I... I... This was the day that I've been waiting for! I thought to myself - "FINALLY!"
I know I know, that sounds dramatic but I truly felt a sense of relief when Week 14 is finally over. Week 14 = Torture. This equation is not at all a lie, I promise you. During our last lecture, we did not do anything much but the lecturer merely just focused on giving us some tips on the final exam.
On Thursday, we had our last tutorial class with Dr. Fariza and that meant it was the big day. The day of our AR-based project and Video project presentation. To think back about the amount of stressed we had to go through during Week 14 is just funny and no, I don't ever want to go back haha. There were so much to do but so little time, I almost died trying to keep myself sane and juggling between assignments and handling back to back events. Trust me, I wish I didn't have to be at two different places at one time, but I did this to myself and now I have to get through it like the strong woman that I am.
Our sleepless nights really paid off. I truly enjoyed everyone's presentation on their AR and Video project *inserts heart eyes emoji*. But most of all, I am least to say, I am the proudest of my group's AR final outcome and our video project masterpiece. Sorry guys, I just have to give credit to my teammates and to myself hehe. Our AR project was a huge success (well at least to me it was ;) ), we could see that everyone was excited to know more about our project and the look on Dr Fariza's faze when we presented our AR project just made everything seemed worth while.
As for our Video project we made a short story entitled LANGKAH, ahhhh where do I even start with this one? I have so much love for this video considering the fact that it was done in a very very short period. When you have the right people with you, nothing is impossible. I hope that anyone who watches this video, would feel connected to it and I hope you enjoy watching it as much as my team and I enjoyed making it.
Thank you GGGA2123, you have made my semester more meaningful even though you started off as a pain for me. Anyhow, I truly enjoyed learning this subject and I will surely equip myself with this knowledge and bring it with me to wherever I go in life.
Human beings have been on the forefront of innovation for millions of years; it is not only a part of our culture, but also a fundamental aspect of ourselves. In fact, this spirit of creation is what makes our species distinct from many of our hereditary relatives; without the desire to design, humans would have evolved alongside their primal parallels.
Over the years, technology has revolutionized our world and daily lives. Technology has created amazing tools and resources, putting useful information at our fingertips. The information technology industry has seen many changes throughout its history. When it comes to defining web 2.0. the term means such internet applications which allow sharing and collaboration opportunities to people and help them to express themselves online.
The use of Web 2.0 is beneficial in teaching and learning. They are interactive, multi-purpose, easy-to-use digital platforms that encourage students to collaborate with each other or create and share individualized response products. The Web 2.0 learning classifications are as followed; text-based tool, image-based tool and video-based tool. Examples of Web 2.0 features include social networking sites or social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and video sharing sites such as Youtube and Flipgrid.
Web 2.0 tools provide engaging ways students can interact with, and most importantly, learn from course material. They are particularly helpful when aligned to teaching and assessment exercises meant to increase student engagement, require students to summarize information, or verbalize insight into their conceptual understanding through means other than traditional writing exercises.
The major difference between web 1.0 and web 2.0 is that web 2.0 websites enable users to create, share, collaborate and communicate their work with others, without any need of any web design or publishing skills. These capabilities were not present in Web 1.o environment.
Today's lecture was conducted by Dr. Roseni where she taught us about Media Evaluation Process. There are 5 important components in Media Evaluation Process which are Content, Theory, Strategy, Pedagogy and Value. These are the components that need to be measured before developing a meaningful media process.
In developing media process, there are few process that need to take into consideration such as active (manipulation and observation), constructive (articulation and reflective), cooperative (collaborative and conventional), authentic (complex and contextual) and aim (reflective and formative).
Authentic learning is an instructional approach that allows students to explore, discuss, and meaningfully construct concepts and relationships in contexts that involve real-world problems and projects that are relevant to the learner. One component of authentic learning is that it targets a real problem and that students’ engagement holds the possibility of having an impact outside the classroom.
Constructive learning is the involvement of students' engagement in constructing new and original knowledge for the purposes of critics, sharing and comments and be valued.