East Shikoku JALT:
Workshop on Web 2.0 Technologies in Education
Date: Saturday, February 2nd, 2008 Time: 10:20 AM - 4:30 PM
Speaker: Michael Vallance (Hakodate Future University), Gordon Bateson (Kanazawa University), Takahiro Ioroi (Kochi Women's University), Mark Shrosbree (Tokai University)
Today's global learning environments have benefited tremendously from the emergence of web 2.0, the revolutionary second generation of web-based platforms and services. Web 2.0 technologies such as podcasts, mobile blogs and video sharing have the potential to greatly enhance and promote interaction and the social construction of knowledge both inside and outside the classroom. In Japan, mobile technology is ubiquitous; as a result there are numerous possibilities for integrating the technology that students are already using in their personal lives into pedagogy and curriculum design. This colloquium, with its hands-on workshops, will allow participants to explore Web 2.0 technologies and their relationship with education and pedagogy, and to benefit from the practical experience of expert practitioners.
10:20 - 10:25 Opening Speech
10:30 - 12:00
(A) Takahiro Ioroi (Kochi Women's University) Workshop on Course Management Systems (beginner)
(B) Gordon Bateson (Kanazawa University) Workshop on Course Management Systems (intermediate)
12:50 - 13:50 Web 2.0 Poster Session
14:00 - 15:30
(A) Dr. Michael Vallance (Hakodate Future University) Workshop on iPods and Podcasts
(B) Mark Shrosbree (Tokai University) Workshop on Video Editing
15:40 - 16:30 Final Symposium
Venue and access details will be made available on the chapter website at eng.core.kochi-tech.ac.jp/eastshikoku
Organization: East Shikoku Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (East Shikoku JALT)
Venue: Kochi University of Technology, Science English Lab (Language Lab) and CALL Lab, K building 3F, Tosa Yamada (18 km NE of Kochi City)
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