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E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz) . 2. Venture depiction . In the undertaking we researched how instructors could utilize ICT in the classroom.The primary issue is that schools that have a PC room, don't generally have educators who are prepared in utilizing the PC as a part of their lessons. Here and there understudies are taught informatics (Word, Excel), however how to make a successful us
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ICT in the Classroom A venture about the presentation of the PC for educating and learning-in auxiliary schools Conversa no dia 19 de Julho as 12.00 (no meio-dia!) The presentation additionally exists in PORTUGUESE! Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo, Moçambique Xavier Muianga Xavier.Muianga@uem.mz Kitty nook Boogert Kitty.boogert@uem.mz E-consolidate presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Project portrayal In the venture we examined how educators could utilize ICT in the classroom.The fundamental issue is that schools that have a PC room, don\'t generally have instructors who are prepared in utilizing the PC in their lessons. In some cases understudies are shown informatics (Word, Excel), however how to make a compelling utilization of the PC in the classroom - amid the way toward learning - , is an alternate question. This implies instructors need to structure their lessons in an unexpected way. They need to change their instructing methodology to a more understudy focused approach. A more adaptable arranging is fundamental, with the attention on learning as opposed to exchanging information . For schools with Internet association, the venture created WebQuests, undertakings in which understudies investigate data on the web. For schools without Internet the lessons were replicated on a Cd-Rom. E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Research Questions Central question How to utilize ICT in the classroom in a way that it adds to a more adaptable method for educating and a more dynamic method for learning? Sub-questions - How can ICT add to a more dynamic and adaptable method for learning? - How to modify the showing methodology and the lesson materials to understand along these lines of learning? - What are the essential conditions to understand this change? E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Different periods of the venture In two pilot schools we did the accompanying: Preparation: preparing of PC aptitudes for educators and understudies (Word, Internet); likewise additional preparation of outline abilities (how to make understudy focused lessons?) for instructors; Design of some web based lessons (WebQuests for Portuguese dialect and Mathematics) together with the instructors; Try-out of the lessons in pilot gatherings of understudies; Production of a site/album rom with lesson materials and a manual how to arrange WebQuests; E-blend presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Conclusion The utilization of ICT in the classroom is an intricate development Students need essential PC abilities, that can best be prepared by "doing" and not in independent lessons; Teachers require considerably all the more preparing in PC abilities, particularly in the didactical utilization of Internet; ICT based lessons require an understudy focused method for educating and a more adaptable lesson arranging; Students like a more agreeable and self-finding method for working, yet educators are not acquainted with this approach; There is an absence of material (particularly for non-English talking understudies); The school administration is not continually giving the vital support; There are numerous specialized issues (old PCs, insufficient gear, no upkeep, no Internet association and so forth). E-consolidate presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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New idea of educating - From exchanging information (instructor) to investigating new bits of knowledge (understudy); From the writing board and the book to the utilization of sight and sound From educator\'s contribution to understudies\' exercises (learning) E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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New parts and errands for understudies and educators From an instructor focused approach   - The educator is the master and the main asset of information; - The understudy tunes in, rehashes and remembers; - The utilization of the chalkboard and books; - Uniformity in arranging and association (for everyone the same) To an understudy focused method for working   - The instructor as go between or facilitator (supporting the learning procedure); - The understudy is dynamic, cooperates, increases new experiences; - The utilization of interactive media: books, TV, libraries, Internet, CD-roms; - Flexible arranging (changed in accordance with different levels and needs) E-blend presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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The structure of a dynamic learning process

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The consequence of the venture WebQuests: Internet-based lessons webquest.sdsu.edu/E-blend presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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"I hear and I overlook. I see and I recall. I do and I understand."                                           - Confucius "A WebQuest," as indicated by Bernie Dodge, the originator of the WebQuest idea, "is a request arranged movement in which most or the greater part of the data utilized by learners is drawn from the Web. WebQuests are intended to concentrate on utilizing data as opposed to on searching for it, and to bolster learners\' reasoning at the levels of investigation, union, and evaluation." WebQuests are presumably the most generally utilized Web-based exercises in today\'s classrooms. What are WebQuests? What represents their prominence? Also, how might you utilize - and make - WebQuests in your own particular classroom? Training World investigates those inquiries and that\'s only the tip of the iceberg: http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech011.shtml E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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A WebQuest is an Internet based lesson, comprising of 6 stages or building squares http://projects.edtech.sandi.net/staffdev/buildingblocks/p-index.htm http://www.internet4classrooms.com/buildingblocks.htm E-consolidate presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Create an E-blend presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Some Examples In Portuguese: - http://www.ticfaced.uem.mz Click on <portfolio> http://www.webquest.futuro.usp.br/Click on <Galeria de WebQuests> In English: http://education.nmsu.edu/webquest/examples.html http://www.collier.k12.fl.us/weblessons/network/index.htm E-consolidate presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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To discover the WebQuest you need Look at: http://webquest.org/E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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How to proceed? - Students are prepared to learn with the PC. Utilizing the Internet as an asset is vital for the time being and for their future; -Teachers will try different things with new methodologies, however they have to wind up distinctly certain with the PC and with the new standards of constructivistic learning! - The school administration ought to do everything they can to bolster this advancement; - The service of Education must encourage schools (short and long haul strategy): money related means, hardware, limit building. E-combine presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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TASK 1 to SUBMIT Create your own particular WebQuest In this assignment we offer you the chance to make your own particular WebQuest. Pick your own particular theme, the objective gathering, the level and the train. Utilize the building obstructs that are given in slides 11 and 12. 1. You can present your WebQuest (in WORD or in Frontpage) to Kboogert@uem.mz or xavier.muianga@uem.mz 2. We will give some help, if important; 3. All WebQuests that are submitted are set in Moodle: http://196.3.96.61 ( workshop Emerge). Use as login: gathering/rise E-blend presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Call for interest We might want to step up with regards to build up a database with WebQuests for Portuguese talking understudies in Mozambique, Brazil, Angola, Cabo Verde, São Tomé, Guiné-Bissau, Príncipe; Timor Leste; Portugal. Lessons can be produced for all levels of instruction; Who can help us to locate the fundamental subsidizing? On the other hand would we be able to join a current activity? Production OF A DATABASE with WebQuests in Portuguese! Synchronous talk at July 19 (Wednesday) at 12.00 twelve Contact: xavier.muianga@uem.mz E-consolidate presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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Relevant connections about the utilization of WebQuests in the classroom http://webquest.sdsu.edu/Most vital page about WebQuests, with guideline, illustrations, preparing materials http://webquest.org/WebQuest Portal for looking WebQuests in a few dialects and a configuration for making your own particular WebQuests. http://talentinternationaal.slo.nl/Go%20UK!/A WebQuest to learn English (middle level) http://www.educationworld.com/A helpful webpage about lessonplanning. http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech011.shtml About the utilization of WebQuests in the classroom http://train.rps205.com/tift2/A WebQuest about the utilization of Internet for instructors http://www.bernardsboe.com/wams/scholastics/isaacs/webquests/index.html A WebQuest about making a WebQuest http://www.spa3.k12.sc.us/WebQuestTemplate/webquesttemp.htm A layout how to outline a WebQuest E-blend presentation July 2006 Eduardo Mondlane University (Moz)

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