Use of wiki as a postgraduate education learning tool: A case study
|Use of wiki as a postgraduate education learning tool: A case study|
|Author(s)||Boudet J.M.F., Talon J.L.H.|
|Published in||International Journal of Engineering Education|
|Keyword(s)||Flipped classroom, Knowledge building, Postgraduate education, Wikis (Extra: Educational use, Flipped classroom, Knowledge building, Learning tool, Postgraduate education, Quantitative and qualitative analysis, Web 2.0 tools, Wikis, Students, Web services, Teaching)|
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Use of wiki as a postgraduate education learning tool: A case study is a 2012 journal article written in English by Boudet J.M.F., Talon J.L.H. and published in International Journal of Engineering Education.
Web 2.0 tools have redefined the meaning of learning. Students do not need to learn in the same place at the same time, listening to a teacher. This paper explores an innovative educational use of wiki as a learning tool: during the week, outside the classroom, students have to read and investigate terms and concepts, publishing the wiki what they have learned and read and comment other classmates posts. In the classroom we work in little groups or collectively debate different points of view. A full quantitative and qualitative analysis of the outcomes of this case study is presented, as well as some recommendations to improve its use in future courses.
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