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In the end I wish you happy holidays and a great summer!
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This task is voluntary! You don’t have to do this during the semester! It is just an idea what you can write about!
Video: Viddler, Teachertube
Text: scribd, issuu
You are free to chose which Theory/Headline you want to work on until no one else started work on this one. You should finde “your own” headline where you contribute the basic information. Of course you are allowed to add additional Information to all Theories and Headlines.
In the end all Theories should be complete, so you can use it in your final Exams or in other Seminars.
Here you will find our scribbles we made on the interactive Whiteboard during the last session.
Today we had a kind of Online Session within our seminar. We started with a Skype Conference and I think that worked pretty well.
My usual plan was to have the Online Session in Adobe Connect / Breeze. In Adobe Connect one have the possibility to use Textchat, Videoconferencing, Screensharing and a lot of other features. I expected Problems alreade before the Session and thats why we based our online Meeting on Skype. I hope it was an interesting experience for all of you!?
During the Online Session you were asked to watch this Video from Jay Cross about informal Learning. If you liked the video you might be interested in this one too.
Special Thank to Jonas who prepared the small zotero Workshop which didn’t work that good because of technical reasons. Jonas was so nice to put his Information into a Presentation which will be embedded below.
Sorry, there had been some issues with the form. Please send me your skypename via email or just contact me on skype.
People who already provided their Skypename:
The list is compiled from the contributions of 155 learning professionals (from both education and workplace learning) who shared their Top 10 Tools for Learning both for their own personal learning/ productivity and for creating learning solutions for others.
The Top three Tools are
You can see the whole List here.
Stephen Downes opened another List with the Ten Web 2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes to Be a More Successful E-learning Professional. Two points I really like in that list are:
If you have some spare time these two Lists will be an interesting guideline to improve your learning skills.
During the last week you collected Definitions for eLearning and rated them. Please put your Definition and the Sourceinformation to the Wiki. This should be done during our Seminar Session! (You need a account for the wiki, please create one!)
Split up into Groups
Group 1: Harbour (Picture 4,5, 13, 14)
Group 2: Sports (Picture 3, 6, 15, 16)
Group 3: Nature (Picture 1, 8, 9, 11)
Group 4: Computer (Picture 2, 7, 10, 12)
The next two Seminar Sessions will be only Project Work within your Groups. Write weekly Reports about your Groupwork from your personal perspective. Each Group gets a different Task.
All groups are asked to produce a learning unit suiteable for eLearning on the goups topic.
Each learning unit should explain the terms assigned to the Group and explain which form of Learning fits to that kind of learning.
The third week 06.05.2008 we will meet in the seminar room again and talk about your experiences, problems and the progress of your projectwork.
After the Whitsuntide-Holidays (is that the Word for Pfingstferien?) we will meet again to have about 15-20 min. presentations of the Groupwork. Group 1 & 2 on 20th of May and Group 3 & 4 on the 27th of May as you can see in the Schedule.
Our Seminar Room will be open for your Projectwork if needed. Please let me know if you’d like to use it. You will find me somewhere on the fifth floor e.g. in my Office during seminar time.