Teaching with Web 2.0 gives us more opportunities to become creative. Not only that, it also allows you to work collaboratively with peers. In a virtual world, using Web 2.0 learning materials to enhance or facilitate learning can be the best way for educators as it is not only save the time, but it enables the sharing to reach more people in the whole world.
Preparing Web 2.0 learning material can be easy. You will just need to sit down and give it a try, or follow the YouTube tutorial available nowadays. But the tricky part is that, you also need to think about the pedagogical aspects as well. To what extent does your learning materials suit the needs and learning styles of your students? What about their age? What about their cultural stances? In designing materials - you need to be careful of these aspects.
In today's session we will discuss on the aspect of the integration of technology and ICT.
Prior to the discussion, let us do some test.
In group, answer the following questions:
Share your ideas with others.
Learning domains - CAP
What is CAP?
Discuss in class.
Lets' have a a deeper look into what ADDIE model is and how does it relate to today's topic?
The videos below explain each phase of ADDIE model:
Pedagogy in e-Learning
"effective learning arises from students engaging in thoughtful experimentation with knowledge. Understanding is developed via meaning making activities with peers and subject experts. We question the value of “transmission” modes of teaching, particularly those based on behaviourist approaches to teaching. We favour instead student-focused, constructivist approaches to the curriculum, which we would term research-based learning".
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My Students' Prezi
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