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Work in progress - scholarly teaching techniques in a web 2.0 workshop for educators

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2 Author(s)
Angela E. Arndt ; University of Cincinnati, USA ; Karen C. Davis

The educational technology landscape is changing with Web-based tools emerging for collaborative learning. This paper describes a technology workshop session conducted for public school teachers. The session presented Web 2.0 tools and focused on blogs to enhance classroom learning. The workshop was developed using a course blueprint and Bloom's revised taxonomy to align content, instruction, and assessments by identifying desired cognitive processes and knowledge dimensions. The workshop demonstrated how to transfer in-class instruction into Web 2.0 contexts for enhanced student engagement. The key goals of the workshop were to teach about blogs, demonstrate pedagogy potential, and engage teachers in a lesson that they could use in their classrooms.

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2009 39th IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference

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18-21 Oct. 2009