Using the Four “C’s” of Social Networking           to Help You and Your Program                          Andrew Zweibel  ...
Using the Four “C’s” of Social Networking           to Help You and Your Program                          Andrew Zweibel  ...
Housekeeping Session Materials:    http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12    QR Code
Housekeeping
Housekeeping Session Materials:    http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12    QR Code    Handout    Slides    Embedded Pres...
What IS Web 2.0 Anyway? Features of “Web 1.0”:    Static, One-Way Content    “Webmaster” creates content, public consum...
What is “Social Networking?” “Social Networking” describes a group of Web 2.0 services  that help you meet people, and sh...
In Other Words… Social Networking allows us to engage in the “4 C’s”:    Creation    Connection    Conversation    Co...
The Layout For Each of the “4 C’s”:    Resources    In-depth explanation    How can it help YOU and THEM    Layman’s ...
Creation Social Networking is based around content Importance of content creation:    For students: creativity, group w...
Blogs What are they?   Short for “web log” – online journal   My definition: “A tool for content creation and sharing”...
Podcasts Video or Audio Blogs How can they help…   … YOU:       Subscribe to resource-sharing podcasts       Professi...
Podcast Examples Jim Frankel – Managing Director of SoundTree:    http://fams.podomatic.com/ Scott Watson – Composer, M...
RSS/Syndication What is it??    RSS Syndication brings     the information to you RSS Feeds – List of  updates Feed Re...
Syndication Examples Blog Syndication    Integrated in Blog Platform!    FeedBurner – Advanced Features       Analytic...
RSS/Syndication Resources OPML – File containing multiple RSS Feeds   Import into RSS Reader   Music Education OPML    ...
Connection Social Networking is all about meeting people to  share ideas! Connecting with other music educators helps cr...
FacebookBefore we begin…IT IS POSSIBLE TO BE SAFE      ON FACEBOOK!
Facebook Personal Pages vs. Fan Pages Personal Pages – DON’T FRIEND THE STUDENTS    Control Default Privacy (Public, Fr...
Facebook Fan Pages NO personal communication is possible    NO Chat    NO Private Messages One-Way “Relationship”    ...
LinkedIn Online PROFESSIONAL Social Network “Connections,” NOT “Friends” Your Online Resume:    Summary, Experience (C...
Now… Take Out Your Phones!
Conversation As separated as we are, we need ways to continue  learning Conversation tools can also enhance your curricu...
Twitter: Micro-Blogging Twitter Basics    140-character “Tweets” to followers    Don’t need to accept a new follower   ...
Hashtags on Twitter In Twitter lingo…                  Hashtag = Keyword Hashtags let you search for specific topics So...
#MusEdChat on Twitter The Problems:    Teachers are Secluded    Not many music teachers at each school    This makes P...
#MusEdChat: The Chat Monday During the day:   Search for “#musedchat” to find topic poll (@jguarr) Monday Nights, 8pm E...
Other Twitter Resources: Lists Twitter List: Follow multiple users at once    Coworkers    Friends/Family    Interest ...
Twitter for Your Program Updates to the general  public (PR/Advocacy) Updates to students  (changes in plans) Updates t...
Google+ What is it?   Google’s “social network”   Centers around sharing What’s the buzz all about?   Control over wh...
#MusEdChat Extensions on G+ Extension of  #MusEdChat Twitter  discussions Lets you elaborate more  fully (remember, no  ...
MusicPLN.org PLN = Professional Learning  Network MusicPLN = Facebook for  Music Teachers! Groups, Forums, Events, and ...
Music PLN Forums
Skype Audio / Video Chat Educational Implications:   Elementary: Skype in    another class   Middle: Skype in a    col...
Collaboration Social Networking is about working together towards  a common goal! Benefits of collaboration for students...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRqUE6IHTEAGoogle Docs
Google Docs 3 Main Points:    Stored “On the Cloud”    Real-Time Collaboration    Revision History Document Types:   ...
Google Docs Applications for Teachers:    Collecting Information        Contact Information        Absence Request For...
Google Forms
Google Docs for Students Group Projects (Docs, Presentations):    Multiple Authors, One Doc    Real-Time Collaboration ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLYWikis
Wikis Group-Edited Website Great for projects  requiring multiple pages Safe and Secure  (Contained) YOU have total co...
Legal Considerations* Posting Student Content:    NEVER Full Names         First Names Only         Initials    Conse...
Legal Considerations* Closed Access Tools    Google Docs – Google Apps    Blogs – Edublogs    Wikis – WikiSpaces, PBWi...
To Recap: Creation       Conversation    Blogs          Twitter (#MusEdChat)    Podcasts       Google+ Connection  ...
