I am for the implementation of ICT in sound, well planned lesson plans because that's what I want the teachers who teach my kids to do. I want them to communicate, share, produce and collaborate, bu I also want them to have more traditional classes in order to become well- informed and knowledgeable. I believe I am most of the time in stages 1 and 2, but I'd like to have my students in stage 3 more often. What stops me? Well... tight schedules, slow connection just to name some of the challenges I have to face, but I know that there are great collaborative projects going on right now that are just some clicks away. I wouldn't have to do much, because they are already in progress, happening and gainning momentum as I write about them. I decided to make a list, and hopefully engage, and have my students do the same. I hope this list is useful for you too.
OnDiscussion » A collaborative story: The most scary moment of my life ...
EVO2012 participants and moderators started telling a story, and your students can help finish it
Students from different parts of the world share an image a week.
A space to learn about culture in different places.
To join the project, follow these steps:
- Make a how to video that teaches how to make/do something of value to your local culture. Examples could be how to prepare some food, Make some decoration, How to play a game or greet someone. Other ideas are ore than welcome!
- Save it in your computer, and upload it to youtube or any similar site.
- Email a post to email@example.com that includes the following
- the link to your video
- a few sentences describing your work
- your name/country
- you can include a link to your blog, wiki, or website if you'd like.