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Using Web 2.0 Teaching Tools for Motivating Students and Engaging Them in Creative Thinking @ The 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2012)

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  • 1. Mount Saint Mary College, Division of Mathematics and Information Technology, NY, USA Dr. Bojan Lazarevic Using Web 2.0 Teaching Tools for Motivating Students and Engaging Them in Creative Thinking Dr. Sebastian Dr. Ilker Feller YenginA*STAR, Institute of High Performance Computing , A*STAR, Institute of High Performance(SSAEducational Technology), Singapore Computing, (SSALinguistics), Singapore
  • 2. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherOnline NegotiatingTools Bubble Us Brainstorming Knowledge Voice Thread Socratic Method Type With Me Writing on Paper
  • 3. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherOnline NegotiatingTools Bubble Us Brainstorming Knowledge Voice Thread Socratic Method Type With Me Writing on Paper
  • 4. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Web 2.0 Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherTraditional Media = Static Web
  • 5. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Web 2.0 Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherMain Characteristics Web 2.0 websites allow users to do more than just retrieve information from the website Everyone is able to add to and edit the information on the Web Active participation !!!
  • 6. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Web 2.0 Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherMain Characteristics Rich user experience Metadata User participations Web standards Dynamic content Scalability
  • 7. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Web 2.0 Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherIdeas Individual production & User generated content Harnessing the power of the crowd Architecture of participation Network effect Openness
  • 8. Social Construction Individuals perspective Building Conceptual Changes Knowledge TogetherOnline NegotiatingTools Bubble Us Brainstorming Knowledge Voice Thread Socratic Method Type With Me Writing on Paper
  • 9. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating KnowledgeThe Unified Learning Model and General Rules of Learning (Shell et al., 2009).Rule 1. New Learning Requires Attention: Teaching and instruction are about getting learners to attendthingsRule 2. Learning Requires Repetition: Teaching needs to include retrieving and for skills, practiceRule 3. Learning Is About Connections: Effective teaching and instruction are about insuring that learnersare attending proper connectionsRule 4. Some Learning is Effortless; Some Requires Effort: Since school is about deliberately learningspecific information and skills, learning in school will be difficult (needs effort).Rule 5. Learning is Learning: At the level of neuron, human learning is human learning, the only differencecomes from previous experiences. What we already know impacts what we can learn next or more easily
  • 10. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating KnowledgeThe Unified Learning Model and General Rules of Learning (Shell et al., 2009).Rule 1. New Learning Requires Attention: Teaching and instruction are about getting learners to attendthingsRule 2. Learning Requires Repetition: Teaching needs to include retrieving and for skills, practiceRule 3. Learning Is About Connections: Effective teaching and instruction are about insuring that learnersare attending proper connectionsRule 4. Some Learning is Effortless; Some Requires Effort: Since school is about deliberately learningspecific information and skills, learning in school will be difficult (needs effort).Rule 5. Learning is Learning: At the level of neuron, human learning is human learning, the only differencecomes from previous experiences. What we already know impacts what we can learn next or more easily
  • 11. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating KnowledgeWhere to Use Cognitive Maps1. Managing messy or complex data for understanding and easy access (C Eden & Ackermann, 1998; Colin Eden, 2004; Colin Eden & Ackermann, 2004).2. Showing someones conceptualization of a domain (Colin Eden, 1992).3. Helping to make sense of the world (Kelly, 1992).4. Communicating ones own concepts and their relation (Johnson & Johnson, 2002).5. Visualizing argumentations during brainstorming (Shum, Li, Domingue, & Motta, 2003).
  • 12. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating KnowledgeBrainstorming & Creativity Brainstorming : A creativity technique to find a conclusion for a specific problem , usually to generate ideas by exploring many different solutions (Coffer et.al., 2003).
  • 13. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating KnowledgeBrainstorming & Creativity A CONCEPT to A DESIGN Ilker: A dog has a body A Dog s Sebastian: A dog has two legs Basic Visual Appearance Ilker: A dog has a head Sebastian: A dog has a tail
  • 14. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating KnowledgePedagogic Problems
  • 15. Bubble Us Brainstorming Cognitive Mapping Negotiating