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Welcome to the Teaching and Learning (T&L) Group!


The T&L Group Mission

To drive innovation on teaching and learning within the Sakai community. To share best practices, understandings and experiences among faculty members themselves and between faculty and other Sakai community members. To communicate the goals and issues of the teaching and learning community to contributors in Sakai including developers, UI, system administrators, documentation, support, QA.


Hello and welcome! The confluence site is the gathering place for folks interested in teaching and learning within the Sakai community. We are a "young" group and thus much of what you find here will be a work in progress. We are actively looking for more folks to contribute and add to this community effort so please wonder around and join in in any way you want.

To get involved, join the DG: Pedagogy group in Sakai collab. Here is a quick guide to the Sakai community or e-mail Josh Baron at Josh.Baron@marist.edu.

The Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award

Visit the following link to learn more and participate.

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Gathering and Sharing Teaching and Learning Practices

Teaching & Learning Repository

The Sakai T&L community is attempting to determine the best way to gather and share "teaching and learning practices" among users of Sakai. As of February, 2008, we have decided to combine efforts with the already established OSP Community Library which will be generalizing its repository to foster the collection of T&L resources from Sakai, OSP, AAC&U and other groups and projects, following the inter-project model of Fluid. The new repository can be found at:
openedpractices.org

We discuss the repository in this wiki on the Combined Teaching and Learning Repository.

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Minutes and Notes from T&L Conference Calls and Meetings

NOTE: Calls are currently taking place on Wednesdays at 11:30 AM EST (New York, USA) each week.

PLEASE SHARE other times below that would work best for those outside the U.S. if you cannot participate at this time.

Name

Institution

Location

Email

Suggested Time

 

 

 

 

 

Call-In Information:

  1. Call 1-888-447-7153 (International Dial in number is 847-619-4470)
  2. Enter in the Passcode: 5057885 (then hit the "#" key)
  3. Listen to the nice music until the Leader joins.

7-23-2008 Conference Call (Our Next One, 11:30 AM EDT)

7-16-2008 Conference Call

7-11-2008 Conference Call

7-3-2008 Teaching and Learning Group BOF at the Sakai Conference in Paris

6-27-2008 Conference Call

6-20-2008 Conference Call

6-13-2008 Conference Call

6-6-2008 Conference Call

5-30-2008 Conference Call

5-16-2008 Conference Call

5-2-2008 Conference Call

4-25-2008 Conference Call

4-18-2008 Conference Call

4-11-2008 Conference Call

4-4-2008 Conference Call

3-28-2008 Conference Call

3-21-2008 Conference Call

3-18-2008 Conference Call

3-14-2008 Conference Call

3-7-2008 Conference Call

2-29-2008 Conference Call

2-22-2008 Conference Call

2-15-2008 Conference Call

2-8-2008 Conference Call

2-1-2008 Conference Call

1-25-2008 Conference Call

1-18-2008 Conference Call

1-11-2008 Conference Call

1-4-2008 Conference Call

12-14-2007 Conference Call

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Archive

Teaching with Sakai Pre-Conference Session (2008 Paris Conference)

Session Overview: This session will provide participants with examples of how instructors are using Sakai to meet a range of instructional needs in face-to-face, blended and fully online courses.  In addition, models for professional development and training on use of Sakai will be shared.  Input and ideas from participants will also be sought in order to grow the recently launched Sakai teaching and learning repository OpenEdPractices.org.

If you are interested in helping to plan or deliver this session please go to the Teaching with Sakai Pre-Conference Planning Site.

A Community Gathering, December  4, 2007 - At the Newport Beach Sakai Conference

SESSION INTRO, AGENDA and NOTES from (Josh Baron)

Breakout sessions: 

Mission and Roadmap

Sharing Exemplars and Best Practices

Faculty Engagement

Requirements Coordination

Faculty Support

BOF (Dec. 6)

From 2006 

In order for Sakai to mature as a set of tools and a framework to support teaching and learning, there are a number of things that need to be explored:

  • Interoperability
  • Ease of Authoring
  • Providing a Quality Learning Experience
  • Tracking Performance
  • Lowering the Barrier to Use
  • Add your concern/question here...
  • Well, what about questions like "How does the Sakai toolset relate to problem-based learning?" or "Why is the Sakai toolset so much better for constructivist learning than (e.g.) Blackboard?" (Wytze Koopal)

If we actually compare Blackboard with Sakai (not on the level of functionality) it might be summarized as Blackboard having a metaphor of traditional instruction (the page turning model of e-learning), whereas Sakai is about collaboration. Students can work together on meaningful, real-life assignments. It comes to experiential learning from rich learning tasks. The learning model is based on cooperative en collaborative construction of knowledge. Components such as Wiki and Blogs fit very well within a learning concept in which everyone is engaged and encouraged to participate (Stanley Portier).

This worksite will be used to explore issues related to providing support for good pedagogy in Sakai. The following projects and areas of exploration are part of this discussion:

Some older materials currently found in Sakaipedia:

This space is an interactive documentation process. While you should give thought to what you add here, don't be afraid to edit existing pages or add add new ones. Confluence is very good at tracking versions, so you can go back to see what changed at any time.

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