SOCIAL MEDIA AS A                 LEARNING TOOLUsing social media to connectstudents to educators and expertsworldwide    ...
Skjermutklipp tatt: 19.09.2012 19:18                                       Skjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 19:16
USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO CONNECT EDUCATORS,         STUDENTS AND EXPERTS WORLDWIDE              Participants will be shown ho...
MY SCHOOL – MY CLASS                   1:1 schoolBlock scheduling – one subject/class all day from                  8:30 –...
BLOCK SCHEDULING - 1:1 - BLOGSkjermutklipp ta tt: 20.06.2012 14:48
WILL SCHOOLS CHANGEDRAMATICALLY IN THE FUTURE?
BLOCK SCHEDULING - 1:1 - BLOG
BLOCK SCHEDULING - 1:1 - BLOGSkjermutklipp ta tt: 20.06.2012 15:09
Skjermutklipp ta tt: 18.09.2012 15:37
LEARNING IN AN AUTHENTIC REAL-WORLD PRACTICE, MODELING REAL-       WORLD PROBLEMS     Norway meets Lesotho                ...
HELPING TEACHERS AND STUDENTS                    TO BE DIGITALLY INCLUDED             Social media a great way to connect!...
GLOBAL CLASSROOM                   Twitter
Why Twitter?• Great way to connect – quick and in real-time• Great way to find information• Quickly updated• Search and fi...
USING TWITTER AND BLOGS          Twitter Resources, Apps, and Tools Twitter is possibly one of the most powerful socialmed...
TWITTER AS A LEARNING TOOL
TEN REASONS TEACHERSSHOULD GIVE TWITTER A GO
TWITTER TO CONNECT WITH        EXPERTS               Skjermutklipp ta tt: 07.01.2013 09:24
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RSS – FEEDS TO KEEP UPDATED                                                                      communicateSkjermutklipp ...
Skjermutklipp tatt: 07.01.2013 13:16                                       Curriculum goals
Curriculum goals                   Skjermutklipp ta tt: 07.01.2013 13:18
I defiantly agree that--while the organization of the story was a little                                        cluttered-...
PUBLISH TO AN AUDIENCESkjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 08:46
CONNECTING
KEEPING UPSkjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 08:47
Skjermutklipp tatt: 07.01.2013 13:26                                       Questions                                      ...
GOALS SET BY STUDENTS
AUTHENTIC MATERIAL LIKE VIDEOS    FROM YOUTUBE AND TED.
AUTHENTIC REAL-WORLD      PRACTICE
STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
USEFUL LINKS
Using social media to connect bett 2003
Using social media to connect bett 2003
Using social media to connect bett 2003
Using social media to connect bett 2003
Using social media to connect bett 2003
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  1. 1. SOCIAL MEDIA AS A LEARNING TOOLUsing social media to connectstudents to educators and expertsworldwide Ann S. Michaelsen Teacher and administrator Sandvika vgs http://annmic.wordpress.com/ @annmic
  2. 2. Skjermutklipp tatt: 19.09.2012 19:18 Skjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 19:16
  3. 3. USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO CONNECT EDUCATORS, STUDENTS AND EXPERTS WORLDWIDE Participants will be shown how to use social media like Skype, YouTube, blogs and Twitter to get in contact with students and teachers from other parts of the world. Students communicate and learn from peers in the outside world using social media and teachers introduce new material to the students on personal blogs using authentic material like videos from YouTube and TED. Curriculum goals are the basis forlearning, not textbooks, and students find how different topics can be used tocover the curriculum goals. Questions and challenges are set by the studentswith help from teachers. Students offer feedback to fellow students. The goal is self-paced differentiated learning where every student can progress individually and the teacher can keep track of this. We explore how it is possible to use digital age learning in an authentic real-world practice, modeling real-world problems.
  4. 4. MY SCHOOL – MY CLASS 1:1 schoolBlock scheduling – one subject/class all day from 8:30 – 13:15 Teaching without textbooks Building a PLN with social media: Twitter, Blogging, Skype, Facebook, YouTube, Using the Internet during exams
  5. 5. BLOCK SCHEDULING - 1:1 - BLOGSkjermutklipp ta tt: 20.06.2012 14:48
  6. 6. WILL SCHOOLS CHANGEDRAMATICALLY IN THE FUTURE?
