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Twitter For Reflection Jan 2020

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Twitter for reflective activities presentation for University of Staffordshire Twitter workshop.

Twitter for reflective activities presentation for University of Staffordshire Twitter workshop.

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  • The focus of my presentation is the conference behaviours of academic users of Twitter.

    Twitter is being used to create a ‘backchannel’ to sustain commentary and dialogue amongst conference participants who send tweets during live presentations. The tweets are commentary of the presentations as they unfold, but also involve questions, critical remarks, banter and socialising etc..
  • We created a Twitter account for the module.
  • We created a group using TweepML enabling all students to follow one another.
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    • 1. for reflective learning activities
    • 2. About me Tony McNeill Principal Lecturer in Educational Technology Academic Development Centre Kingston University Twitter anthonymcneill 2
    • 3. My Twitter experiment Using Twitter to promote student engagement English Literature Media and Cultural Studies Engineering 3
    • 4. why Twitter?
    • 5. What is reflection? • Dewey • Schön • Kolb • Boud • having an experience • recording the experience • thinking about the experience (in the light of existing knowledge) • integrating into a new conceptual framework 5
    • 6. Twitter and the ‘nearly now’ 6
    • 7. Weekly Twitter activities 7
    • 8. Student reflections
    • 9. Resource sharing 11
    • 10. What’s Twitter good for? • announcements/notifications • ice-breaking activities • resource sharing • banter/socialising • posting problems and queries 12

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