Teacher Collaboration Suggested Online Projects

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Let's get started building an effective Team of Open Educationalists

Collecting ideas on common areas of interst is the first step, building effective teams is the next, followed by creating a project site on WikiEducator for follow throughm and starting the development of OERs the next. All this should be reviewed by our peers on WikiEducator for quality before finalsation.

List yourself as an Expert and the area of your Expertise here - Please include your digital signature by clicking on the above bar choosing "your signature with timestamp" and saving your entry by clicking on the 'save' button below

  • Please add your name here (ex. Joe Doe - M.Ed, Botany, Math etc)
  • Sebastian Panakal (Social Entrepreneur, Team Player, Technology Driver)

List yourself as a Volunteer here

  • Please add your name here (ex. Jane Doe - Teacher Botany, Math etc)
  • Darsana Joseph (Student Entrepreneur, Ecology Evangelist)
  • Jonas Backelin (Open Education & Social Media)

What Open Resource is needed in your educational institution

  • Please add (ex. Teacher Resource handbook on Botany)
  • Handbook on Cultivating Community Gardens by Eco-Volunteers
  • Handbook on converting Domestic Food Waste to Organic Manure and Bio-gas

How do you propose we should move forward

  • Suggestions here
  • Set up student volunteer teams in each school. Support them to find funding by volunteering services. The fund can be used as Start up capital. Let the students collaborate using Wikis to promote the activity. Leverage the goodwill generated, convert it to advertising for corporates and use the plough back funding to fuel future. A tentative outline is given at Sebastian Panakal& Darsana Joseph's Waste to Wealth Green Project at Nirmala Higher Secondary School, Aluva, Kerala.

List of suggested Projects for Online Collaboration

  • Dr.Dilip Barad is senior lecturer in English with Bhavnagar University, INDIA (Gujarat State). He has created following content on 'Literary Theory'. All the teachers associated with wikieducator are invited to edit/add these pages to make it better and of global level. Dr. Dilip Barad is also ready to add/edit pages on English Grammar. So, if any teachers/researcher are preparing pages on topics like SPEECH, VOICE etc, he will be happy to contribute to it.
  • List/link of the pages:
  1. http://www.wikieducator.org/Literary_Criticism
  2. http://www.wikieducator.org/Sidney_defence
  3. http://www.wikieducator.org/Arnold_study_poetry
  4. http://www.wikieducator.org/Northrop_frye_archetypal_criticism
  5. http://www.wikieducator.org/Richards_figurative_language
  6. http://www.wikieducator.org/Cleanth_brooks_paradox
  7. http://www.wikieducator.org/Genette_structuralism
  8. http://www.wikieducator.org/Dryden
  9. http://www.wikieducator.org/Wordsworth
  10. http://www.wikieducator.org/Coleridge
  11. http://www.wikieducator.org/T.s.eliot
  12. http://www.wikieducator.org/Showalter
  13. http://www.wikieducator.org/Derrida
  14. Literature (Book) Sharing Project

--Dilipbarad 02:28, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

  • Community mobilisers in the field frequently get discouraged, and it appears to be an occupational hazard." I'd like to see something in support of those educators working at a community level. email Victoria
  • I am also interested in technology as a means for teaching/collaborating. We would like to promote the use of open source software in our projects (at University of Costa Rica. email Sonia
  • Perhaps a series of pages with the science (or other subjects) educational standards, with each standard linking to an appropriate lesson plan in WE or elsewhere? dmccabe 03:23, 15 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Data Management or related subject matter course material development based on work started during L4C workshop, ANDC User:Savi.odl