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Seminar:

Modeling, Creating and Enacting Online Collaborative Scripts

Miky Ronen and Dan Kohen-Vacs, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel, ronen@hit.ac.il
Andreas Harrer, Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany, andreas.harrer@ku-eichstaett.de
Yael Kali, Technion, Israel

Theme

The seminar focuses on pedagogical and technological aspects of modeling and applying structured instructional strategies (scripts) for all levels and subject domains. Two dedicated environments will be introduced:
CeLS (Collaborative e-Learning Structures), is an innovative approach and system for creating, implementing, sharing and reusing collaboration scripts. The unique feature in CeLS's design is its ability to selectively reuse learners' inputs and products from previous stages and to create and conduct complex and rich, multi-stage activities based on different 'social settings' (groups and roles).
The graphical language MoCoLADe (Model for Collaborative Learning Activity Design), based on an intuitive drag-and-drop approach for educational modeling, will be used as a tool to design and model scripts.
Participants will first experience the environments by participating in sample scripts, explore a variety of examples in various subject domains, and then challenged to design, create and share their own activities.

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Participants will benefit from experiencing a large variety of scripts, from active engagement in creating their own scripts, from sharing activities with other participants, and from the expertise of organizers.
Participants will design and build artifacts that they will be able to use in their own settings. Continuation activities will be proposed to the group for sharing future experiences of enactment and revisions of CSCL scripts.
We expect stimulating discussions about potential affordances and challenges of the innovative approaches and tools introduced in the seminar.

Program

Morning:
Welcome & Introduction 
Let's play scripts - experiencing sample scripts
Creating scripts and script examples:

Afternoon:
Designing our scripts (in small groups):  Participants will explore existing examples and design their own scripts for various subject domains and instructional purposes.
Sharing our scripts: Presentation and discussion of participants' scripts.
Summary: Challenges of sharing and reusing collaborative online pedagogy.

Seminar Date: Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

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