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Online Collaborative Learning 2

Scratching the Itch
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Clive Dawes

on 27 October 2015

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Transcript of Online Collaborative Learning 2

Online Collaborative Learning
Scratching the Itch in Hong Kong
New Paradigms in Teaching and Learning
Contacts
Clive Dawes - cdawes@kellettschool.com
Jane Harris - jharris@cis.edu.hk
Daniel Everest - daniele@hkycef.com
Nathan Pither - nathanp@hkycef.com
Learning Communities
with Scratch
Big Question???
How can we help young people to share, collaborate, to connect...
and learn to learn
20th Century v 21st Century
20th
Word Skills
Linear, PowerPoint Presentations
Publisher Posters with Clip Art
20th Century v 21st Century
21st
Blogging
Podcasting
Web-site creation
Digital Video
Programming
Mashing-up Content
Web 2.0
21st Century Tools
simultaneous editing
upload & embed
Kellett School
Chinese International School
Yew Chung International School
21st Century Learning Concepts
problem solving
collaboration
information & media literacy
critical thinking
innovation
communication
creativity
multitasking
What is Scratch?
Investigation Focus
Today's students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach
marc prensky
If you wanted to design an educational environment that was directly opposed to what the brain is good at doing, you would probably design something like the modern classroom
john medina - Brain Rules
Project Goals
Knowledge Building and Sharing
community
personal learning networks
literacies

How will we develop a Learning Community?
Safe, online environment
Monitored discussion areas
Personal Profile
Journal/Diary as a means of reflection
Developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dynamic Visual Programming Language
Launched in 2007
Increasingly used in schools throughout the world
Why Scratch?
the breaking down of problems
creativity
explicit learning
an authentic and open ended challenge
low entry level
Through sharing, Scratching develops...
self-esteem and confidence
a sense of accomplishment
critical and creative thinking

perseverance
problem solving
experimentation
discovery
Project Roles
The role of the project leaders
The role of the mentors
The role of the participants
The role of the parents

Important information
How to download Scratch
Student accounts on the portal and Scratch
Project Timeline
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