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Xtreme Joomla by Mind Map: Xtreme Joomla
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Xtreme Joomla

COLLABORATION between students, experts, peers, content

Individual blogs to share experiences

Discussion board to share ideas, issues, and questions about learning experiences

Share with peers and/or experts

Various components of Adobe Connect for both conferencing and real-time assistance

Partner or goup work option available

Each member of XTreme Joomla! prototype emulated the collaboration experience

Scrapbook for citing memorable experiences/learnings

Learning Goals

to know how to describe the website by reflecting on specific needs and goals

to develop an information architecture of the website that meets needs and goals

to understand in technical language what a website is, including its operating connections

to develop web pages that reflect the architectural design

to apply Joomla knowledge to achieve above goals

PDB, 04/13: to learn how to participate in the Joomla Community of Practice, starting on the periphery and then working in to be more and more a contributor

Researched, problem-solving CURRICULUM

Grounded in theories

Situatedlearning

Adult learning

Problem-based Learning

Experiential learning

focused on independent learners

fluid structure, activities selected based on interest/need

multiple learning formats, learn in cohort, step-by-step lessons, tutorial videos, screen-sharing guidance, provide trial sites for hands-on learning, articles

encourages collaborative learning

expert guidance dependent on learner need

content

immediately applicable, opportunity for reflection, practice and experimentation, encourages learning by doing

novice to expert, range of activites

embedded in website

4 components of experiential learning, concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization, active experimentation

INTERNET for curriculum and learning environment

The Internet is the environment in which Joomla activities take place and is the environment in which the Joomla community of practice works, so the Internet is an integral part of the learning environment, not an enhancement.

The Internet provides tools that enhance learning Joomla through individual effort and collaborative effort. Screen-capture videos, with audio, provide a richer experience to the learner. Screen-sharing, with audio, facilitates all kinds of collaboration between learners, facilitators and experts.

The audience for learning Joomla may be relatively small at any given time or location. The Internet makes it possible to form cohorts of learners with similar needs and interests, even though they are widely dispersed, geographically speaking.

Enhancement through MEDIA and text from field

Texts from mini workshop provided authentic enhancements to our AL curriculum and motivation

Weblinks of methods, theories, artifacts, principles members' blogs, XtremeJoomla discussion and forum and daily emailing, reading lists and postings

Videos from mini workshop provided authentic collaborative learning opportunities to enhance our AL curriculum.

Sound - using audacity and activate to capture the real time discussion and collaboration

QTVR from our real time interaction and collaboration

Photos provided authentic motivation to our curriculum.

Explored affordances such as UMconnect and Skype to experience real-time, synched, collaborative learning situations.

SYNCHED learning opportunities

Just-in-time learning

learn while applying skills

curriculum embedded in website

curriculum controlled by learner

peers

synchronous and asynchronous shared learning

online discussions

blogs

chats

expert

tutorials

online guidance

monitors discussions

video conferencing

ADVENTURE-BASED learning

participants as primary adventures in cyberspace

Mini-learning online community:role playing and interaction: faciltator (Paul) and learners (becca and Crystal) engage in inquiry based teaching and learning

Risk of working in new environment

New collaborators from different academic disciplines

New CMS system which is differnet from the one used currently

Adeptation and adoption of using new language and ideas in the project

Motivation and desire for adventuring into an unfimiliar field of Joomla learning experience

We found the exploration of the Joomla! space was a virtual adventure. Challenges and opportunities presented by new software Huge potential of the website construction software Challenges of having to hunt for help Open Source community -- willing to share but information not always organized

HOOK

PDB, 04/13: learners motivated by need to create their own websites

PDB, 04/13: learning is situated, takes place in the environment that is the subject

PDB, 04/13: learning environment offers a sense of community, supported by collaboration tools

PDB, 05/02: synchronous activities, such as screen sharing and web-based meetings also create sense of community

Uses PEDAGOGICAL GUIDELINES both curriculum and online learning environment

Aligned with our Joomla learning curriculum in the online learning environment. The archiving of each Joomla AL development is important for further improvement and implementation.

Each lesson plan has detailed objectives, learning activities, teacher's guides, learning expectation and assessments providing a wide range of collaborative opportunities, such as the open-ended + ee -(online experiential learning) opportunities.

Aligned with 7 AL principles and andragogical learning theory