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Accompanying slides to the ECER 2012 conference presentation and paper "Social Media and Ethics in Education from the Perspective of Diversity"

Accompanying slides to the ECER 2012 conference presentation and paper "Social Media and Ethics in Education from the Perspective of Diversity"

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  • 1. Social Media and Ethics in Education from the Perspective of Diversity Antoine van den Beemt ECER 21 Sept 2012 @avdbmt Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 2. Social Media and Ethics in Education from the Perspective of DiversityIntroduction• cting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 3. Social Media and Ethics in Education from the Perspective of DiversityContents:• Interactive media use: private practice vs. school practice• Interactive media use in NL• Social media codes of conduct• Diversity in interactive media use• cting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 4. Interactive media use: private practice vs. school practiceApplying interactive media/SNS as learningtool: tensionsPrivate: informal, volatile, playful ‘their space’ (Selwyn, 2010); identity developmentSchool: formal, long term, serious• cting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 5. Interactive media use in the NetherlandsInternet access from homeNo non-users 9 to 23 y-oPossession of mobile devices amongyouths: 80% of 8-18 y-o, of which 60% haveinternet accessSchools are connected, BYOD• cting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 6. Social media codes of conductAn effort to break the tension betweenprivate and practiceFirst ones published: focused on restrictionsFicting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 7. Social media codes of conduct“It is not allowed for employees and students to engage actively with social media during class, unless the school management explicitly has agreed to do so. “Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 8. Social media codes of conduct “It is for people involved not allowed to shareschool related photo-, film- or sound recordings on social media, unless people involved have given their agreement. “Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 9. Social media codes of conductAn effort to break the tension betweenprivate and practiceFirst ones published: focused on restrictionsRecently: constructive approachesFicting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 10. Social media codes of conduct“The school integrates social media as much aspossible in courses in order to contact experts and to respond to topicalities” Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 11. Social media codes of conduct “The school makes an effort to let students experience the possibilities of social media”“The school encourages students to make activeuse of social media for learning processes during classes” Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 12. Social media codes of conduct“The school expects educators to have sufficient knowledge to learn students required social media skills valuable to the learning process” Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 13. Social media codes of conduct“The school expects educators to have sufficient knowledge to learn students required social media skills valuable to the learning process”“in reality many learners don’t have a goodgrasp of technologies - particularly not in termsof how technologies can be used for academicpurposes" (De Freitas & Conole, 2011). Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 14. Social media codes of conductAn effort to break the tension betweenprivate and practiceFirst ones published: focused on restrictionsRecently: constructive approachesIncluding pedagogy/methodsFicting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 15. Diversity in interactive media use• 4 categories of users:Van den Beemt, A., Akkerman, S., & Simons, P.R.J. (2009) Jongeren en interactieve media: diversiteit in het gebruik van interactieve media onder jongeren. Kennisnet, Zoetermeer Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 16. Conclusion- Intensive SNS use, informal, identity, volatile- Codes of conduct, guidelines, connected to pedagogy- Take into account diversity in interactive media use Ficting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012
  • 17. Social Media and Ethics in Education from the Perspective of Diversityhttp://ou-nl.academia.edu/AntoineVandenBeemt/Papershttp://www.slideshare.net/AntoineSlideshare@avdbmtcting Antoine van den Beemt – 2012