  7. 7. BLOCK SCHEDULING - 1:1 - BLOG
  8. 8. BLOCK SCHEDULING - 1:1 - BLOGSkjermutklipp ta tt: 20.06.2012 15:09
  9. 9. Skjermutklipp ta tt: 18.09.2012 15:37
  10. 10. LEARNING IN AN AUTHENTIC REAL-WORLD PRACTICE, MODELING REAL- WORLD PROBLEMS Norway meets Lesotho YouTube
  11. 11. HELPING TEACHERS AND STUDENTS TO BE DIGITALLY INCLUDED Social media a great way to connect! 2009 Microsoft’s Worldwide Innovative Education Forum in Brazil.Moliehi Sekese won the Worldwide Innovative Teacher Awards, category educators choice; Best Practice: Moliehi Sekese (Lesotho), “Indigenous Plants”. Moliehi did a keynote at our education conference this year Projects where students in Western countries help raise money to buy computers and set up wireless Internet in schools without technology2012 a day’s work to help students at Mamoeketsi primary school 40.000 dollars. high school scholarships, material, exchange visits + new school building. Communication for students to learn and collaborate. Skype
  12. 12. GLOBAL CLASSROOM Twitter
  13. 13. Why Twitter?• Great way to connect – quick and in real-time• Great way to find information• Quickly updated• Search and find almost everything. Something happening search and find out what people are talking about.• Build a network• Easy to use, what you put in is what you get out of it.
  14. 14. USING TWITTER AND BLOGS Twitter Resources, Apps, and Tools Twitter is possibly one of the most powerful socialmedia tools available to educators. Get started today with these resources. Advanced users might findsomething here to enhance their Twitter experience . http://pinterest.com/esheninger/twitter-resources-apps-and-tools/
  15. 15. TWITTER AS A LEARNING TOOL
  16. 16. TEN REASONS TEACHERSSHOULD GIVE TWITTER A GO
  17. 17. TWITTER TO CONNECT WITH EXPERTS Skjermutklipp ta tt: 07.01.2013 09:24
  18. 18. Skjermutklipp ta tt: 18.09.2012 15:29
  19. 19. RSS – FEEDS TO KEEP UPDATED communicateSkjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 08:40
  20. 20. Skjermutklipp tatt: 07.01.2013 13:16 Curriculum goals
  21. 21. Curriculum goals Skjermutklipp ta tt: 07.01.2013 13:18
  22. 22. I defiantly agree that--while the organization of the story was a little cluttered--is was quite a remarkable account of the experiences of the grandfather in WWII. What a story! It seems great that people are recording oral recounts of experiences in WWII such as these and that agencies like the BBC publish it. One aspect that I thought was particularlSkjermutklipp ta tt: 07.01.2013 13:01 pertinent was how the story referenced the celebration of Christmas; this nearly overlaps with the point of year in which we read it. This certainly provides a powerful insight into how terrible the living conditions were fo the grandfather in that getting to eat cat food made it "the best Christmas ever" comparatively. Lastly, one thing I thought was interesting was how when he arrived at Auschwitz, the grandfather claimed he was a silversmith to make it seems as though he had skills to provide for the German. Coming full-circle, by the time that the Americans had arrived the grandfather had developed the very useful skill of knowing five languages, so cool!
  23. 23. PUBLISH TO AN AUDIENCESkjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 08:46
  24. 24. CONNECTING
  25. 25. KEEPING UPSkjermutklipp ta tt: 19.09.2012 08:47
  26. 26. Skjermutklipp tatt: 07.01.2013 13:26 Questions challenges
  27. 27. GOALS SET BY STUDENTS
  28. 28. AUTHENTIC MATERIAL LIKE VIDEOS FROM YOUTUBE AND TED.
  29. 29. AUTHENTIC REAL-WORLD PRACTICE
  30. 30. STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
  31. 31. USEFUL LINKS

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