Social Media        C Brophy       Tools in the        NHSTA 2011        Meredith, NH   Science                       Clas...
SOCIAL MEDIA   “Social media broadly defined consists of any    online platform or channel for user generated    content....
Learning does not occur inisolation
Start Small               140 Characters               or less
“This is where social media works sowell – because it removes thebarriers of geography andtime, enabling people to sociali...
Who do YOU know?         twitter.com/nasa
@TheScienceGuy
The Hashtag  #scichat
Global CollaborationTHE SCIENCE CLASSROOM
Personal Learning Networks
SHAREShare and Share Alike
They’re Using Social Media Shedd Aquarium on Facebook
pe   National Geographic   NASA   DISCOVERY HEALTH   SIERRA CLUB   SCIENCE NOW   SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN   NRAO Nationa...
Other Social Tools PollEverywhere Edmodo Voicethread Wallwisher Backchannel Skype Posterous
SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCIENTISTS Butsocial media platforms aren’t just digital water coolers. They are the way the world is ne...
NHSTA 2011: Social Media Tools in the Science Classroom
NHSTA 2011: Social Media Tools in the Science Classroom
NHSTA 2011: Social Media Tools in the Science Classroom
NHSTA 2011: Social Media Tools in the Science Classroom
NHSTA 2011: Social Media Tools in the Science Classroom
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NHSTA 2011: Social Media Tools in the Science Classroom

  1. 1. Social Media C Brophy Tools in the NHSTA 2011 Meredith, NH Science ClassroomNHSTE
  2. 2. SOCIAL MEDIA “Social media broadly defined consists of any online platform or channel for user generated content. By this definition, for example, WordPress, Sharepoint, and Lithium qualify as social media, as do YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.”  Joe Cothrel, Lithium Technologies  From: “30 Social Media Definitions”, HEIDI COHEN, May 9, 2011.
  3. 3. Learning does not occur inisolation
  4. 4. Start Small  140 Characters or less
  5. 5. “This is where social media works sowell – because it removes thebarriers of geography andtime, enabling people to socialisewith the people they choose to, onthe topics they choose to, not justthe people and subjects thatcircumstances dictate.” Jonathon Dodd, Change Agent
  6. 6. Who do YOU know? twitter.com/nasa
  7. 7. @TheScienceGuy
  8. 8. The Hashtag #scichat
  9. 9. Global CollaborationTHE SCIENCE CLASSROOM
  10. 10. Personal Learning Networks
  11. 11. SHAREShare and Share Alike
  12. 12. They’re Using Social Media Shedd Aquarium on Facebook
  13. 13. pe National Geographic NASA DISCOVERY HEALTH SIERRA CLUB SCIENCE NOW SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN NRAO National Radio Astronomy Observatory
  14. 14. Other Social Tools PollEverywhere Edmodo Voicethread Wallwisher Backchannel Skype Posterous
  15. 15. SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCIENTISTS Butsocial media platforms aren’t just digital water coolers. They are the way the world is networking and communicating. They are how and where we share information – with friends, colleagues, acquaintances and any and everyone else.  Christie Wilcox,Scientific America, Sep 27, 2011

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