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NEASC Presentation on Social Media to the Commission on Public Secondary Schools

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  • Social Media in Education NEASC CPSS September 26, 2011
  • From slideshare Presentation by Lyn Hilt and Eric Sheninger
  • Why do we need to embrace Social Media? "Students in the 21st century should have experience with and develop skills around technological tools used in the classroom and the world around them. Through this they will learn about technology and learn through technology. In addition, they must be able to select the most appropriate tools to address particular needs." ( From NCTE's Framework for 21st Century Curriculum and Assessment ) 2007
  • Why do we need to embrace Social Media? " Just as media and technology are integrated in school and life in the twenty-first century, skills related to media use (both critical analysis and production of media) are integrated throughout the standards. . " ( From Common Core State Standards ) 2011
  • Why do we need to embrace Social Media? " To promote student learning through the use of mobile learning devices and social media in instruction that further prepares students to be active, constructive participants in the highly connected world in which they already live and will soon work. ." ( From NASSP Position Statement on Using Mobile and Social Technologies in school ) 2011
  • This is why... " For most of the twentieth century our educational system has been built on the assumption that teaching is necessary for learning to occur. Accordingly, education has been seen as a process of transferring information from a higher authority (the teacher) down to the student. This model, however, just can’t keep up with the rapid rate of change in the twenty-first century." Thomas, Douglas (2011). A New Culture of Learning:  Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change (Kindle Locations 321-323). CreateSpace. Kindle Edition.
  • 10 Historic Tweets From History Facebook Pages Have Changed Our World Some Examples of Social Media's Impact on Our World
  • How to start... Google Alerts - Track your own digital presence Google Reader - Follow Blogs How to use Google Reader Video Series Some blogs to follow: Free Technology For Teachers Apps In Education  - Reviews iPad apps
  • How to start... Diigo - Social Bookmarking Video overview of Diigo My Diigo Bookmarks
  • How to start... Twitter -  Angela Maiers Twitter Wiki Page Kathy Schrock's Twitter Resource Page Cybraryman's Twitter Page
  • How to start...   Alternatives to Twitter - For Backchannel Today's Meet Twiducate
  • Other tools I love... Livebinders  - Check out the top 10  Scribd Flickr Edmodo Google +
  • Social Media is Learning Media L - Lurk E - Experiment A - Assess R - Respond N - Network
  • Patrick -   My Blog -  patrickmlarkin.com Twitter -  @bhsprincipal Cell - 339 234-1673 e-mail - [email_address] Contact Info: