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  • Social networksforschools2

    1. 1. Social Networking for Schools Ben Wilkoff 12.09.10
    2. 2. This is not a presentation.This is a conversation.
    3. 3. Our group code onhttp://edmodo.com is 9999rlPost questions, ideas, responses and resources.
    4. 4. Why do we need a network?
    5. 5. People give continually, resources give once.
    6. 6. Email is not a network.
    7. 7. Discussion doesn’t just happen. It must be cultivated.
    8. 8. Community requires a space.
    9. 9. Why does it need to be social?
    10. 10. Learning is a social process.
    11. 11. Personal and Professional lines are teacher-created*.*They still need to be drawn, but we need to know when they don’t apply.
    12. 12. Literacy is knowing how totell and understand stories.
    13. 13. Differentiation is done by listening.
    14. 14. What is worth sharing?
    15. 15. Captured Learning
    16. 16. Reflected Practice
    17. 17. Action Research**Anything going on in a classroom is Action Research.
    18. 18. Aggregated Resources
    19. 19. How are we modelinglearning in the network? How do we let students own it?
    20. 20. Student-Generated Spaces
    21. 21. Change-Directed Curriculum
    22. 22. Remix and Reuse
    23. 23. Continuing theConversation
    24. 24. We need a SocialNetwork in our schools.
    25. 25. Ben Wilkoff @bhwilkoff 303.720.6269http://learningischange.com

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