Final Thoughts    The use of social networking tools should        ALWAYS be used to enhance your   curriculum, and NEVER ...
Questions?For more information:               http://andyzweibel.com                 Twitter: @Zweibz7      Facebook: http...
Social Networking for Music Educators - Using the Four "C's" of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program
Social Networking for Music Educators - Using the Four "C's" of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program
Social Networking for Music Educators - Using the Four "C's" of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program
Social Networking for Music Educators - Using the Four "C's" of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program
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This session from the 2012 TI:ME/JEN Conference provided a brief introduction to the many social networking resources available to music educators. It focused on the “4 Cs” (Creation, Connection, Conversation, Collaboration) that can help teachers use these resources in a safe way to help with organization in the program. More important, however, the session is focused on how these resources can be used to enhance students’ learning. This session gave examples of social networking use in all levels and disciplines, so it was applicable to all grade levels.

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  • [twitter]I am beginning my session: Social Networking for Music Educators. Join us using tag #timejen12![/twitter]
  • [twitter]All session materials are available at http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12 [/twitter]
  • [twitter]I will be sending out tweets using #timejen12 with discussion prompts – post your thoughts! We will be watching![/twitter]
  • [twitter]Web 2.0 is defined by Dynamic and Two-Way content[/twitter]
  • [twitter]The Four C’s of Social Networking: Creation, Connection, Conversation, Collaboration[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Resources for Creation: Blogging, Podcasting, RSS and Syndication[/twitter]
  • [twitter]How as a music educator can you use blogs to help your students?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Example of blogging in the music class: classroom blog by @jimfrankel: http://bit.ly/e5xJFM[/twitter]
  • [twitter]How as a music educator can you use podcasting to help your students?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Discussing RSS and Syndication: What is your favorite RSS Reader and Why?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Shout out to Murray, the @MusicEdNews robot![/twitter]
  • [twitter]Resources for Connection: Facebook, LinkedIn[/twitter]
  • [twitter]It IS possible to be safe on Facebook![/twitter]
  • [twitter]What are your favorite Facebook resources?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]We’re looking at the @SouthDadeBand Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/southdadeband [/twitter]
  • [twitter]LinkedIn: PROFESSIONAL social networking. What are your favorite resources?[/twitter]Groups: MENC, Universities, etc.
  • [twitter]POLL time: Which statement best describes your teaching situation? http://pollev.com/timejen12 [/twitter]Press F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll\r\nIn an emergency during your presentation, if the poll isn't showing, navigate to this link in your web browser:\r\nhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTY2MTQ3MTg5OQIf you like, you can use this slide as a template for your own voting slides. You might use a slide like this if you feel your audience would benefit from the picture showing a text message on a phone.
  • [twitter]Resources for Conversation: Twitter,Google+, #mpln, Skype[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Say hi, where you are from, and why you love Twitter to the TI:ME/JEN attendees using #timejen12! We are watching! #musedchat #musiced[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Discussing #MusEdChat on Twitter! Which chat was YOUR favorite?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Discussing the #mpln now! http://musicpln.org[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Moving on to Skype: How have YOU used it in your program?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Resources for collaboration: Google Docs, Wikis[/twitter]
  • [twitter]How have you used Google Docs or Wikis in your classroom?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]FINAL THOUGHTS: What social networking tool helps YOU the most in the classroom?[/twitter]
  • [twitter]Wrapping up here,thanks so much for your help, PLN![/twitter]
  • Social Networking for Music Educators - Using the Four "C's" of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program

    1. 1. Using the Four “C’s” of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program Andrew Zweibel South Dade Senior HS
    2. 2. Using the Four “C’s” of Social Networking to Help You and Your Program Andrew Zweibel South Dade Senior HS
    3. 3. Housekeeping Session Materials:  http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12  QR Code
    4. 4. Housekeeping
    5. 5. Housekeeping Session Materials:  http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12  QR Code  Handout  Slides  Embedded Presentation Audio Recording – available afterwards On Twitter? Use #timejen12 for discussion!  Not on Twitter yet? Just text to “40404” Questions? Ask away!
    6. 6. What IS Web 2.0 Anyway? Features of “Web 1.0”:  Static, One-Way Content  “Webmaster” creates content, public consumes content  Think of it as a scholarly journal  Example: FAQ Page, Contact Page Web 2.0 is…  Dynamic and Two-Way!  Content is created by all parties who access a site  Think of it as a professional conference  Example: YouTube, Wikipedia, Blogs
    7. 7. What is “Social Networking?” “Social Networking” describes a group of Web 2.0 services that help you meet people, and share ideas! Examples of Social Networking sites:  Facebook  MySpace  Flickr  LinkedIn  Twitter  Google+  Blogs  MusicPLN
    8. 8. In Other Words… Social Networking allows us to engage in the “4 C’s”:  Creation  Connection  Conversation  CollaborationThis style of tool isn’t just about posting information, it’s about sharing it and discussing it!
