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3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
3 steps (+twitter) to student engagement
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  • 1. 3 Steps (+Twitter) to Engaging Students Benjamin Ang BUS / LAW Slideshare.net/benjaminang
  • 2. Objectives • Select and use the correct free and user-friendly technology tools • Develop lesson plans to use the technology to increase student engagement and assess understanding in real time • Learn how to avoid some of the common pitfalls that would hinder your effectiveness
  • 3. Come and visit me online • www.facebook.com/benjaminangck • www.twitter.com/benjaminang • www.youtube.com/benjaminangck • http://techmusicartandlaw.blogspot.com • sg.linkedin.com/in/benjaminangck/ • www.slideshare.net/benjaminang • Other projects – http://emlblog.blogspot.com – www.twitter.com/emusiclab
  • 4. Start a Twitter account • Go to www.twitter.com • Don’t worry, you can delete it later • Choose a name for yourself – mine is “benjaminang” • Click “Sign up for Twitter”
  • 5. Choose who to follow • Follow one of the recommended accounts • Or search for people (public figures or friends) to follow • Follow the other participants in this session!
  • 6. Start your own tweets! • Click on the blue quill pen • Keep it short – 140 characters (slightly less than SMS)
  • 7. How Twitter works by default • All your tweets are public • People who follow you will see your tweets in their news feed • Others my find your tweets if they search Twitter for key words • Try tweeting “I enjoy prunepickledchocolates” • Now search for “prunepickledchocolates” • You can make your tweets private (“protected”)
  • 8. Now the truth about Twitter • Many students are making their accounts protected • Try http://todaysmeet.com/3steps
  • 9. DEMO LESSON
  • 10. HOW A CONTRACT IS MADE DEMO LECTURE
  • 11. International software company MACRO-SOFT offers Marie a contract to develop a new smartphone application for them, to be released in time for the Christmas season. Is there a contract?
  • 12. Elements of contract Invitation to Treat • Advertisements • Displays Offer • Can be terminated by • Withdrawal • Rejection / Counter Offer • Lapse of Time Acceptance • Must be communicated • Unless covered by • Postal Rule or • Electronic Transactions Act Consideration
  • 13. Discussion at • Answer at http://todaysmeet.com/3steps • Is there a contract in each case? – MACRO-SOFT places an ad in FaceBook. Marie sends them an email “I’m your man” – MACRO-SOFT makes the offer. Before Marie accepts, they withdraw. – MACRO-SOFT offers to pay $10,000. Marie asks for $20,000 instead. – Marie accepts after Chinese New Year.
  • 14. What was the Lesson Plan?
  • 15. Try creating your own • Visit www.todaysmeet.com • Follow the instructions • Tell us the name of your “meet” so we can join you
  • 16. PITFALLS AND SOLUTIONS GROUP DISCUSSION
  • 17. What are some obstacles?
  • 18. How could we solve them?
  • 19. Ground Rules for Discussion • We will respect the other users of the room • The lecturer may delete offensive or annoying posts or shut down the room if necessary • We will ignore attention-seekers who are not contributing meaningfully
  • 20. Socrative • Visit http://m.socrative.com • Join Room Number 179333 • What do you think of COE prices? A – They are too low B – They are just right C – They are too high D – I have no opinion
  • 21. Poll Everywhere • Visit http://pollev.com/benjaminang • In what ways are students today different from the past?
  • 22. The Back Up Plan
  • 23. Back to Poll Everywhere • Visit http://pollev.com/benjaminang • What did you find interesting or useful today?

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