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Web 2.0 in Education
Transcript of Web 2.0 in Education
شكرا جزيلاThank You
(All references about Web 2.0 Tools in Education Series by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Amin Embi, MOHE & UKM)
http://www.goanimate.com References Generally, the findings of this Scenario Study support the needs for developing a training module, with some important recommendations:
Training should include the contemporary conceptualization of teaching and learning that includes active learning, students' engagement and integration Web 2.0.
Trainees should be given specialized coaching on how to integrate various interactive Web 2.0 tools in teaching and learning. What is the action? In term of frequency of usage of Interactive Learning tools, most respondents always use PowerPoint (87.3%).
Nearly half of them always use Facebook (51.7%) and YouTube (4.17%).
Two third or more of the respondents never use the major interactive Web 2.0 tools. Finding 3 In terms of the respondents' competencies of the interactive Learning tools, most respondents are very competent with PowerPoint (80%). Nearly half of them are very competent with Facebook (54.6%) and YouTube (47%).
In addition, nearly a third of the respondents are quite competent with Blogger (36.9%), Skype (35.5%) and Google Docs (35.1%).
Two third or more of the respondents are not competent with the major interactive Web 2.0 tools. Finding 2 In terms of the respondents' familiarity with interactive Learning tools, most respondents are very familiar with PowerPoint (92.5%), Facebook (72.5%) and YouTube (69%).
In addition, nearly half of them s are also very familiar with Google Docs (48.3%), Skype (45%), Blogger (43.1 %).
Two third or more of the respondents are not familiar with most of the major interactive Web 2.0 tools. Finding 1 In the classroom: Activate the active learning process with technology-enabled classroom, and educational programs inside this facilities
Outside the classroom: Activate the possibility of asynchronous e-learning using a learning management system, social networking and other Web 2.0 Edutools. WEB 2.0 AND CLASSROOM To show a contemporary developments and discovery experience with the latest technology in teaching and learning
To open the doors to revisit the curriculum, especially in the teaching and learning strategies OBJECTIVES Web 2.0 tools is one of the best educational technologies that led to enhance teaching and learning
Educators need to open the gate to revisit the curriculum, especially in the teaching and learning strategies
The important role of ICT in higher education for the 21st century: ICT as change agent for education 5. CONCLUSION One of the findings is about respondents’ familiarity, competencies & frequency of use of interactive learning tools based on web 2.0 applications.
Beside popular software (Office's application), more than 40 Web 2.0 applications included as below: The Study A scenario study on e-Learning and Interactive Lecture has conducted on the data collected from 1022 lecturers from 58 Malaysian IHLs, comprising 20 public ILHs, 8 private IHLs, 25 polytechnics and 5 community colleges
Commissioned by AKEPT, MOHE
To identify the Malaysian IHLs lecturers’ level of knowlegde, skills and usage of Interactive Lecture 3. WEB 2.0 SCENARIO IN MALAYSIA Using GoAnimate! Content Creation Example To present academic projects and activities:
Prezi (www.prezi.com) Example: Prezi In the classroom, learning based on the interactive discussion:
Wallwisher (www.wallwisher.com) Example: Wallwisher www.slideshare.net Some of the references as below: Some of References Web 2.0 Mindmapping & Brainstorming Tools
Spiderscribe Types of Web 2.0 Web 2.0 Content Creation Tools
Issuu Some of Web 2.0 Tools Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools
Vyew Some of Web 2.0 Tools The previous electronic material to the learner, now no longer attracts a lot of students (Y-Gen) to their direction of what-to-date techniques
The Web 2.0 technologies interactive features and flexibility that will be passed on to learning education
The students contribute to making education collaborative, complementary among themselves where everyone shared in editing and publishing Why? Selamat Datang
Bienvenido FocusIng on Malaysian Institutions of Higher Learning Prepared by:
JANUDIN BIN SARDI, PhD
Academy of Language Studies
Universiti Teknologi MARA
40450 Shah Alam Selangor
016 232 5090
firstname.lastname@example.org WEB 2.0 IN EDUCATION: ASIA VIEW Outside the classroom, learning based on the collaboration, communication and other categories of web 2.0 tools, for example: Use the system to manage learning (Learning Management System):
Use the Web 2.0 Social Networking Tools to comminicate among members:
Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Skype, Wechat, etc. (choose one media only would be better)
Use the Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools for the student’s assignment/task:
Use the Web 2.0 Assessment Tools to assess the students:
Zoho Challenge (challenge.zoho.com) Outside the classroom Web 2.0 Research Tools
Diigo Some of Web 2.0 Tools Web 2.0 Social Networking Tools
Wordpress Some of Web 2.0 Tools Thousands of Web 2.0 application can be used for educational purposes
Below shows the catagories of Web 2.0 tools: Web 2.0 Bookmarking/ Annotation Tools
Web 2.0 Mindmapping & Brainstorming Tools
Web 2.0 Content Creation Tools
Web 2.0 Research Tools
Web 2.0 Assessment Tools
Web 2.0 Publishing Tools Web 2.0 Social Networking Tools
Web 2.0 Sharing Tools
Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools
Web 2.0 Survey & Polling Tools
Web 2.0 Communication Tools
Web 2.0 Presentation Tools WEB 2.0 IN EDUCATION About Web 2.0 application in the world of education.
Web 2.0 is a term that refers to web application technologies that led to change the behavior of the Internet INTRODUCTION It’s rely on the support of communication and coorperation between Internet users to build electronic communities
The user's role can be maximized in enriching the digital content on the Internet Arabic language activities:
Preparation for short digital video To conduct group activities:
Wikispaces (www.wikispaces.com) Example: Wikispaces The finding shows, in terms of implementing e-Learning and Interactive Lecture, more than half the respondents felt that lack of time to prepare the lessons (70.7%), poor infrastructure (e.g. slow internet connection) (62.6%), lack of time (59.6%), lack of training (58.8%) and poor technical support (52%) are the main problems.
In addition, more than a third of them felt that lack of resources (45.8%), lack of knowledge (44.5%), lack of facilities (43.5%), students' preference for teacher-centered lesson (36.4%) and poor maintenance (34.8%) as other main constraints. Why? Revisit the curriculum Revisit the curriculum
Focusing on the teaching and learning strategies with latest technologies, example using “Blended Learning”
Providing Specialized Training Academic members should be given specialized coaching and training with latest technologies and facilities.
Example, using “Just-In Time Training” (provided online)