*Survey Results*


Broader Learning Goal:

  • Understanding a learning community
  • Understanding the power of open source and Web 2.0 tools
  • Understand how Web 2.0 tools and open source can be used to facilitate or enhance a learning community.

Essential Questions Addressed by Activity: (no more than 3)
  • What are communities?
  • How do you form an effective learning community?

Learning activity: to be completed by March 13, 2009
Learners will be asked to develop a short 1 minute video introducing themselves to the rest of the cadre. The video needs to be produced using a web 2.0 or open source tool (see list below of possible tools to use), could be a combination of video or still images, and needs to be posted onto the Cadre 11 wiki so that all other cadre members are able to view and react to one another's videos before attendance at Virt Camp. If you don't create your video with an online tool like Voicethread or Animoto, you will need to upload it to Youtube or TeacherTube so that you can easily embed the video on the wiki page. The video should address the following aspects but are not limited to these:

Introduce yourself
Family?
Pets?
Profession?
What do we need to know about you?
Why OMET?
What do you hope to gain from OMET?
What are you worried about regarding OMET?

Suggested Programs to use to complete activity:

ALL VIDEOS MUST BE POSTED BY FRIDAY, March 13, 2009

Click the link to post or embed your video.
Cadre 11 Videos:




Things to think about when completing activity (these questions will be addressed in a reflective survey at end of activity)
What did you enjoy most about this activity?

What challenges did you encounter completing this activity?

Did the activity lead to the learning goal: Understanding a learning community?

Did the acitivity lead to the learning goal: Understanding the power of open source and Web 2.0 tools?

Did the activity lead to the learning goal: Understand how Web 2.0 tools and open source can be used to facilitate or enhance a learning community?

Did this activity prepare you to begin thinking about what makes up a community?

Reflection(assessment of activity): 2 parts- wiki and survey monkey Once your video is posted to Cadre 11 wiki, please take the time to view and respond using the discussion tab on the wiki to the other OMETers videos. Reflect in your comment about affirmations of the work he/she did, what extensions did you want to know more about, what surprised you about the video, what connections did you make to the OMETer, and anything else you feel is relevant.

Survey questions: on Survey Monkey

Then complete the following survey about the activity:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=wkcEOUQ1av5rb0y7WjXr9g_3d_3d


Thanks for all your hard work! Type A Asylum