How to “convert” the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums

Talking about "How to “convert” (design, implement and evaluate) the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums":

- What are the elements of the 2.0 philosophy (i.e. all share, democratization of knowledge, p2p learning, user as a contributor, etc.) that have been adopted by educational curriculums (at national/regional, institutional and subject/class levels)?

- What are the main interferences and obstacles to improve the adoption of a “2.0ization”  model in the educational curriculums?

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How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum

Regarding the topic "How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum", could you give:

- Examples of integration of web2.0 tools in specific subjects/modules/classes curriculums.

- Examples of the uses given to the web2.0 resources in specific subjects/modules/classes curriculums (didactic tools, communication aspects, content platforms, etc.).

- Are teachers/educators skilful, competent  and ready in the integration of web2.0 in the curriculum?

How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum

Regarding the topic: "How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum":

- Who (teachers/educators, decision makers, students, parents, etc.) has to lead the introduction of web2.0 resources in the educational curriculums?

- What are the basic elements to have into account when introducing web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum?

Many thanks for your contributions!

 

How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum?

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic: “How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum?”:

We are asking you about:

- Who (teachers/educators, decision makers, students, parents, etc.) has to lead the introduction of web2.0 resources in the educational curriculums?

How to “convert” (design, implement and evaluate) the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums?:

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic "How to “convert” (design, implement and evaluate) the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums"?:

We are asking you to contribute to the next questions:

- What are the elements of the 2.0 philosophy (i.e. all share, democratization of knowledge, p2p learning, user as a contributor, etc.) that have been adopted by educational curriculums (at national/regional, institutional and subject/class levels)

How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic “How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum”, could you provide information, experiences, about the next issues?:

- How web2.0 resources are considered (in case they are) in the institutional level (school curriculum, university curriculum, high school curriculum, vocational training centre, etc.)

- Examples of integration of web2.0 tools in the formal institutional curriculums.

For all Flemish users on...

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For all Flemish users on this site: last night there was an interesting report on Flemish TV about the future of education. What do you think? Will every student work on tablets within 5 years? http://www.een.be/programmas/koppen/de-school-van-de-toekomst

For all Flemish users on...

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For all Flemish users on this site: last night there was an interesting report on Flemish TV about the future of education. What do you think? Will every student work on tablets within 5 years? http://www.een.be/programmas/koppen/de-school-van-de-toekomst

Dear all, I have begun to...

Dear all, I have begun to follow this group. I think that we can generate an interesting debate. I want to ask a question regarding of the Curriculum and the use of web 2.0 tools. Do you think that the national academic programs are taking advantage of the potential of the web 2.0 in the curricular design and its pedagogic strategies to increase the quality of teaching-learning strategies? Regards

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Invitation from the University of Edinburgh to participate in a Delphi study that wants to identify how European higher education would look if technology were to be fully embedded in support of learning, teaching and assessment!

The study is being conducted by the Brussels Education Services, along with The University of Edinburgh, the European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU), UPCNET, and the Open University UK.  

The webinar about Ed 2.0 Project

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Feel to be invited to the first Ed 2.0 Work webinar November 19th at 19:00 (CET). 

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Join webinar event at Facebook and be prepared for bright new ideas about Web 2.0!

Using Advanced Podcasting and Other Web 2.0 Multimedia in Your Curriculum

You can watch in the following link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9MdROCOalM "How do you make your online or blended classroom more engaging? This unique workshop experience reveals practical tips to making podcasting and other Web 2.0 multimedia (such as screencasting, slidecasting, and streaming video) a dominant force in your online teaching experience.

How to “convert” the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums

Talking about "How to “convert” (design, implement and evaluate) the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums":

- What are the elements of the 2.0 philosophy (i.e. all share, democratization of knowledge, p2p learning, user as a contributor, etc.) that have been adopted by educational curriculums (at national/regional, institutional and subject/class levels)?

- What are the main interferences and obstacles to improve the adoption of a “2.0ization”  model in the educational curriculums?

Many thanks for your contributions!

How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum

Regarding the topic "How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum", could you give:

- Examples of integration of web2.0 tools in specific subjects/modules/classes curriculums.

- Examples of the uses given to the web2.0 resources in specific subjects/modules/classes curriculums (didactic tools, communication aspects, content platforms, etc.).

