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2010 Does Social Networking Equate to Social Learning?
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2010 Does Social Networking Equate to Social Learning?

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  • 1. Key framing issues (1):  What are the cognitive implications of learning with social media? (with respect to things such as depth of learning, attention span, and effectiveness, for example?)
  • 2. Key framing issues (2):  What are the implications, opportunities and limitations of using today’s suite of social media tools? (with respect to things such as authenticity of use, online identities, and “silo-ing” of the various tools, for example?)
  • 3. Key framing issues (3):  What are the implications of creating teaching and learning applications of the tools? (with respect to things such as ubiquity of the tools and access to them, professional development for teachers, scaffolding of learning and assessment, and FERPA issues, for example?)
  • 4. Opportunities and Challenges  What is social learning?  Can social networking tools help facilitate it?
  • 5. Opportunities and Challenges  What is the impact of the persistence of online identities inside and outside of the classroom?  What opportunities exist to engage students outside of the classroom?
  • 6. Opportunities and Challenges  Where can teaching go horribly wrong with these tools?  How do we define and demonstrate evidence of learning, and time on task?  How do we encourage deep reflection in and among these venues?
  • 7. Opportunities and Challenges  What is the appropriate depth and mode of professional development for educational practitioners in social media?  What is the role of the instructor within traditionally peer-oriented social venues?  How do these all differ from “traditional” instructional venues and media (if at all)?
  • 8. Your questions…?