Teachers less IT savvy may find conventional methods easier and less time consuming for assessing pupil work Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Pros and Cons of BloggingAdvantages Paperless

    Pupil self reflection is often quoted as very valuable for improving thinking (metacognitive ) skills and learning

    Others opinions at :http://www.markcarey.com/elearning/blogs-for-learning.html Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Pros and Cons of BloggingDisadvantages Very often young pupils do not regulate their thinking produce meaningless reflection

    Disjointed discussion and communication

    Looking through the blogs of every pupil in the class could be time consuming, and trying to help them with comments and instructions online can be very tedious.

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • CONCLUSION

    TO DO OR NOT TO DO?

    IS THE CHOICE YOURS ?

    3 CONSIDERATIONS Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • IT Masterplan 3 2015 : Four goals

    strengthen competencies for self-directed learning,tailor learning experiences according to the way that each student learns best,encourage students to go deeper and advance their learning, andenable students to learn anywhere.

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Part of Process of Lifelong Learning for Teachers

    Seehttp://michelemartin.typepad.com/thebambooprojectblog/2007/03/blogging_for_le.html

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • Did You Know 2.0 ?

    http://shifthappens.wikispaces.com/

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMcfrLYDm2U

    Collaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

  • END OF PRESENTATIONCollaborative ICT Lessons in Engaging Pupils

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