    9. 9. The Layout For Each of the “4 C’s”:  Resources  In-depth explanation  How can it help YOU and THEM  Layman’s terms!  Examples of real application by real music educators REMEMBER: All links are available at http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12
    10. 10. Creation Social Networking is based around content Importance of content creation:  For students: creativity, group work  For teachers: sharing with other teachers (new ideas) Resources:  Blogs  Podcasts  RSS and Syndication
    11. 11. Blogs What are they?  Short for “web log” – online journal  My definition: “A tool for content creation and sharing” How can they help…  … YOU:  Write a blog with your ideas  Subscribe to others’ blogs for their ideas  … THEM:  Have students contribute to blogs as part of class  Rehearsal Reflections, Listening Lessons, etc. Examples: MusicEdMajor.net, MusTech.net
    12. 12. Podcasts Video or Audio Blogs How can they help…  … YOU:  Subscribe to resource-sharing podcasts  Professional Development on your morning commute!  … THEM:  Create a podcast of your students’ work  Share with parents, friends, community – ADVOCACY! Not so fast! Legal considerations discussion coming later.
    13. 13. Podcast Examples Jim Frankel – Managing Director of SoundTree:  http://fams.podomatic.com/ Scott Watson – Composer, Music Tech Teacher:  What Music Means: http://whatmusicmeans.mypodcast.com/ Larry Marra – Retired Music Teacher  MusicTeachers’ 911: http://musicteachers911.com/
    14. 14. RSS/Syndication What is it??  RSS Syndication brings the information to you RSS Feeds – List of updates Feed Readers—Google Reader, Bloglines iOS Apps – FeedlerRSS, Flipboard
    15. 15. Syndication Examples Blog Syndication  Integrated in Blog Platform!  FeedBurner – Advanced Features  Analytics  Email Subscription  Adsense Podcast Syndication  Blog Integration—Plugins  iTunes Integration!
    16. 16. RSS/Syndication Resources OPML – File containing multiple RSS Feeds  Import into RSS Reader  Music Education OPML Project Web-based RSS Aggregation  MusicEdNews.com Professional Development in a Box!
    17. 17. Connection Social Networking is all about meeting people to share ideas! Connecting with other music educators helps create a PLN: Professional Learning Network  More on this to come… This is more for YOU than THEM Resources:  Facebook  LinkedIn
    18. 18. FacebookBefore we begin…IT IS POSSIBLE TO BE SAFE ON FACEBOOK!
    19. 19. Facebook Personal Pages vs. Fan Pages Personal Pages – DON’T FRIEND THE STUDENTS  Control Default Privacy (Public, Friends, Custom)  How You Connect – Who can find you  Tagging, Apps, Past Posts, etc.  Benefits:  Connection with other music educators  “I Teach Music Technology” Group: http://facebook.com/groups/musictechnology  “Band Directors” Group: http://facebook.com/groups/banddirectors  Connecting with Resource Providers (specials)
    20. 20. Facebook Fan Pages NO personal communication is possible  NO Chat  NO Private Messages One-Way “Relationship”  You don’t need to approve who “Likes” your page  You can’t contact anyone who “Likes” your page directly Fan Page for Your Program  News from your program  Links worth reading (for students)  Media (photos, videos) of your program – PR!  Create events for your concerts using the page  Post the event on your page, students can invite their friends
    21. 21. LinkedIn Online PROFESSIONAL Social Network “Connections,” NOT “Friends” Your Online Resume:  Summary, Experience (Current, Past), Education  AND: Websites, Online Presences Recommendations Groups Resume Generator Job Applications (Sometimes)
    22. 22. Now… Take Out Your Phones!
