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Introduction to Web 2.0 Tools and Cyber learning Literacy

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Emily Hall

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Transcript of Introduction to Web 2.0 Tools and Cyber learning Literacy

Introduction to Web 2.0 tools and Cyber Learning Literacy Introduction to Web 2.0 Tools Web 2.0 tools- online resources available to anyone wishing to use them, target those skills and provide students with many types of learning opportunities beyond simple information access Students can connect to share ideas, engage in inquiry, and search for additional information. Cyberlearning is the use of Web 2.0 networked computing and communications technologies to support learning Cyberlearning is transforming learning opportunities while requiring new perspectives on teaching Tony Wagner's ideas that learners need to be engaged in experiences that frame their thinking is supported by the types of collaborative Web 2.0 resources available Cyber Learning Literacy Cyberlearning literacy- the knowledge and skills needed for successful use of Web 2.0 Students learn how to seek information informally and will challenge themselves to learn about topics that might not be part of their in-class study because they find value in that type of experience With technology becoming more and more advanced, how is the practice of education being changed to keep up with these advances? Emily Hall
Frostburg State University
Fall 2012 Example: Google Drive- work with other students to create projects together How this will affect future teachers: Teachers need to develop strategies for integrating cyber learning literacy using Web 2.0 tools to provide students with learning opportunities to expand knowledge and skills and to be successful 21st century learners There have been many different kinds of programs developed within the past few years that are made to let students explore different ways to engage in a lesson Students can work in learning communities to gather more information Learning communities- collaboration among students and teachers that expands educational possibilities through electronic connectedness Instructional setting for Web 2.0 are both formal and informal Formal: organized learning experiences for which teachers are responsible

Informal: gives students opportunities to learn from experiences outside of the classroom setting Some students may lack having an internet connection at home, but making sure that they have access at school and in the media center will help those students Review: Web 2.0-online resources available to anyone wishing to use them, target those skills and provide students with many types of learning opportunities beyond simple information access Cyberlearning-is the use of Web 2.0 networked computing and communications technologies to support learning Cyberlearning Literacy- the knowledge and skills needed for successful use of Web 2.0 Sources: Smaldino, S. E., Lowther, D. L., & Russell, J. D. (2012). Connecting Learners Using Web 2.0 Tools. Instructional technology and media for learning (10th ed., pp. 127-132). Boston: Pearson. Photo Images:
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