The Pedagogy That Makes the Students Act Collaboratively and Open Educational Practices

The Pedagogy That Makes the Students Act Collaboratively and Open Educational Practices

Ana Nobre (Universidade Aberta, Portugal)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1492-4.ch002

Abstract

Web 2.0 has transformed the way people interact in the internet, creating new challenges to the production and sharing of information and knowledge. This need is also felt in the educational context, as teachers have to adapt their strategies and methodologies to the digital information and communication technologies in order to take advantage of the tools of collaborative work. To stimulate discussion and fomentation of pedagogical use of DICT, the authors present in this chapter the experience of collective construction of teaching materials that involved the blog as a tool, which allows relational connectivity, hypertextuality, and interactivity between subjects of synchronous and/or asynchronous mode. The study is exploratory and documental in nature, which include the areas of studies on ICT, Web 2.0, and blog use by teachers and students.
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Web 2.0 And Education

Nowadays, the Web allows numerous possibilities to multiply exponential knowledge, since practically everything is available in the network. Franco (2011) points out that everything that is available on the Web can be considered as raw material. Therefore, it is necessary that the teacher has mastery of concepts and tools that allow him to understand how to use this potential source of knowledge, through groups of students, according to interests and needs.

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