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Learning Technology Zone: Thoughts and Ideas for Youth Ministers

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So our teens are tech savvy? What is possible on a bare bones budget that will allow us to collaborate and be creative in our being Digital Disciples? Is it possible to model using the technology …

So our teens are tech savvy? What is possible on a bare bones budget that will allow us to collaborate and be creative in our being Digital Disciples? Is it possible to model using the technology they are comfortable with to be every day disciples?

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  • 1. Caroline Cerveny, SSJ-TOSF President and Founder, Interactive Connections Youth Ministry Evening Learning Technology Zone: Thoughts and Ideas for Youth Ministers
  • 2. Doors of Faith
  • 3. Tonight’sFocus 1.Digital Citizenship and Social Media 2.Tools for Projects 3.Learning Activities
  • 4. Digital Citizenship 1. National - http://www.usccb.org/about/communications/social-media-guidelines.cfm 2. Diocesan Policy 3. Parish or School Policy 4. http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/
  • 5. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP and Social Media
  • 6. Digital Citizenship and Social Media  People all over the planet interact using various technologies.  This interaction has created a digital society.  In any society,it is expected that digital citizens act in a certain way—according to accepted norms,rules,and laws.  Most of today’s youth are entirely comfortable with technology,but are they using it appropriately?  Do they understand their roles and responsibilities in digital society?  Do they know how to be Digital Disciples and Digital Citizens? Source: Bailey and Ribble: Digital Citizenship in Schools
  • 7. A View of Teenagers Today • 95% of teens spend time with friends face to face • 93% of teens ages 12-17 use the Internet • 68% send instant messages • 65% use social networking sites • 64% of online teens are content creators
  • 8. Other Models and Resources
  • 9. Social Networking Demographics 38 77 75 57 30 19 10 7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 12-14 15-18 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Percent with a Social Networking Profile Source: Pew Internet
  • 10. Tools for Projects
  • 11. 7 Tools for the Digital Classroom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiU4eCosPMQ
  • 12. Buzz: How could you use? 1. Comic Life 2. Skype 3. YouTube 4. Awesome Screenshot 5. Poll Everywhere 6. QR Codes 7. Explain Everything
  • 13. http://catechesis20.org
  • 14. Intro – Learn - Suggestions
  • 15. Learning Activities
  • 16. Embrace Social Media
  • 17. Twitter (Class Account) Ask a question, invite students to respond back to the question. Twitter records the conversation.
  • 18. ePals
  • 19. ePals Global Community http://www.epals.com Distance learning projects by sharing video, image, or audio feeds of “a typical celebration of Baptism” or “a typical Lent Stations of the Cross,” and they can use the blog with their ePal to communicate experiences back and forth.
  • 20. SCVNGR – http://scvngr.com
  • 21. SCVNGR What scavenger hunt could you set-up in your parish? Local area? Is a church pilgrimage possible? Other? What about engaging your parish youth ministry group in creating and setting up the scavenger hunt for your junior high students OR FORA FAMILY EVENT?
  • 22. Oral History Project What oral history project could you do in your parish? Using ipadio for a podcast from a cellphone: http://ipadio.com …and Blogger: http://www.blogger.com See pages 76-77, HelpYour Child Learn with Cell Phones andWeb 2.0, by Liz Kolb. Order at: http://bit.ly/16uomF7
  • 23. Photo Mapping our Saints Kids use their cell phones to take photos of images of saints around your city/town. (over several months with a deadline). Using http://www.flickr.com See pages 78-79, HelpYour Child Learn with Cell Phones andWeb 2.0, by Liz Kolb. Order at: http://bit.ly/16uomF7
  • 24. Resources http://catholictechtalk.com/mobile-apps/http://catholictechtalk.com/mobile-apps/
  • 25. Follow the Mobile Applications review at Catholic TechTalk - http://catholicte chtalk.com/mobi le-apps/
  • 26. Another reviewer at - http://catholicapps.c om
  • 27. Digital Discipleship  How do we model that we are a Digital Disciple?  Explore – Digital Discipleship! http://www.slideshare.net/ccerveny/digital-discipleship- 9985142 or http://slidesha.re/X9rWwf  See Digital Discipleship - http://convergemagazine.com/digital-discipleship-1090/
  • 28. Questions or Comments?  Email: c.cerveny@verizon.net  Twitter: @ccerveny  ACyberPilgrim.org  Catechesis20.org Slides 5, 6, 8 & 9 from: Digital Citizenship and Social Media in the Classroom and Life