Presentation on theme: "Fieldwork Flogging: Learning with Web 2.0 Dr Mary Pryor History of Art School of Divinity, History & Philosophy."— Presentation transcript:
Fieldwork Flogging: Learning with Web 2.0 Dr Mary Pryor History of Art School of Divinity, History & Philosophy
The challenge… Spring 2008: Explore new ways of learning & teaching with your students. Join the mobile technology initiative. Could you use free laptops for your students? Wow! How? With whom? Ah, Level 3 fieldwork course!! Class trips / reading / exhibition reviews… Autumn 2008: Perhaps you could incorporate something from the new student email system? We want them to be active: to reflect on and share their fieldwork experiences with each other and us in an ongoing log… Yes, please! Perhaps...?
From Fieldwork Log to Flog! Windows Live account with social networking site, incorporating blog facility Not just a blog – we want a reflective and interactive online Fieldwork Log using text and images Its a Flog! Student and staff entry by invitation from the site owner Through peer and staff comments and questions: ongoing formative feedback!
See it.. History of Art Mobile Technology Project Fieldwork Logs (Flogs) Via their student email social networking facilities, Level 3 History of Art students, who have each received a university laptop, have opened reflective and interactive online Fieldwork Logs (Flogs) using text and images Ongoing formative feedback is given in the form of questions and comments from their peers and staff Read it… Commen t Monets London works reveal … Pose question s Flog it… My Flog Reflect …
Whats next? Level 4: Assessed fieldwork portfolio: –Presented as an ePortfolio (in WebCT) –Incorporating elements of the Flog –Offering opportunity to cite each other in a formal piece of academic writing