Thursday, May 03, 2007

(W1) Introducing Web 2.0 supporting teaching and learning

(W1) Introducing Web 2.0 supporting teaching and learning
Monday 4th June 07 ... 9am to 12.30pm
This session will be a general introduction to the new "Read-Write" web, (Web 2.0), we will look at what it is, what makes a web 2.0 website different from the more traditional ones. We will also look at several examples and see how they might be used in teaching and learning.
If you have time before the workshop (but not a necessity) then have a browse around the page http://www.shambles.net/web2
Web 2.0 : Chris Smith Singapore Workshop

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9 Comments:

At 9:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, my name is Ai Phing. I will be attending 3 workshops, the use of Blogs, Web 2.0 and Podcasts for Teaching and Learning.

I teach Physics and one of my main concerns is that Blogs and Podcasts seem more geared towards the arts subjects. But I thought maybe i can adapt some ideas for physics teaching. If you could include a few science examples in your workshops, i would be very grateful!! :)

Looking forward to the workshop!

 
At 1:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I am Tuck Weng. Would just like to state that I am very keen to further tap on the vast potential ICT has to better engage our pupils in our teaching and learning, and that is basically the reason why I am attending all four workshops. Really hope to takeaway many tips and learn lots from these two days! Thank you. ;>

 
At 5:08 AM, Blogger Sarala said...

Hi, I am looking forward to attend the W1 and W3 workshops. I work in a school library and believe these courses would enhance my understanding and thus help our students.

 
At 3:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! I'll be attending your workshops on 4/6 and I look forward to being inspired on how to use web 2.0 applications and blogs for teaching and learning.

 
At 6:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My name is Jess and I work in a school library. I will be attending W1 and W3.

 
At 3:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I am Caroline. I am teaching in a primary school working with the lower primary children. I will be attending the 2 workshops on 4 Jun with my colleagues. There are some who are my mentors(senior teachers) and I take my hat off them for wanting to come to the workshops to learn. Some are very young teachers who have so much to contribute because they are so creative and IT-savvy.
Personally, I want to get myself acquainted with the internet tools that I can use to create content so that I can produce my very own(and not commercially made)teaching and learning resources.
I also have the idea of using Blogs to published my pupils' works and even shots of the class/school activities that they are involved in. It can be used as a communication channel between the school and the parents too.
Looking forward to the sessions and I really hope my brain won't burst.
;P

 
At 6:30 PM, Anonymous Junainah A Latif said...

Hi, my name's Junainah. I work in an american school library dealing with children ages 11-14. We'll be introducing podcasting next school year and I think that's going to be a hit with the kids. Looking forward to learning everything there is to it. See you at workshop!

 
At 8:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I am Anne.The children I teach are mostly not academically inclined and it is a challenge to engage them. I am a greenhorn in this area but I know that it may be a means for me to reach out to my pupils because most are IT savvy. But I am willing to learn and give blogging a try.

 
At 1:18 AM, Blogger Ong TK said...

I am Teck Kiat. Just to put comments of praise for those stuff learnt this morning. Well, get things going in delicious and protopage really made my day!

 

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