Common training curriculum for all target groups

Last modified by Miguel Alarcón on 2012/12/17 09:01

In this section we will define the common training curriculum for all target groups. Please feel free to add,remove or edit.

0.- Prerequisites

* Learning objectives

  • Main goal is to insure that motivation of teachers/trainers receiving the training is strong enough to have them reproducing/adapting/enlarging widely the scenarios to their public.

* Description of training activities

  • Practical exercises. "Learn by doing"

* Learning resources involved

  • Slides: presentation of wiki competences

* ICT applications involved:

  • Computer with Web browser and Internet connection

* Modality:

  • Depending on each partner (f2f/online/blended)

* Time involved:

  • Depending on each partner

* Contents:

  • 1. Gain of time based on their everyday actions they could do differently
  • 2. Learning by doing practically (cognitive transition) instead of learning by receiving theories
  • 3. Quite a few prerequisite, so that hey don't arrive to the face to face training without theories and practices, they  can see that it's a entire emerging culture and socioeconomical "sustainable" environment 
  • 3.1. Answer to a questionnaire to know more about their web2 practical experiences , such as this one etudes.ynternet.org (accounts in linkedin, facebook twitter, wikipedia, googledoc, social bookmarking such as diigo or del.icio.us, a PAD such as openetherpad, )
  • 3.2. Create 2 accounts (wikipedia + diigo group eCulture http://groups.diigo.com/group/e_culture/) + post it in a PAD (they can use a pseudo when creating account)
  • 3.3. Chose a video in the list here: http://wikiskills.cesga.es/xwiki/bin/view/Wiki-Skills/Wiki+related+videos. Notice : If people refuse to share content publically (not intimate information but information for common good such as manual) they are not compatible with this training yet...
  • 4.  Give them access before the start to a publication that they can read (books) and vision (video) online

1.- Basic Wiki knowledge

* Learning objectives

  • To know what a wiki is, and to get acquainted with the different wiki functionalities
  • To be introduced to different examples of wiki environments
  • To be able to edit a wiki page
  • To be introduced to the wiki culture

* Description of training activities

  • Brainstorming: evaluation what participants know about wikis
  • Lecture: presentation of wiki functionalities and examples
  • Hands-on session: create an account on Wikipedia and edit some pages
  • Guided debriefing session: the wiki culture

* Learning resources involved

  • Slides: presentation of wiki functionalities and examples
  • Examples of wiki environments

* ICT applications involved: 

  • One computer per participant
  • Projector
  • Internet connection

* Modality:

  • Depending on each partner (f2f/online/blended)

* Time involved

  • Depending on each partner

* Contents:

Florence presentation. Wikis are for:

  • Co-authoring (technical, Q&A, grant request...)
  • Meetings (Defining agenda, Recording participant names, Writing reports,)
  • Brainstorming and community of practice (Gathering and publishing of good practices, Discussions)
  • Project management (Listing tasks, Completion status)

2.- Teaching with wikis

* Learning objectives:

  • To be able to introduce students to the wiki functionalities
  • To be able to introduce students to the wiki culture;
  • To be able to introduce students to legal issues;
  • To get familiar to the teacher's role within a wiki based learning scenario;
  • To get familiar with wiki-based evaluation methodologies;
  • To get to know how and in which cases to disseminate wiki projects through social networks;
  • To become aware of the opportunities for collaboration among students from different institutions.

* Description of training activities:

  • Lecture: teaching with wikis
  • Good practices: in-depth presentation of examples of use of wikis in the classroom 
  • Good practices: example of inter-schools scenarios 
  • Good practices: examples of promotion and dissemination of wikis 
  • Discussion session

* Learning resources involved

  • Slides: teaching with wikis
  • Examples of wiki-based learning scenarios
  • Example of inter-schools scenarios 

* ICT applications involved: 

  • Projector
  • One computer per participant
  • Internet connection

* Modality:

  • Depending on each partner (f2f/online/blended)

* Time involved

  • Depending on each partner

* Contents

3.- Going beyond

* Learning objectives:

  • To be introduced to the project next steps, i.e. co-design of wiki-based scenarios and collaboration through the WikiSkills open-space

* Description of training activities:

  • Presentation of teachers' wiki projects
  • Lecture: the project's next steps
  • Discussion

* Learning resources involved

  • Slides: the project's next steps

* ICT applications involved: 

  • Projector
  • Computer 
  • Internet connection

* Modality:

  • Depending on each partner (f2f/online/blended)

* Time involved

  • Depending on each partner

* Contents

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Created by José Manuel Abuín Mosquera on 2012/10/11 12:35

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