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Transcript of e-learning_VENTESOL
email@example.com Teadira Pérez
In-service teachers enrolled in a MA in Foreign Languages Teaching and Learning registered in a b-workshop What?
Professional development/ Web based lessons/ Design of e-activities/ Collaboration/ Wikis in education Where?
School of Modern Languages, Faculty of Humanities, University of Los Andes, Mérida, Venezuela Wikis: promoting professional development in EFL teaching Challenges and Opportunities Garrison and Anderson (2005) define e-learning as an open system which potential lies on its communication and interaction features, which at the same time allow the combination of opposed elements, such as collaboration and independence inside online communities Objectives of Wiki@ctivities e-learning Wiki@ctivities Qualitative Case study 12 teachers Participants Sources of information Documents Interviews Methods online focus groups Findings E-learning strategies Cognitive /Metacognitive Social Interaction Afective/motivational Individual differences Contextual factors Social self-determination (Ryan y Deci, 2000), level and quality of previous experiences, skills, and learning styles could be affected by lack of knowledge needed for online work, lack of learning goals or by poor online study skills. results from combining opportunity/abilities to influence and direct course of events. It implies the individual capacity to achieve necessary changes (Garrison and Baynton,1987 in Moore, 2007) not only cognitive!
•Review the pedagogical to develop e-materials in EFL teaching/learning.
•Review the 5-stages Salmon model to design e-activities
•Provide a general overview of the Web 2.0 tools and their value in EFL teaching/learning
•Get started with one Web 2.0 tool: Wikis. Registering and creating wikis with EFL teaching/learning purposes. •Design e-activities in wikis
•Assess learning outcomes Colaborate Learn Integrate Participants were encouraged to: to read articles and pedagogical experiences
to watch videos and join discussions related to the application of e-activities principles in designing and implementing a wiki project in the language classroom. present, develop and argument ideas
link ideas and concepts E-course Salmon (2000) Why?
The purpose of the wiki@ctivities project was to provide in-practice teachers with a collaborative e-space to help them reflect on the principles behind the use of e-activities in web based lessons.