|In formal taught courses: nurturing community|
|A hugely challenging task task: finding and nurturing community in course members.|
|Home||Schedule | Participant Notes | Agenda | Rationale|
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Following is a sample schedule for the workshop. We have encouraged people to print this off, and stick it to their wall, enter the dates into their PDA/Calendar or whatever. Anybody wanting to run this workshop will need to carefully consider the structure for their own particular situation. Our schedule is reasonably simple – columns for conversational themes, activities and sandbox challenges.
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Copy of a possible schedule
| One week on, one week off. Ten Weeks.
| Application & practice
|Playing with your online learning environment and the web.
| 0. Onramp
|Introductions||Socialising of goals, expectations and timeline|
|1. Learning Theory||
||Learning style inventory
Find and post a quote
POSSIBLY: Who’s connected?
|Choose a caption
Just three words View a YouTube or TeacherTube video
|2. Community or not?
|Read a blog. Public/private reflection
Visit a wikispaces wiki
|Add a link
Add an image
|3. Community design.
The darkside of Community
||Visit a community?
Blog vs discussion
POSSIBLY: Find a blog and write a comment
|Embed a YouTube video
Join skype Try out skype
|4. From course outline to implementation.
Tips and Tricks
||Design an activity: wikis, blogs, YouTube.||Change a page in a wikispaces wiki|
|Analysis and Evaluation of experience.
Features. Advantages and Benefits