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Web Communication in School Partnerships. General parts of web correspondence ... Why do we not utilize Internet correspondence for our association? ...
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Web Communication in School Partnerships North-South School Partnerships in the structure of UNESCO – Collaborating on ESD ventures Berlin, Germany, 22 – 26 November 2009

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships How would we utilize Internet correspondence for our association? General notes on web correspondence (points of interest & burdens) Introduction of the most widely recognized web administrations & apparatuses Practical activity: Which media/web administrations/devices fit your needs?

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships General parts of web correspondence (favorable circumstances & detriments in contrast with up close and personal correspondence)

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Why do we not utilize Internet correspondence for our association? Complaints & Fears Facilities (school, web bistro, home) Technical information (equipment & programming) Communicative & social protests I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships RE: Partnership Invitation Objections & Fears Scam/Spam No social control No control of individual information Internet communciation is minor Business Offer Win 50.000 $ NOW Re: Confirm Prize won! Letter From Dr Amro Al-astal I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Aspects : Place & Distances Advantages: Daily meeting without moving is conceivable! Nonpartisan ground Disadvantages: separation = less social control/less individual deterrents.  People are more straightforward/additionally irritating I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Aspects: Time Advantage: Make it fit your time needs. Arrangements not as a matter of course required! Inconvenience: asynchrony  correspondence delay I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Aspects: Language Chat dialect lessened dialect Foreign dialect: Is the dialect the first language of one gathering?  Contents of correspondence can be lost I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships A: Hey whats up? How R U 2day? B: great and u? A: thx 4 ur mail. perused it quite recently ;- ) B: did u like the pic? A: yes haha ROFLMAO Where did u take it? B: oh no telephone. Brb A: tyt! B: oki back. Srry Btw that was lisa. She sends welcomes 2u A: thx B: she has another bf A: lol. Once more? A: better believe it ^_^ B: srry have 2go at this point. Ttyl! A: beyond any doubt! CU l8r fare thee well! I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Aspects: non individual Aspects of correspondence are missing (signal and so on.) Words & Language assume a greater part Highly reliant on observations High rate of mistaken assumptions social control missing  Consequences: digital tormenting/mobbing and so on. I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Aspects: Anonymity Advantages: Can build up contacts (e.g. bashful persons) Reduces social imbalance Disadvantages: Leads to more abuse and social rowdiness I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Aspects: Communication Behavior Can be influenced by neighborhood circumstances or by social traditions (e.g. consideration for the visit accomplice) I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Cultural Aspects: Cultures are exceptionally mind boggling, Communication is exceptionally perplexing Intercultural correspondence: to a great degree complex! case individualism versus community universalism versus particularism I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Conclusion Facilities  clear circumstances of correspondence (at school? At home?) Technical information  permit your understudies to help you, there is dependably somebody willing to give specialized help! Open & social complaints Try to diminish social obstructions (e.g. make individual climate) Create mindfulness about web correspondence drawbacks and conceivable social contrasts I General parts of web correspondence

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Internet Services & Tools Email Newsletter Chat/Messenger Video Portals Social Networks Own Websites/Forum  What fits your projectwork best?

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Email Services: MSN Yahoo Google Mail Local administrations Possibilities: Send content Send records II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Email Advantages independet of time and place little technics and specialized information required Disadvantages Asynchronity Limited document size II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Newsletter/Twitter Can rather be utilized to achieve exposures/less helpful for gathering collaboration II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Chat/Messenger Services: Skype VOIP MSN Messenger ICQ Chat Systems Possibilities: Written Chat Voice Talk Video Chat II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Chat/Messenger

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Chat/Messenger Advantages no continous upkeep required less tedious direct/individual correspondence is conceivable understudies are compelled to manage another II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Chat/Messenger Disadvantages specialized gear required: webcam, headset quick web association required II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Chat/Messenger Recommodation fabricate sets of 2 or 3 understudies give understudies time to present themselves/discuss own subject in the meantime: give a particular point to examine consider the utilization of arbitrators/go betweens (can be the educator) dissect the visit/issues with the understudies a short time later II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Video entrances Services: YouTube Myvideo Clipfish Sevenload Youku Possibilities: Watch video streamings (streak) Publish recordings Create your own particular TV Channel Interact with different individuals (remark, rate, private messages..) II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Video gateways II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Video entryways Advantages: raise consideration/achieve colossal reputations can without much of a stretch be executed/connected plausibility to gain cash (if recordings are extremely prevalent) II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Video entries Disadvantages: everybody can see less social control (remarks and so forth.) II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Networks Services: Facebook Myspace Local Social Networks: SchülerVZ (Germany) Possibilities: Various administrations and applications accessible (Private Messages, Forum, calender, occasion director, bunch administrator, dividers, visits) II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Networks II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Networks II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Networks Advantages: Meets the correspondence conduct of your understudies Combination of private premiums and venture little endeavors required in organization empowers understudies to stay in contact II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Social Networks Disadvantages: No own mark/less advantageous for outer task presentation Many potential outcomes of diversion given II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Own Website and/or Forum Services Various free programming accessible to produce own sites (no html aptitudes required) Various free discussion/load up frameworks accessible (Bulletin Boards) Possibilities: Almost everything is conceivable II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Own Website and/or Forum II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Own Website and/or Forum Advantages: You can fit everything your needs You can control all substance and contacts ideal for outside presentation & venture documentation II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Own Website and/or Forum Disadvantages: High specialized learning required Administration and maintenace is exceptionally tedious won\'t not meet the premiums & general correspondence conduct of your understudies  site can undoubtedly get ugly for understudies (particularly after the undertaking) II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Own Website and/or Forum Recommodation: Calculate cost-esteem apportion extremely well Don\'t put high endeavors in something that nobody is utilizing/viewing If understudies are willing and capable: let them take part in a dependable way II Internet Services and Tools

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Internet Communication in School Partnerships Practical level Which media & web ser

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