Diana Ayling recommended this presentation from Etienne & Beverly Wenger. The points they make are specifically referring to learning in organisations rather than distributed communities, so something I am pondering is how might the points they make be impacted (if … Continue reading →
This is a presentation that provides some suggestions around things that you can do to help foster an online community of practice.
A couple of months ago I shared a scenario of a tertiary learner and how they may use Web 2.0 and social learning as a student. This month, I would like to share the scenario of Zeenah. This is a … Continue reading →
Image by hazelowendmc via Flickr This was a Hot Seat session facilitated by Karen Melhuish, and entitled “Social learning – what is it and how does it relate to schools?” Karen opened with a quick overview of her extremely busy … Continue reading →
I have just finished working on a mindmap that tells the story of Susie and her use of Web 2.0 tools to conduct research for her assignments. The mindmap: Susie Web 2.0 Research is designed to give an idea of … Continue reading →
Experiences around piloting the ICT Enhanced Learning and Teaching model and framework revealed that practitioners were often at a loss as to what a design might ‘look’ like, and discussions tended to be esoteric and scattered. It was suggested therefore … Continue reading →
I have been working on a process model and framework, adapted from earlier examples, developed to help answer the question “Where do I start?” for teachers who are unfamiliar with adapting education resources to make effective use of ICT Enhanced … Continue reading →