Week 6 Looking for online community: Discussion forums
Joined on 4 September 2008 at 20:11
StaffMember: So sorry Daryl!! I forgot the recorder again!!!
StaffMember: is on now
StaffMember: perhaps know when to share these roles
Grant Comber: Sorry Grant blog still work in progress will post via wikieducator soon
kay lewis: one way to distribute that knowledge in the teacher-driven class is to ask that student to teach someone else
kay lewis: the teacher then facilitates the student to become a teacher
Grant Comber: Yes Kay I found this works especially with the quick learners ahead of the pack
Illya: people with fixed expectation tend to get angry or frustrated when these expectations are not met
Illya: the expectations need to be dealt with
StaffMember: your blog URL Kay?
kay lewis: http://906703fockaylewis.blogspot.com/
Daryl Cook: lol kay – know how it feels!
StaffMember: NZQA = New Zealand Qualifications Authority
StaffMember: hope so
StaffMember: facilitator > teacher > moderator maybe = to tutor > lecturer > dean
StaffMember: in the higher ed context
Vida Thompson: http://www.vidafoc.blogspot.com/
Daryl Cook: i'm guilty of not responding too ;(
kay lewis: sure thanks Leigh, it's on the to do list tomorrow
Illya: I got your response today, daryl
Vida Thompson: yes
Illya: comments keep the discussion going
Grant Comber: Cultural context is also important & cannot be ignored as I learnt teaching in a Maori learning environment
Illya: no hurry!
Daryl Cook: doing that tomorrow!
Vida Thompson: yesLeigh I see what you mean
Illya: management levels
Bron Stuckey: hello people
Illya: hi Bron
Daryl Cook: hi Bron
Bron Stuckey: hi Illya
Daryl Cook: yes!
StaffMember: Step Up Program?
Bron Stuckey: what are we talking about? Sorry I am late
Daryl Cook: trying to think of facilitation in different contexts other than EDU
Bron Stuckey: k
Daryl Cook: have been though each others blogs - what we're up to
Bron Stuckey: k
StaffMember: Bron - for eg so far, Daryl suggested community focus group project facilitation
StaffMember: I suggested journalist
Bron Stuckey: lots to learn form what happens outside education
Daryl Cook: community engagement/consultation
Bron Stuckey: I worked on two large civic projects as a facilitator
kay lewis: http://www.stepupfoundation.co.nz/
StaffMember: thanks Kay - perhaps a post to your blog will articulate your thinking more?
Bron Stuckey: Listen to the City was the project in NYC
Bron Stuckey: lots to learn and it aint all happening in education
Bron Stuckey: looks ate what's happening in civics, corporate, not-for profit and other secotrs
Bron Stuckey: *sectors
Bron Stuckey: * at not ate - although it is dinner time
Bron Stuckey: bron will blog about learning outside education
Bron Stuckey: Evidence of community in an online forum - can we "see" it there in the visible public spaces?
kay lewis: and then you become a marketer to "brand" the blogs?
Bron Stuckey: clearly a community or clearly wants to be a community?
Daryl Cook: not sure I agree that you need to be "out of the picture" leigh
StaffMember: hopefully that will emerge in the comparison
Bron Stuckey: yes the comparison will surfaces LOADS of issues
Grant Comber: Issue of whether the online community the goal or side product?
Bron Stuckey: yes grant - good way to put it
Bron Stuckey: cool
Illya: it's clear now
Bron Stuckey: hav listen to other meeting
kay lewis: Thank you Leigh for your support and guidance
Bron Stuckey: yes - good series of tasks for us to get our teeth into
Grant Comber: Been thought provoking - thanx Leigh
kay lewis: yes Sir!
Daryl Cook: no problems
Vida Thompson: Thanks Leigh looking forward to finding online communities
Illya: thanx, Leigh
Vida Thompson: See you
Bron Stuckey: good night everyone
Daryl Cook: ciao everyone
Bron Stuckey: ciao4now
kay lewis: good night to all
Grant Comber: See ya
Left on 4 September 2008 at 21:04