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Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
Teacher Online Social Networks
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  • 1. Teacher OnlineSocial Networks Dr. Camille Rutherford Brock University CSSE 09
  • 2. Teacher Social Networks
  • 3. Teacher Social Networks
  • 4. Network Features• Member profile• Discussion• Blogs• Groups (public/private) • Resource sharing • Friend/Buddy list • Chat
  • 5. Tapped In •Created in 1997 by SRI •Platform for online professional development •Discussion groups •Libraryof resources •Synchronous Chat
  • 6. Facebook Groups Created in • 2004 Participant • driven •Discussion Photo • sharing •Friends •Message
  • 7. Facebook Groups User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed User Name Removed
  • 8. Ning •Created in 2005 •Socialnetwork platform •Easy to use •Multiple networks •Discussion groups •Blogs •Friends •Video/photo •Google ads
  • 9. Ning: Localized Networks
  • 10. TeachAde •Created in 2007 •For profit (Advertising & sales) •Database of resources •Blogs •Calendar •Video
  • 11. Brock Learning Network •Created in 2008 •Private •Localized •Personalized •Links to resources •Blogs •Groups •Discussion •Calendar •Video •Faculty, students, teachers
  • 12. Why Join a Network?
  • 13. Why Join a Network?
  • 14. Why Join a Network?
  • 15. Why Join a Network?
  • 16. Sharing
  • 17. Professional ....... Pro flec ue l o g na Re fes tion ial ioD ess sio of na Pr l Pr al of Int es on si g er sio es nin ac na of ar tio l Pr e n L
  • 18. Teacher OnlineSocial Networks
  • 19. E ? A R Teacher IOnline C Social D L Networks O U S H HYW
  • 20. Benefits•Reduce professional isolation•Dissemination of ideas/resources•Collaborative problem solving•Distributed leadership•Early warning system Online learning communities have the potential to significantly enhance teaching practice (Barab, MaKinster, Moore, & Cunningham, 2001; Gomez, Sherin, Griesdorn, & Finn, 2008; Klinger, 2004; Schlager & Fusco, 2003)
  • 21. Implications•Creation of regional / local networks•Social network analysis •Identify leadership potential • Network densityhttp://twitter.com/crutherford crutherford@brocku.ca

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