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Talking Education 2.0/3.0: From Consumers to Intersumers
Transcript of Talking Education 2.0/3.0: From Consumers to Intersumers
and Aplications Talking CLIL &ICT Other Technologies THE WEB Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0 Talking Education 2.0/3.0
From Consumers to Intersumers Interactive board Video CLIL 2010
In Pursuit of Excellence
30 September - 2 October 2010
Eichstätt, Germany. Static webpages
No real interactivity
Dictionaries / Drills CONSUMERS Interaction
Sindication / Tags INTERSUMERS INTERSUMERS Content generation Blogs
Google Documents Videos
Posters Communication Bookmarkers
Microblogging INTERSUMERS CONSUMERS Learning principles Intercurricular approach
Support / Scaffolding
Motivation "The net result, ideally, is that you spend less time searching and sifting and more time absorbing, thinking, and participating" Jason Ohler There is no easy consensus about how to define what is meant by Web 3.0, but it is generally seen as a reference to the semantic Web. NYTimes.com http://isabelperez.com/ Nova Spivack has proposed the expanded definition of Web 3.0 that comprises several developments which are growing simultaneously:
Ubiquitous Connectivity: mobile Internet acces
The intelligent web, Semantic web technologies
Open technologies, ............... If web 2.0 could be summarised as interaction, web 3.0 must be about recommendation and personalisation. (Jemima kiss, Guardian) http://vimeo.com/channels/cities Task or Activity Digital Resources & Tools Support Consumers In terms of education - Access to more accurate and refined data
- Access to educational sites from mobiles
"students must be meaningfully engaged in learning activities" (Kearsley & Shneiderman)
occur in a group context (i.e., collaborative teams)
have an outside (authentic) focus Engagement Theory Elements of a learning design Based on Oliver (1999) and Oliver and Herrington (2001). INTERSUMERS Activities and/or Task Find Resources & Tools Plan Supports Planning Learning on the Web "within 4 years more than 90 % of the web's data will be video" Chris Anderson at TED Talks Isabel Pérez WebQuests
Webtasks and any other activities (recording podcasts, commenting in a blog, completing tables, etc.) Scaffolding activities, quizzes, lists of voc, websites or handouts with information, etc.
Digital or non digital Reference sites, dictionaries, content web pages, all kind of formats (text, video, audio, etc.) Wikis, blogs, platforms, sites to host / share docs or video and audio files, social networks, microblogs (twitter), content organizers, etc. Based on the learning design model by Oliver and Herrington