Social Media and                                   Student Devices:                                   Developing          ...
800pound or363.6 kg
Dean Shareski…   photo by ben grey
photo by ryan bretag                       Carolyn Foote…
Scott Floyd…   photo by ben grey
Who are you?K-8, Secondary, Higher EdIndependent schoolsTeachers, AdministratorsLibrariansIndustry/ConsultingOpen device p...
How this works…Opening statement by each panelistBig questions-timedRapid Fire questionsRedirectQuestions/Yah Buts…jakes.e...
How this works…Opening statement by each panelistBig questions-timedRapid Fire questionsRedirectQuestions/Yah Buts…jakes.e...
Opening statements…
Why social media? Whats theimportance to learning?
Do we need guidelines for socialmedia use by organizations? Byteachers? Why or why not?
Should you providerecommendations for a teacherspersonal use of social media?
Should you post student first andlast names on content they create atschool?
BYOD. Make a case for, oragainst, permitting student-owned devices in schools.
"You Hunt Where the Ducks Are. Mystudents are on Facebook." Is this avalid reason for using Facebook as atool in school?. ...
How do you get organizationalbuy-in for change relating todisruptive technologies such associal media and cell phones?
Social means social. Should youengage in two-way communicationon your social media platforms andcomment back to responders?
Where is the line between permittingfreedom of experimentation and innovationfor educators and the organizational needfor ...
Who are you paying attention toright now and why?                   Via Twitter, from ijohnpederson
Social Media and Student Device Policy Panel TechForum Texas
Social Media and Student Device Policy Panel TechForum Texas
Social Media and Student Device Policy Panel TechForum Texas
Social Media and Student Device Policy Panel TechForum Texas
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    1. 1. Social Media and Student Devices: Developing Guidelines Dean Shareski Scott Floyd Carolyn Foote David Jakes (moderator) TechForum TexasDennis Mancini (@snapini), Cisco
    2. 2. 800pound or363.6 kg
    3. 3. Dean Shareski… photo by ben grey
    4. 4. photo by ryan bretag Carolyn Foote…
    5. 5. Scott Floyd… photo by ben grey
    6. 6. Who are you?K-8, Secondary, Higher EdIndependent schoolsTeachers, AdministratorsLibrariansIndustry/ConsultingOpen device policy?
    7. 7. How this works…Opening statement by each panelistBig questions-timedRapid Fire questionsRedirectQuestions/Yah Buts…jakes.editme.com
    8. 8. How this works…Opening statement by each panelistBig questions-timedRapid Fire questionsRedirectQuestions/Yah Buts…jakes.editme.com
    9. 9. Opening statements…
    10. 10. Why social media? Whats theimportance to learning?
    11. 11. Do we need guidelines for socialmedia use by organizations? Byteachers? Why or why not?
    12. 12. Should you providerecommendations for a teacherspersonal use of social media?
    13. 13. Should you post student first andlast names on content they create atschool?
    14. 14. BYOD. Make a case for, oragainst, permitting student-owned devices in schools.
    15. 15. "You Hunt Where the Ducks Are. Mystudents are on Facebook." Is this avalid reason for using Facebook as atool in school?. Is Facebook a validlearning platform?(Jeff Nunokawa, source: http://bit.ly/erjjxt)
    16. 16. How do you get organizationalbuy-in for change relating todisruptive technologies such associal media and cell phones?
    17. 17. Social means social. Should youengage in two-way communicationon your social media platforms andcomment back to responders?
    18. 18. Where is the line between permittingfreedom of experimentation and innovationfor educators and the organizational needfor "consistent/safe/within the boundaries"tools supplied by the school district?
    19. 19. Who are you paying attention toright now and why? Via Twitter, from ijohnpederson

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