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Final Projects 2nd2009

Page history last edited by danilyra 14 years, 3 months ago

 

 

We've gone far, from Web2.0 to digital storytelling with stops in the world of social bookmarking, photo sharing and RSS. Now, it's time to link it all together.

 

The Wikisphere will be our space to develop, enhance and share our WebTools4Educators final project. In fact, we've been exploring the possibilities for wikis in an educational setting. However, wikis are also a wonderful tool for project development, brainstorming, as well as for a Personal Learning Environment, as Michele Martin points out on her blog post about wikis as personal spaces .

 

 

 


 

Guidelines for you Final Project

 

You'll prepare a lesson plan based on your classroom reality incorporating a web tool to it,or a learner's activity which will be held in an online space. It might be a lesson you've already taught and you think you could give a different digital perspective, or it could be a lesson you're planning to teach.

 

Think of...

learners as collaborators

learners as active participants in the learning process

a web tool or online space that triggers inquiry, critical thinking, engagement

 

Define...

 

where you are going to work on your final project. On your own wiki space, or here, our course wiki, by creating a new page?

if you want to work individually or with a group of educators

specific learning goals for your lessonplan

 

Have in mind...

 

the revised Bloom's taxonomy that adds digital approaches to it.

http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom%27s+and+ICT+tools

 

wikis4education09

 

 

 

Assessment

 

You'll receive peer and your moderator's feedback in these areas with the following criteria:

Content and Tech Integration - The project's technology use effectively supports and links with the chosen content. It affords new possibilities for learning in the 21st century. The project's uses of technology directly support for student learning. The project's use of technology is appropriate for the medium while helping students reach identified learning objectives. The choice of technology is age appropriate and supports different learning styles and abilities.

Ethical Issues - The digital resources are properly credited when it is the case.

Lesson Plan Design - The lesson plan is complete, goes into depth as appropriate. It provides opportunities for co-learning. Students explore concepts as active participants of the learning process. The task guidelines reflect the overall curricular goals, provide clear directions, and offer digital resources.

Role of the Teacher - The lesson plan enhances the role of the teacher  as a facilitator of student learning and experiences. The teacher actively explores and learns with the students.

Assessment - Lesson plan provides ways of students' reflection on their own experiences and learning.

 

Adapted from Assessing Teacher Technology Projects.

 

 

 

Structuring your Lesson Plan 

 

Here's a guideline for you to follow:

 

Title

 

Team Members (if you decide to work in group):

 

Level:

 

Time Frame:

 

Overview of Lesson Plan:

 

Learning Outcomes:

 

Technological Resources (add link to them or post them on your wiki page)/materials:

 

Procedures (tasks):

 

Assessment/Reflection:

 

Extension:

 

Samples of Lesson Plans

 

Tableau Vivant

Class Biographies

Create your Own StoryWiki

Adopting Customs

The Seven Wonders of Our Community

(Here's an example a very comprehensive lessonplan incorporating 21st century skills. It's just a sample. You're not expected to go that far)

 

Examples of Former Classes´ Past Final Projects

 

 

Getting Started

 

Create your Wiki Page in our group wiki, or use your wiki to develop your lesson plan. Add the information on the table below. Remember, you can work individually or in groups of three (maximum).

Deadline for Lesson Plan submission: November 9th, 2009

 

 

 

 

 
Team Members/Individuals Wiki URL for your Final Project Lesson Plan Title
Andre Netto http://teacherandre.pbworks.com/
My Favorite Building or Monument
Luiz Claudio  PresentPerfectWiki  The Present Perfect and the Present Perfect Continuous in our lives 
Dani Lyra  http://webtools4educators.pbworks.com/danilyra Digitally taveling the world 
Carlos Ortiz  http://ortizatctj.pbworks.com/  Every postcard tells a story 
Alberto Carvalho and Ines Saboya

http://webtools4educators.pbworks.com/f/web+tools+final+project+alberto+ines.doc

 

Carla's Feedback

Don't let yourself be cheated, fooled or ripped off...
Debbie  http://webtools4educators.pbworks.com/Comparatives-and-superlatives  Comparatives and superlatives 
Rick  chattychat.pbworks.com  Chatty Chat - Cell Phone etiquette 
Cleide Nascimento 

http://webtools4educators.pbworks.com/Rituals

 

Rituals   
Elysio Soares Wallwisher Using conditionals
Roberto Arruda  Brasilia's Wonders - Lesson Plan Fostering Online Discussion 
Lucíola Dias  The Simple Past  Biographies 
Carol Barreto   http://webtools4educators.pbworks.com/Final-Project_Carol-Barretto Routine
     
     
     
     

 

 

 

Editing PBWiki - Tutorials

http://www.screencast.com/t/WTdyANDp

http://www.screencast.com/t/M5YmSSMK5ox

 


 

Advice to keep You focused on your Final Project

 

Don't Despair!

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/deapeajay/1928521563/

 

 

Eat a wonderful, yummy dessert, talk to your friends or skype your instructor!

 

 

Keep asking, commenting,sharing, and adding value to our collective effort.

http://flickr.com/photos/oddwick/1039909856

 

 

Foresee what our celebration will be like once this stage is over with you as the creator,

producer of digital content that makes sense to your learners and to you.

http://flickr.com/photos/lynetter/179408981

 

 

Keep it legal. Use images, music that are licensed under Creative Commons.

 

 

Your Final Project instructor's screencast.

Comments (1)

Carla Arena said

at 5:27 pm on Nov 9, 2009

Wow, guys! I´m exhilarating with your final projects and will soon give you individual feedback. Congrats for the outstanding job!

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