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La Web 2.0, su importancia en la Educación « Praxis docente

La Web 2.0, su importancia en la Educación « Praxis docente | E-Learning Methodology | Scoop.it

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sarah's curator insight, December 20, 2013 4:53 AM

resumen práctico e interesante sobre la web 0.2.

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Qmee find out what happens online in 60 seconds

Qmee find out what happens online in 60 seconds | E-Learning Methodology | Scoop.it

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This is what life today looks like :). The statistic is incredible and the distances ar

José Antônio Carlos - O Professor Pepe's curator insight, April 15, 2014 11:28 AM

A velocidade de nossos dias em um simples gráfico.

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All in just 60 seconds

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Preparing our students for Web 3.0 learning

How do we prepare out students for Web 3.0 learning? This slide show by Judy O'Connell provides us an opportunity to look back in time, from what we might refer to as Web 0 and the journey to where we are today and where we are heading. Many define Web 2.0 as the social web. Web 3.0 will be defined by data, and the ability to link data in new ways. Many excellent resources are embedded within this slide show, so find some time to pull up your chair and learn more about what the future may hold.


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Le Web 2.0 et les profs - Les Cahiers pédagogiques

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Dix-sept auteurs pour se demander comment le Web 2.0 transforme au travail enseignant : on peut déjà dire, en ce qui les concerne, qu'il leur permet (...)

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No. 8 aha moment: web 2.0 will change everything in online learning | Tony Bates - online learning and distance education resources

No. 8 aha moment: web 2.0 will change everything in online learning | Tony Bates - online learning and distance education resources | E-Learning Methodology | Scoop.it

A broad range of tools with common characteristics that are conveniently lumped together as web 2.0 will fundamentally change the design of online learning and even more significantly, the relationship between post-secondary instructor and student. … The general characteristics of web 2.0 are as follows:

- End-user control/authoring

- Collaboration and sharing

- Collective intelligence

- Low-cost/free, adaptive software

- Rich media

- Portability/mobility


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Peter B. Sloep's curator insight, March 25, 2013 12:33 PM

Tony Bates reports that he has "grown increasingly convinced that [web 2.0 tools] have the power to really revolutionize university teaching in particular". Unfortunately, he says, formal post-secondary education shows few signs of have understood this message. This is a pity, he continues, as web 2.0 tools i) can facilitate 21st century knowledge workers,  ii) lend themselves to constructivist approaches, iii) are familiar to students, iv) are more engaging for student.

 

These are the reasons most people will mention for why we should invoke web 2.0 tools. However, Tony's fifth reason is not so familiar and arguably the most powerful one. Eventually, he claims, web 2.0 tools will radically change student assessment. No more paper and pencil or computer marked assignments, but assignment via portfolios and the use of multimedia.  That of course requires us to rethink the idea of a course completely.

 

It also shows that MOOCs really are 'education as we know it' in an online mould. If Tony is right, then we may wonder if quality will prevail (that is redesign of education making full use of the affordances of web 2.0 tools) or if maximizing revenues will prevail (that is, sticking to existing models but broadcasting the content even more widely). Seen in this way, MOOCs really are web 1.0, the information web, rather than the social web that web 2.0 is. So, a step back rather than a step forward. (@pbsloep)

 

Louise Lewis's curator insight, March 26, 2013 6:30 AM
Yes, totally agree with the comments re MOOCS being web 1.0 but what if they are just another resources for a learner in a learner-centred environment?