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A empirical study on application of Wiki-based collaborative lesson-preparing
Abstract Lesson-preparing is an important stage in Lesson-preparing is an important stage in the field of teaching activity. The aim of this paper was to explore the use of Eduwiki as a new effective collaborative lessonpreparing platform to support teachers' collaboration and teaching. Furthermore, to verify and explore how to integrate Eduwiki into teachers' daily lesson-preparing activities, a single-group post-test and interview were used in the experiments. The study showed that Eduwiki was effective in motivating peer-supported collaborative lesson-preparing activity, as well as for teachers' mutual development. School leaders' support was the first important motivator for implementing the experiments in Expriment1 and interested the collaboration support environment was the first important motivators for implementing the experiments in Experiment2. The external condition for teachers participating collaborative lesson-preparing was very easy for operation. It showed that those experienced teachers passed their experiences on to novices using Eduwiki, and made the novices achieved high performance by collaborative lesson-preparing.ormance by collaborative lesson-preparing.
Abstractsub Lesson-preparing is an important stage in Lesson-preparing is an important stage in the field of teaching activity. The aim of this paper was to explore the use of Eduwiki as a new effective collaborative lessonpreparing platform to support teachers' collaboration and teaching. Furthermore, to verify and explore how to integrate Eduwiki into teachers' daily lesson-preparing activities, a single-group post-test and interview were used in the experiments. The study showed that Eduwiki was effective in motivating peer-supported collaborative lesson-preparing activity, as well as for teachers' mutual development. School leaders' support was the first important motivator for implementing the experiments in Expriment1 and interested the collaboration support environment was the first important motivators for implementing the experiments in Experiment2. The external condition for teachers participating collaborative lesson-preparing was very easy for operation. It showed that those experienced teachers passed their experiences on to novices using Eduwiki, and made the novices achieved high performance by collaborative lesson-preparing.ormance by collaborative lesson-preparing.
Bibtextype inproceedings  +
Doi 10.1109/ICM.2011.223  +
Has author Yingjie Ren + , Chaohua Gong +
Has extra keyword Collaborative lesson-preparing + , Eduwiki + , Evaluation + , Lesson-preparing + , Teachers + , Wiki + , Applications + , Experiments + , Information technology + , Knowledge management + , Management science + , Motivation + , Education +
Has keyword Application + , Collaborative lesson-preparing + , Eduwiki + , Evaluation + , Knowledge management + , Lesson-preparing + , Teachers + , Wiki +
Isbn 9780769545226  +
Language English +
Number of citations by publication 0  +
Number of references by publication 0  +
Pages 199–202  +
Published in Proceedings - 2011 International Conference of Information Technology, Computer Engineering and Management Sciences, ICM 2011 +
Title A empirical study on application of Wiki-based collaborative lesson-preparing +
Type conference paper  +
Volume 3  +
Year 2011 +
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