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  • 1. Social, Professional and Academic Networking: Ready for School?<br />David Jakes TechForum Chicago<br />
  • 2. &quot;Right now we are in the middle of a very polarized public discourse about kids use of digital media...” <br />Connie Yowell, MacArthur Foundation<br />
  • 3. “We get a little bit stuck in the 19th century vision of something that happens in a single institution, in a single place, and at a particular time…”<br />
  • 4. Kids…<br />73% text message<br />14% blog<br />8% use Twitter<br />38% share content, 21% remix<br />8-18, 2004-09, 39-66%<br />27% go online PEW Internet, Kaiser<br />
  • 5. WebKinz<br />
  • 6. Poptropica<br />
  • 7. Data from http://www.kzero.co.uk<br />
  • 8. Interact to Create a Presence (representing yourself)<br />“If I can’t find you on Google, do you exist?”<br />New Yorker Magazine<br />
  • 9. Interact to Participate (representing your connections)<br />Image courtesy of Hugh McLoed, gapingvoid.com<br />
  • 10. Interact to Learn (representing your understanding)<br />
  • 11. Social networking: the process of connecting and interacting with people through social media…140 character discourses in Twitter, posting on a wall in Facebook, or creating a video response to someone in YouTube.<br />
  • 12. Social media:  any form of media that resides in social spaces and promotes social interaction or results from that interaction… Flickr, Facebook, Wikis, del.icio.us, Etherpad, Wikipedia, and YouTube.<br />
  • 13. Today…<br /> Handout <br /> Online resources | jakes.editme.com<br />Structure<br />
  • 14. Which of the following do you use? <br />Twitter<br />Facebook<br />Blogging tool<br />RSS Reader or Aggregator such as Google Reader or Bloglines<br />
  • 15. Characterize your school environment… <br />mp3/iPods  <br />open wireless<br />bring your own tools <br />student cell phones <br />social media available [YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook] <br />
  • 16. What do you block?<br />via @willrich45<br />
  • 17. What are your perceptions of &quot;social networking?&quot;  <br />
  • 18. What does it mean to be well-educated in the 21st Century?   <br />
  • 19. Rich Halverson:  &quot;Digital media provides a path to personalizing and customizing learning…this has meant that digitally literate young people have come to understand that there are at least two living channels for learning - 1) an institutional channel, and 2) a peer-driven, interest-driven, and unregulated digital media channel.<br />
  • 20. Mimi Ito:  &quot;Students engage in friendship and interest-based activities. They need an academic intervention…” <br />( see two videos)<br />
  • 21. What role does social networking play in teaching and learning within the formal space of schools?  <br />
  • 22. What role does networking play in teaching and learning within the formal space of schools?  <br />
  • 23. What are we really talking about?  What skills are embedded in social networking?  <br />
  • 24. How do we scale this?  <br />
  • 25. What&apos;s your next step?  What is your organization&apos;s next step?  <br />

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