Published on October 16, 2014
1. SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM It's way more than you think
2. For Adults
3. For Kids
4. Based on our research, we have now discovered a separate generation, which we label the "iGeneration" with the "i" representing both the types of mobile technologies being heralded by children and adolescents (iPhone, iPod, Wii, iTunes) plus the fact that these technologies are mostly "individualized" in the way they are used.
5. Technology is Welcome Here
9. WHAT WHY HOW is social media? is it important? can it be used in the classroom?
10. So, What the Heck Do We Do with Social Media? JUNE 24, 2012 Social media is arguably the single most disruptive innovation in the history of industrialized civilization. It's redefining how we engage with each other, how we do business, how we get our news, how we spend our free time and how we revolt against repressive regimes. It's no wonder that people are terrified of it. And to that end, it's not surprising that many educators find themselves in schools where social media is blocked -- and/or with draconian social media policies in place.
11. Photoshare Podcast Social Bookmark Share Discuss Blog Vlog Comment Create GGaammee Publish Educate
12. http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2010/11/ cell-phones-in-schools-get-thumbs-up-by-the-department-of-ed/
13. • Workforce Ready Students • Collaboration • Learning Beyond the Classroom Walls • Personalized Instruction • Cost Savings • Gamification • Interactive Education • Increased Engagement • Student/Teacher Swap Roles • Differentiation
14. • Workforce Ready Students • Collaboration • Learning Beyond the Classroom Walls • Personalized Instruction • Cost Savings • Gamification????? • Interactive Education • Increased Engagement • Student/Teacher Swap Roles • Differentiation
15. “Students were able to achieve better learning performances in the digital game-based learning environment.”
16. • Workforce Ready Students • Collaboration • Learning Beyond the Classroom Walls • Personalized Instruction • Cost Savings • Gamification • Interactive Education • Increased Engagement • Student/Teacher Swap Roles • Differentiation
17. Teach like you want your children to be taught.
19. The grown-up version
20. Reading course materials Researching Poster design Creating presentations Mindmapping Groupwork
22. China, Pakistan, Iran, Syria,Thailand, Indonesia
23. China, Pakistan, Iran, Syria,Thailand, Indonesia US Classrooms
24. The Digital Divide Part 2 The App Gap
25. If parents don't teach kids about the correct, ethical, legal, and moral use of technology........ then who is going to?
26. You are required by law to teach online safety and appropriate social media skills. ... and you have been since 2008.
28. Technology in Schools
29. September 12, 2012
30. • Recent studies by the Pew Research Center indicate that 9 out of 10 teens use social networks, and most have a smartphone, iPod or e-reader. While many school administrators and teachers continue to ban the use of these remarkable digital learning tools, the “results-only learning environment” embraces them. • Give a student a 20-problem math worksheet, a pencil and a calculator, and she’ll develop a case of narcolepsy before your eyes. Give her a real-world scenario that requires application of the same skills, team her with a peer or two, ask them to use their tech toolkit to solve the problem, and you’ll witness the electricity of a ROLE. Even elementary students can shoot videos of problem-solving activities using a mobile device. Then they can share the videos on an Edmodo class site; a blog; an online post-it wall, such as Padlet; or a virtual reality app, such as Aurasma. • The key to success in this progressive workshop setting is providing a choice of web tools and devices that students can use to demonstrate mastery without the teacher’s vision of the work product getting in the way. http://www.iste.org/explore/articleDetail?articleid=139
31. FROM READING TO INTERACTING. Turn your vision into reality by creating your own version of an existing PDF or textbook. Give it a dynamic touch, jot down notes, add video/audio clips, and discuss materials with your readers within your interactive content. Use Active Textbook to learn, teach or simply share your documents online – it's easy! Best of all, Active Textbook is free and works on most devices!
34. Safely communicate with parents and students without giving out your private contact information
35. Collaboratively make and take online quizzes - or make academic vocabulary flashcards with images
36. Create a social, fun, game-like learning environment
37. Infuse Learning allows teachers to push questions, prompts, and quizzes out to students' devices in private virtual classrooms. Teachers can give students a wide variety of formats in which to response to a question or prompt. Students can reply in standard multiple choice, true/false, and short answer formats, or by creating drawings or diagrams on their iPads, Android tablets, or on their laptops.
38. www.memplai.com Collaboratively make videos
39. Online collaborative audio editor, video editor, cartoon maker, and mindmapping tool
40. Collect, Organize, Annotate
42. http://evernote.com Collaboratively create, collect, and share materials and resources
43. Collaboratively collect and share news and information from the web
44. Collaboratively make or clip resources to share or create an online portfolio
45. LiveBinders: Like a real-life three ring binder, this tech tool allows you to collect and organize resources. Much better than a binder, however, the site also comes with tools to connect and collaborate and a virtual whiteboard.
46. Collaboratively collect online resources and arrange into shareable boards
47. https://storify.com/storify Collaboratively collect and share news and information from social media
48. Collaboratively make and share through a safe and private class blog
49. Create and upload presentations, documents, and videos and share them with students and colleagues. http://www.slideshare.net/
50. Collaboratively create online white-board lessons, videos, and quizzes
51. Create with iPad – use on any platform
52. Stoodle is an online whiteboard service supported in part by the CK-12 Foundation. Through Stoodle you can quickly create a collaborative whiteboard space. On your whiteboard you can type, draw, and upload images. You can connect Stoodle to your computer's microphone and talk your collaborators while drawing, typing, or sharing images. Stoodle does not require you to create an account. To create a Stoodle whiteboard space just click "launch a classroom," name your room, and share the URL assigned to your room.
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