Conference - June 11th 2010; De Montfort University
Text of SLIDES Leading and Learning Virtually
1. Learning and Leading at a Distance using web 2.0 tools for teaching and assessment to develop leaders of dispersed teams
2. Overview Initial problems Distance Staff Students Technology Principles of on line teaching Salmon model Web 2.0 tools used Wimba classroom Wiki Ning Assessment methods Evaluation
3. Students Students tutors tutors tutors Students Students Me!
4. Face to face inductions in NHS facilities
5. Graduation in Stirling
6. The glamour of travel and tourism!
8. Teething problems
9. Gilly Salmons 5 stage model of e-moderation* * Derived from Vygotsky theories about scaffolding
10. Vygotskys theory suggests students play an active role in learning. The teacher collaborates with students to facilitate meaning construction. Over the course of time, a more-skilled person adjusts the amount ofguidance to fit the students current performance & ability (Zone of Proximal Development) - scaffolding is about changing the level of support needed. http://www.learning-theories.com/vygotskys-social-learning-theory.html
11. access socialisation
12. Knowledge Construction
15. Development http://www.emoderators.com/moderators/gilly/MOD.html http://www.atimod.com/index.php
40. Survey results & Conclusion Survey Monkey free on line tool Embedded in Bb
45. What have I learned? The value of scaffolding The value of audio visual synchronous contact in the mix That there are vast resources for learning and teaching on line which can really help engage students Not to underestimate the time needed to learn how to use an on line tool Not to be put off by early problems : be prepared to adapt and revise