Web 2.0 for learning and teaching: the teachers’ tale.

Reid, Caroline and Chapman, Alex and Durrant, Alan (2010) Web 2.0 for learning and teaching: the teachers’ tale. In: Engaging the Digital Generation in Academic Literacy, 29th June 2010, Middlesex University, London. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This workshop is intended for colleagues who use, or are thinking of using Web 2.0 technologies in their learning and teaching. The session will briefly introduce how web 2.0 technologies, including digital videos, facebook and blogs may be utilised to facilitate communication and collaboration in learning and teaching. Consideration will be given to how learning theories such as connectivism underpin the use web 2.0 technologies and influence approaches to learning and teaching. The workshop will provide the opportunity to share experiences, concerns and opportunities for the use of Web 2.0, with a particular focus on the teacher's perspective. The workshop aims to: * Describe and briefly demonstrate the use of facebook, blogs, and digital Storytelling within two professional programmes * Discuss the educational value of web 2.0 technologies and the process and challenges of introducing and establishing such learning networks

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Other)
Research Areas:School of Science and Technology > Computer and Communications Engineering
ID Code:6235
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