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  1. Nuevas Tecnologías Educativasaplicadas a la Enseñanza del Idioma Inglés y al Desarrollo Profesional del Docente Prof. Aurelia García –2009

  2. Have you… made a comment on blog? participated in appi-ict group? worked with images? uploaded power point and moviemaker? added (blog) feeds to netvibes?

  3. Learning Objects • any digital resource, • single file such as an animation, • a video clip, • a discrete piece of text, • URL, • a collection of contextualised files, that can be used to support learning

  4. What are their pedagogical implication? • highly ‘customisable’ • flexible • fresh • fun • learner-made • indefinitely recyclable!

  5. Check on these URLs • http://www.funquizcards.com/ • http://www.zimmertwins.com/movie/create • http://www.glogster.com/ • http://www.bubbl.us/edit.php • http://www.pimpampum.net/bookr/ • http://www.pimpampum.net/bubblr/ • http://www.eclipsecrossword.com/ • http://issuu.com/ • http://www.wordle.net/

  6. What is a wiki? • It is a collaborative webpage. The idea is that more than one person be allowed to contribute to the page. • Wiki supports hyperlinks and has a simple text syntax for creating new pages and cross-links between internal pages. • It encourages democratic use of the Web and promotes cooperation and collaboration.

  7. How is it different from a blog? • not organized in chronological posts, but in pages according to the author(s)'s wish, • allows the insertion of pictures, video and embedment of learning objects, • doesn't allow comments, only authorship, • pedagogical use more restricted to writing, editing and publishing.

  8. WIKI Task • Look into a wiki to grasp the concept, http://4breakfast.pbworks.com/ http://oxfordinstitute.pbworks.com/FrontPage • Collaborate and experience it yourself, http://teachersatrisk.wetpaint.com/ • Design one for your students

  9. http://pbworks.com/ http://www.wetpaint.com/

  10. What is a WebQuest? • is an inquiry-oriented online tool for learning, • reproduces a research scheme, • involves cooperative group work, • the information required comes from WWW sites pre-selected by the teacher.

  11. What are the essential components? • Introduction, • Task, • Process, • Resources, • Evaluation, • Conclusion.

  12. Introduction • provides background information and motivational scenarios, • roles assignment: "You are an underwater research scientist" , • provides an overview of the learning goals to students.

  13. Task A formal description of what students will have accomplished by the end of the WebQuest.

  14. Process A description of the steps learners should go through in accomplishing the task, with links embedded in each step.

  15. Resources consists of a list of the resources (bookmarked Web sites, print resources, etc.) that your students will need to complete the task.

  16. Evaluation : • needs a rubric for evaluating students' work, • should be fair, clear, consistent, and specific to the tasks set, • clear goals, matching assessments to specific tasks, and involving the learners in the process of evaluation.

  17. conclusion • allows for reflection by the students and summation by the teacher, • allows discussion of possible extensions and applications of the lesson, • encourages your students to suggest ways of doing things differently to improve the lesson.

  18. WEBQUEST Task • Look into a wEBQUEST to grasp the concept, collaborate and experience it yourself, http://phpwebquest.org/newphp/webquest/soporte_tabbed_w.php?id_actividad=14716&id_pagina=1 • Design one for your students

  19. http://www.phpwebquest.org/