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Web 2.0 Compass Points thinking routine
Transcript of Web 2.0 Compass Points thinking routine
uggestions moving forward
what do I find orrisome
what do i eed to know?
Using Web 2.0 to teach
1) Creating open doors outside the classroom for
2) Using technology to foster skills that encourage
higher levels of thinking
3) Preparing students to enter the workforce through
truly collaborative projects
4) Allowing for creative thought processing to
challenge and inspire both my class and myself
1) Partners Vs Promotion - use caution to avoid
authoring sites that seek to push a single way of "doing" things; be platform neutral
2) High Touch vs High Tech - "relationships" along the information highway tend to lack true connectivity as opposed to live, face to face dialogue
3) Filters vs Fountains - without proper guidelines and protocols, much of what students see on the web is accepted as "truth"
adapted from: Reeves, D. B. (2009) The Learning Leader / Three Challenges of Web 2.0.
66 (6). Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/mar09/vol66/num06/Three-Challenges-of-Web-2.0.aspx.
1) Catalog of web 2.0 tools - Best practices
2) How to assess learning and growth through the use of web 2.0 tools
3) How to transition back and forth between a sage on the stage mentality and a true faciliator of ideas
4) How to use/require use of web 2.0 tools in learning climates where technology is not as available
I love the idea of using web/mobile technologies to create interactive environments for student collaboration and growth. Although I truly want to see the totality of the potential available through such usages, I will admit that I am still bound psychologically to the traditional "stand up front and tell them what they need to know" mentality. My favorite quote (by Sir Alec Issigonis) about small groups working together (collaboration at its worst) is that the camel is a horse designed by a committee. In order to see the whole picture and grow in this area, I need to:
1) Cultivate relationships with successful users of web 2.0 technologies for help in making the transfer
2) Use the technology extensively to troubleshoot and become ready for all problems that may arise
3) Continue to research best practices
4) Seek to remain open to the vast amount of continual change ahead, knowing that all things digital are but dust in the wind
by Tod Traughber