Welcome! The slides are available at:
http://bit.ly/MNSymposium
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Leveraging Social Media and
Multimedia Technology in the
Classroom
Venus Fisher – State Program Coordinator IL/WI
Keitaro ...
• Why This Talk?
• Goals
• What You Need
• Approach
• Best Practices
• Q&A (File Location)
Agenda
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1. To get you thinking about…
1. Your element
2. Your presence
2. To show you the How
3. To share what we experienced
4. T...
Social Media
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Facebook
Facebook Example
• Create a Facebook group which students
can join.
• Students can finish their readings, for
example, the...
Facebook Assignment Example
• ‘Twit Board’ – Notify students of changes to assignments,
schedules, venues or other important information.
• ‘Summing U...
• ‘Time Tweet’ – Choose a famous person from the past and
create a twitter account for them; pick an image which
represent...
Blogs
• Teachers can use classroom blogs to engage
students in discussions during and after the
usual school day.
• They c...
Symbaloo
www.symbalooedu.com
Tackk
tackk.com
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Stoy Bird
http://youtu.be/gppbHZaJDHI
Ingredients
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• Any video recorder (camcorder or smartphone)
• Memory card (SDHC Class 10, 32 GB)
• Charger and extra battery
• Tripod (...
• Windows Movie Maker or iMovie (Editing)
• TechSmith Snagit (Screen capture)
• YouTube (Posting videos)
• Google Drive (N...
Approach to
Recording Your Voice
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In Summary…
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Best Practices
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Movie Maker
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Title and
Credit Slides
Trimming
Video Clips
...
• Read and watch the tutorials at:
http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-snagit.html
Snagit
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YouTube
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Upload
Button
Link to Your
Video
Create
Playlists...
Facebook
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www.facebook.com/DECARasmussenChicago
Photos Vid...
One More Thing…
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“Managing a Dysfunctional Classroom”
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Keitaro.Matsuoka@Rasmussen.edu or
Venus.Fisher@Rasmussen.edu
(815) 306-2600
Questions?
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3) To show you the How
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    1. 1. Welcome! The slides are available at: http://bit.ly/MNSymposium Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 1
    2. 2. Leveraging Social Media and Multimedia Technology in the Classroom Venus Fisher – State Program Coordinator IL/WI Keitaro Matsuoka – Instructor Romeoville-Joliet, IL Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential.
    3. 3. • Why This Talk? • Goals • What You Need • Approach • Best Practices • Q&A (File Location) Agenda Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 3
    4. 4. 1. To get you thinking about… 1. Your element 2. Your presence 2. To show you the How 3. To share what we experienced 4. To show how fun it is! Goals Today Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 4
    5. 5. Social Media Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential.
    6. 6. Facebook
    7. 7. Facebook Example • Create a Facebook group which students can join. • Students can finish their readings, for example, then get online and write a paragraph about what they’ve read, focusing their comments on the weekly topic.
    8. 8. Facebook Assignment Example
    9. 9. • ‘Twit Board’ – Notify students of changes to assignments, schedules, venues or other important information. • ‘Summing Up’ – Ask students to read an article or chapter and then post their brief summary or précis of the key point(s). A limit of 140 characters demands a lot of academic discipline. • ‘Twit Links’ Share a hyperlink – a directed task for students – each is required to regularly share one new hyperlink to a useful site they have found. • ‘Twitter Stalking’ – Follow a famous person and document their progress. Better still if this can be linked to an event (During the recent U.S. Presidential elections, many people followed @BarackObama and kept up to date with his speeches, etc). Twitter
    10. 10. • ‘Time Tweet’ – Choose a famous person from the past and create a twitter account for them; pick an image which represents the historical figure and over a period of time write regular tweets in the role of that character, in a style and using the vocabulary you think they would have used (e.g. William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar). • ‘Micro Meet’ – Hold discussions involving all the subscribing students. As long as everyone is following the whole group, no- one should miss out on the Twitter stream. All students participate because a sequence of contributors is agreed beforehand. Twitter
    11. 11. Blogs • Teachers can use classroom blogs to engage students in discussions during and after the usual school day. • They can post topics for discussion, additional classroom notes or information, classroom assignments and much more. • A classroom blog will allow students to interact with their peers and teachers on a continual basis beyond the usual 45-90 minute class period.
    12. 12. Symbaloo www.symbalooedu.com
    13. 13. Tackk tackk.com
    14. 14. 15 Stoy Bird http://youtu.be/gppbHZaJDHI
    15. 15. Ingredients Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential.
    16. 16. • Any video recorder (camcorder or smartphone) • Memory card (SDHC Class 10, 32 GB) • Charger and extra battery • Tripod (Sunpak) • Headset (Plantronics) • Camera Case Equipment Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 17
    17. 17. • Windows Movie Maker or iMovie (Editing) • TechSmith Snagit (Screen capture) • YouTube (Posting videos) • Google Drive (Notes) Digital Tools Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 18
    18. 18. Approach to Recording Your Voice Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential.
    19. 19. In Summary… Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 20
    20. 20. Best Practices Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential.
    21. 21. Movie Maker Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 22 Title and Credit Slides Trimming Video Clips Transitional Effects
    22. 22. • Read and watch the tutorials at: http://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-snagit.html Snagit Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 23
    23. 23. YouTube Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 24 Upload Button Link to Your Video Create Playlists Include Tags to Make Search Easier Include Thumbnails
    24. 24. Facebook Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 25 www.facebook.com/DECARasmussenChicago Photos Videos Posting News Engagement with Students, Family and Friends Posts by Members
    25. 25. One More Thing… Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential.
    26. 26. “Managing a Dysfunctional Classroom” Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 27
    27. 27. Keitaro.Matsuoka@Rasmussen.edu or Venus.Fisher@Rasmussen.edu (815) 306-2600 Questions? Copyright Rasmussen, Inc. 2011. Proprietary and Confidential. 28 bit.ly/MNSymposium

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