Workshop E-Learning for Integrated Watershed Management University of Dar es Salaam 12-17 July 2008 .


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Workshop E-Learning for Incorporated Watershed Administration College of Dar es Salaam 12-17 July 2008. Day 2
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Workshop E-Learning for Integrated Watershed Management University of Dar es Salaam 12-17 July 2008 Day 2 – E-learning Overview Introduction to E-learning Dr. Virginie Aimard, United Nations University

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Introduction to e-figuring out How did we touch base there? E-Learning patterns Where are we? Definition and Terminology How to isn\'t that right? E-learning instructive models Where do we go? Jumping to elearning 2.0

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E-taking in patterns From PC based preparing… CD-Rom E-learning buildup Multimedia what\'s to come? Content administration … To electronic learning Hey! I\'m the 100 $ portable workstation!!! Virtual learning conditions

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Definition of e-learning Using PC advances for learning related purposes

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WWW E Learning related purposes correspondence innovations Making associations Persons and ressources

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Definition of e-learning Using PC advances for learning related purposes So what does it mean solidly ???

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Industrial substance creation Synchronous correspondence Instructional outline Open source Online correspondence Asynchronous correspondence Access to specialists, researchers, peers Internet E-Learning stages World Wide Web Metacognition and reflexive learning Socio - Constructivist Problem tackling E-showing/e-mentoring Project based learning E-learning Technology Content get to and generation Communication and collaboration Pedagogy Organizational & social measurement

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Multimedia – vivified – intuitive On line versus disconnected (download) Video/address sort Animation Demonstration Simulation Interactive exercises: tests, simplified, and so forth. Case of e-learning materials

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E-learning condition To incorporate the materials into a Learning situation Access to assets + association and correspondence Different educational model Different modalities

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Fronter –UNU-GVU

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Global Campus 21 - InWent

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Global Campus 21-InWent

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Web Tycho – Uni Maryland

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Web Tycho – Uni Maryland

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MOODLE – MEDA-ETE

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MOODLE – MEDA-ETE

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KEWL.NextGen – Uni Western Cape

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Pedagogical Modalities for e-learning Classroom advanced Blended adapting Fully online Teacher-paced course Self-paced independent Teacher-focused Learner focused Control independence Collaborative learning Community based learning Social learning

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Blended Learning: Structure Seminar 2 Seminar 1 Introduction Self review Self review Structured infomration seek (WebQuest) Group action in an examination discussion Presentation of a gathering work in a virtual classroom Learning Process Online stages Online stages Online stages F2F session, instructor displays the course F2F session, address and gathering work Exam

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Teaching Strategies Steering Enabling (Reinmann 2005) (Baumgartner 2004)

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Materials web based Learning Management Systems Information Presentation Collaboration Communication E-Portfolios Weblogs WiKis Communities Changing Faces of E-Learning From Distribution… Transmissive Learning Expansive Learning … to Collaboration and Reflection

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Leapfrogging to eLearning 2.0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoWKkl5nA08 Three key attributes the web as a stage tackle aggregate insight client produced content

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Social Software Social Networking Keeping contacts online through web interfaces Social Calendaring Shared motivation for occasions game plans and gatherings arranging (Doodle) Social Bookmarking putting away, portraying, and sharing bookmarks ( del.icio.us ) Social Tagging Collective exertion of ordering the Web, with included social centrality ( Folksonomies )

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Social Networks: Connect Users into Communities of Trust (or premiums)

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Science Without Borders

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Wiki IWM

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Flickr interpersonal organization for sharing photographs

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You-Tube informal organization for sharing recordings

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What are Blogs? Web + Logs = Blogs Web Pages Personal journal/site Chronological postings Allow remarks from different clients Can be amassed (RSS channels) Example (google peruser)

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Web 2.0 essential qualities Online or nothing (Online & Web-based) User is the ruler (control + include esteem) The insight of the group (Social systems administration) Interactive, media rich, powerfully connected substance Open

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OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES http://www.wikieducator.org/http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/http://ocw.mit.edu http://www.oercommons.org/

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So now let yourself be motivated and…

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… your own e-adapting way !

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