    23. 23. Conversation As separated as we are, we need ways to continue learning Conversation tools can also enhance your curriculum Resources:  Twitter  Google+  MusicPLN  Skype
    24. 24. Twitter: Micro-Blogging Twitter Basics  140-character “Tweets” to followers  Don’t need to accept a new follower  Replies, Retweets (FWD) Twitter is NOT about telling people what you ate for breakfast! Twitter IS a blogging platform Twitter IS a tool for content creation and sharing. Twitter IS an incredible medium for professional development
    25. 25. Hashtags on Twitter In Twitter lingo… Hashtag = Keyword Hashtags let you search for specific topics Some examples:  #followfriday  #musiced  #mpln  #edchat
    26. 26. #MusEdChat on Twitter The Problems:  Teachers are Secluded  Not many music teachers at each school  This makes Professional Development hard! The Solution:  #MusEdChat  Weekly Twitter Chat on Music Education
    27. 27. #MusEdChat: The Chat Monday During the day:  Search for “#musedchat” to find topic poll (@jguarr) Monday Nights, 8pm Eastern Time:  Sign on Twitter (or use an app!)  Search for “#musedchat”  Read the Tweets  Respond using #musedchat hashtag  Reply  Retweet  Ask Questions!
    28. 28. Other Twitter Resources: Lists Twitter List: Follow multiple users at once  Coworkers  Friends/Family  Interest Groups (Miami Hurricane Sports) Dr. J. Pisano (MusTech.net): Top Music Educators  @pisanojm/mused Make your own list!  Twitter Homepage -> Lists -> Create a List
    29. 29. Twitter for Your Program Updates to the general public (PR/Advocacy) Updates to students (changes in plans) Updates to parents on trips  TwitPic Memorable Moments Links back to your program’s website
    30. 30. Google+ What is it?  Google’s “social network”  Centers around sharing What’s the buzz all about?  Control over who you share with  No character limit (more in-depth conversations)  Circles – “Groups” of friends  Hangouts – Group Video Chat
    31. 31. #MusEdChat Extensions on G+ Extension of #MusEdChat Twitter discussions Lets you elaborate more fully (remember, no character limit!) Find me on Google+ (Link on my Website) for more information
    32. 32. MusicPLN.org PLN = Professional Learning Network MusicPLN = Facebook for Music Teachers! Groups, Forums, Events, and more“The two things about MPLNthat set it apart are the amazingamount of integration withother social networks and thecaliber of the people who areinvolved in this PLN.” -Thomas J. West
    33. 33. Music PLN Forums
    34. 34. Skype Audio / Video Chat Educational Implications:  Elementary: Skype in another class  Middle: Skype in a colleague for a private lesson  High: Skype in a composer!
    35. 35. Collaboration Social Networking is about working together towards a common goal! Benefits of collaboration for students:  Helps build interpersonal skills  Teamwork/Leadership skills  Differentiated Instruction Resources:  Google Docs  Wikis
    36. 36. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRqUE6IHTEAGoogle Docs
    37. 37. Google Docs 3 Main Points:  Stored “On the Cloud”  Real-Time Collaboration  Revision History Document Types:  Documents  Spreadsheets (Forms)  Presentations  Drawings
    38. 38. Google Docs Applications for Teachers:  Collecting Information  Contact Information  Absence Request Form  Music Library Check-Out  Grade Book: On The Go!  Festival Management Applications for Students  Collaborative Group Projects!
    39. 39. Google Forms
    40. 40. Google Docs for Students Group Projects (Docs, Presentations):  Multiple Authors, One Doc  Real-Time Collaboration  Revision History  You can play big brother! Student Leadership:  Uniform Check-Out  Music Library Additions  List of Equipment Needed http://docs.google.com
    41. 41. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLYWikis
    42. 42. Wikis Group-Edited Website Great for projects requiring multiple pages Safe and Secure (Contained) YOU have total control http://www.wikispaces.com http://pbworks.com
    43. 43. Legal Considerations* Posting Student Content:  NEVER Full Names  First Names Only  Initials  Consent Form From Parents Posting Media of Students  NEVER Full Names  Consent Form From Parents Consult Your Administration* I am NOT a lawyer!
    44. 44. Legal Considerations* Closed Access Tools  Google Docs – Google Apps  Blogs – Edublogs  Wikis – WikiSpaces, PBWiki General Rules of Thumb:  No Open Account Creation  NO Full Names!  No images/videos/recordings without consent* I am NOT a lawyer!
    45. 45. To Recap: Creation  Conversation  Blogs  Twitter (#MusEdChat)  Podcasts  Google+ Connection  MusicPLN  Facebook  Skype  LinkedIn  Collaboration  Google Docs  Wikis
    46. 46. Final Thoughts The use of social networking tools should ALWAYS be used to enhance your curriculum, and NEVER be used to replace your curriculum. “Teach Music: The Technology Will Follow” -Barbara Freedman, TI:ME Mike Kovins Teacher of the Year
    47. 47. Questions?For more information: http://andyzweibel.com Twitter: @Zweibz7 Facebook: http://facebook.com/azweibel Email: andy@andyzweibel.com Don’t forget! Materials/Audio available at: http://andyzweibel.com/timejen12

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