This article by Christian Dalsgaard, entitled Social networking sites: Trainsparency in online education, highlights the need to know if social networking sites are potential places of learning, and can be transparency among college students and whether this improves the learning of own.
The answer that the author tells us, is that social networking sites are a potential means of teaching learning, which can create various learning activities. These tools enable the construction, production, dialogue and collaboration. The network should be considered as a complement to other tools and can only work if there is transparency and partilga awareness among students.
I present an interview at 12:13:09 by Michael F. Shaughnessy of Eastern New Mexico University for Teacher Morten Flate Paulsen about his theory - Transparency in Online Education
In this interview we can find answers to the following questions:
1) Morten, first of all, Could you tell us a little about your past experience and what you are currently doing?
2) You Argue That Improves Transparency quality in online education. What exactly do you mean by this?
3) You Also Argue That Transparency Promotes Cooperation in online education?
4) Have you published other recent articles on Transparency in online education?
5) Some instructors post syllabi Their before students sign up for classes. Transparency Is this not enough?
6) Are there areas Certain That Transparency Seem to need more than others?
7) Some faculty members are Evaluated for Their teaching, But I am not sure if administrators or Evaluating Bodies review course content on the Internet. Is this ethical, or immoral? What are the issues?
Dalsgaard, Christian and Paulsen, Morten Flate-2009 Transparency in Cooperative Online Education
This article wants to demonstrate that there can be no freedom in cooperative learning environments, if there is no transparency in the information collected by each participant in the virtual world. Sharing content, thoughts, images, videos, etc.. Through Web2 tools is meaningless but actually there is transparency about what is shared.
The cooperation can not succeed if there is no sharing of good things, but it is also necessary to control this transparency. Transparency means that the work of users can be seen by everyone, but you see the work of others. Transparency can also contribute to improving the quality of learning, because we can encourage us, because our work is seen by many people, but also learn from others, how to get aid through the rapid feedback received.
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This article is authored by Paulsen, speaks ta Cooperative Theory of Freedom, and the educational system implanted in NKI, the largest provider of distance education in Scandinavia.
But also of the computer system that allows this type of education to approximately 14,000 students, emphasizing that this system is designed to encourage freedom and transparency cooperative online.
Facing twelve hundred online students
This article talks about the general visibility of the experiences of 100 students at NKI randomly selected from thousands presentations. Presentations testify that many students appreciate the flexibility of NK
AB8 - Highlight a work created by students (Marco Freitas, M. Lurdes Martins and Teresa Fernandes) of MPEL3 on January 21, 2010, because I think that exemplifies a good example of teaching with transparency..