- Are teachers/educators skilful, competent  and ready in the integration of web2.0 in the curriculum?

How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum

Regarding the topic: "How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum":

- Who (teachers/educators, decision makers, students, parents, etc.) has to lead the introduction of web2.0 resources in the educational curriculums?

- What are the basic elements to have into account when introducing web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum?

Many thanks for your contributions!

 

How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum?

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic: “How to establish criteria of excellence and quality when integrating web2.0 resources and tools in the educational curriculum?”:

We are asking you about:

- Who (teachers/educators, decision makers, students, parents, etc.) has to lead the introduction of web2.0 resources in the educational curriculums?

How to “convert” (design, implement and evaluate) the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums?:

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic "How to “convert” (design, implement and evaluate) the current educational curriculums in 2.0 curriculums"?:

We are asking you to contribute to the next questions:

- What are the elements of the 2.0 philosophy (i.e. all share, democratization of knowledge, p2p learning, user as a contributor, etc.) that have been adopted by educational curriculums (at national/regional, institutional and subject/class levels)

How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum

Dear participants:

Regarding the topic “How to integrate Web2.0 tools and resources in the educational curriculum”, could you provide information, experiences, about the next issues?:

- How web2.0 resources are considered (in case they are) in the institutional level (school curriculum, university curriculum, high school curriculum, vocational training centre, etc.)

- Examples of integration of web2.0 tools in the formal institutional curriculums.

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Interesting article to reflect on ...

Ruben Comas's picture

Here you will find the academic article written by Bawden and others http://cilipjournals.org.uk/ojs/index.php/lir/article/view/107/106 . Some questions have come to my mind after reading the paper and I would like that we all could reflect on it:

a) what is the importance and how to "integrate" web2.0 as educational content? (some exmples)

b) what is the importance and how to "integrate" web2.0 as a tool to promote learning? (some examples)

c) could you share an example of educational curriculum in where web2.0 has been integrated as learning content? and as educational tool?

 

Teachers & ICT: interesting analys done by European Schoolnet

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To what extent do teachers' profile make a difference to the use of ICT in lessons?
Is the professional development of teachers in the use of ICT promoted enough?

European Schoolnet Briefing Paper, Issue n. 1, explores these issues on the basis of the findings of the Survey of Schools: ICT in Education.

The report offers a focus on how the CPDLab project is contributing to innovating training and to changing the way teachers are successfully motivated and equipped for the classroom of the future.

You can download the first Briefing Paper here: http://www.eun.org/observatory

Does the type of ICT training teachers pursue matter?

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In its 3rd Briefing Paper European Schoolnet investigates different types and modes of training in relation to teachers' ICT use in the classroom.

http://www.eun.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=54829e9d-9568-4d8c-b0dd-801203ab66cc&groupId=43887

The paper illustrates that education stakeholders should be advised that providing and encouraging more teachers to engage in pedagogically focused training on how to effectively reach learning outcomes using ICT, is likely to be more beneficial than investing solely in equipment based training. Moreover, if the use of ICT based activities is to become a common reality in classrooms across Europe teachers will need to reach and benefit from a more sophisticated level of ICT training, preferably with a strong pedagogical orientation.

The report also stress the fact that online communities for professional exchanges between teachers on pedagogical methods represent useful tools leading to positive changes in teachers' practice.

Ed2.0 Network can partially respond to this final need: our SIG communities aim at this online exchange among  teachers and business professionals as we are convinced of the impact online communities can have on individuals.

What do you think?

 

Embedding technology at the curriculum level?

Erica Delucchi's picture

A matrix spotted on  zzwriter.com‘s excellent blog develops the idea of leveraging the full power of technology  by integrating it at curriculum-level.

INFOGRAFIC ON THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AT SCHOOL

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Europeana Creative Education Challenges

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The Europeana Creative Challenges aim to identify, incubate and spin off into the commercial sector viable online applications based on the re-use of digital cultural heritage content accessible via www.europeana.eu Europeana Creative Challenges are open to any private, public or non-profit organisation within Europe. For a successful application you need to be a legal person registered in one of the 28 EU Member states. Your application must be written and submitted in English. - See more at: http://ecreativeeducation2014.istart.org/#sthash.g7Ne4Tia.dpuf

5 different Challenge themes:

1st Challenge Event, 29 April 2014, Brussels

  • Natural History Education
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  • Tourism

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  • Design

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