Web 2.0 at the Centre of Teaching and Learning

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The Great Web 2.0 Face-Off!
Period 1
            Team 2.0 + 1

The Collaborators

Period 2
The Collaborators     Team 2.0 + 1 Period 3
    The Collaborators     Team 2.0 + 1

Types of Learning Boosts from Technology:

  1. Learning How to Learn:
  2. Brainstorming
  3. Question building
  4. Gathering and organizing quality information
  5. Reading engagement
  6. Analysis and synthesis of information and ideas
  7. Collaborative writing and editing
  8. Collaborative visualization; Mindmapping
  9. Presenting, publishing and communicating
  10. Reflection and metacognition
  11. Collaborative knowledge building; Collaborative intelligence
  12. Other learning How to Learn Tool
    1. Motivation:
  13. Novelty
  14. Real world
  15. Relevant
  16. Experimenting and playing Problem posing and problem solving Simulations
  17. Global projects: Appreciation of other cultures
  18. Other Motivational Tools
  19. Creativity and Content Creation:
  20. Building/composing, creating using many tools and presentation venues
  21. Digital story telling; growth in oral speaking
  22. Creativity tools and innovation because of those tools
  23. Presenting, publishing and communicating
  24. Collaborative  and individual writing 
  25. Other Creativity and Content Creation Tool
  26. Efficiency:
  27. Tools that save time for individuals and groups
  28. Organizational tools that help everyone get the job done.
  29. Other Efficiency Tool
  30. Deep Understanding of Content Knowledge:
  31. Collaborative visualization; Mindmapping
  32. Multimedia experiences not possible in a non-tech world
  33. Simulations
  34. Growth in Content Knowledge: the major ideas of the various disciplines: what we know and are able to do
  35. Other Deep Understanding of Content Knowledge Tool
  36. Assessing What We Really Value:
  37. Deep understanding
  38. Learning How to Learn
  39. Critical thinking
  40. Creative thinking
  41. Habits of mind
  42. College and career ready
  43. Common Core Standards and other standards we value
  44. Formative and summative
  45. Other Assessing What We Really Value Tool
  46. Teaching Strategies, Techniques and Organization:
  47. Differentiation
  48. Presentations
  49. Going paperless
  50. Tracking and managing
  51. management systems for courses, grading
  52. Environments such as Google Apps for Education; Moodle
  53. Other Teaching Strategies, Techniques and Organization Tool

OLA SuperConference Friday, February 4, 2011.
Expert Analysts: David Loertscher and Carol Koechlin

Colour Commentator: Mark Carbone

Team Captains: Zoe Branigan-Pipe and Doug Peterson

The Players: Rick Budding, Diana Maliszewski, Roger Nevin, Colleen Rampelt

Anita Brooks Kirkland

Top Tweep: Becky Rouse

Technical Director: Diane Bédard

Team 2.0 + 1

                Doug Peterson  doug@dougpeterson.ca  (@dougpete)
                Digital Footprint:  http://bit.ly/eyAva9

Secondary Teacher-Librarian: 
                Colleen Rampelt  colleen_rampelt@wrdsb.on.ca  (@crampelt)
Elementary Teacher-Librarian: 
                Rick Budding  rick_budding@wrdsb.on.ca  (@rickbudd)
                Digital Footprint:  http://bit.ly/g7y5LG

Blue Team: The Collaborators

Captain: Zoe Branigan-Pipe  zbraniganpipe@brocku.ca
                Digital Footprint:  http://bit.ly/grYEIb

Secondary Teacher-Librarian: Roger Nevin  boysread@gmail.com
Elementary Teacher-Librarian: Diana Maliszewski   TingLeditor@gmail.com

 Thanks -  kosmar.ipernity.com - (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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