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    • 1. Using Social Networking in Learning<br />
    • 2. Poll<br />http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTY5MTUxNzEyNg<br />
    • 3. Examples of Social Networks<br />Social<br />Facebook, MySpace, Friendstr<br />Micro-Blogging<br />Twitter, Plurk<br />Professional<br />LinkedIn<br />Organizations/Groups<br />Ning<br />
    • 4. Social Media Revolution<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIFYPQjYhv8<br />
    • 5. Why Social Networking in Ed?<br />Creating Beneficial Digital Footprints<br />Showing students “how to set up or clean up profiles”<br />Communicate with ALL students<br />Communicate with SOME parents<br />Engage using a student technology toy and turning it into a learning tool!<br />
    • 6. More Benefits<br />Online Universities are now offering classes and all materials through facebook, which makes them available to students in all countries, even those without the funding to otherwise receive an education.<br />Teachers are offering extra help and are more available to their students via Facebook and MySpace.<br />Student-teacher relationships can grow even after students have left the classroom.  For many students, this means the ability to keep in touch with an important mentor.<br />For at-risk students, online communication can keep them connected via classroom pages and groups led by a teacher during vacations when they would otherwise risk being completely disconnected from the positive influences of school.<br />
    • 7. Applications on Facebook for Learning<br />http://www.astd.org/LC/2009/0709_ellis.htm<br />
    • 8. Concerns with Social Networking in Learning<br />Cyberbullying.<br />Teachers using social networks for their own personal unrelated-to-education uses, and being discovered by their students, inadvertently setting bad examples.<br />The (unfortunately more than) one-in-a-million person giving teachers and social networks a bad name by misusing social networks to connect with their students in inappropriate ways.<br />
    • 9. Examples of Use<br />11th Grade <br />English/Psychology<br />Facebook<br />
    • 10. Examples of Use<br />English 10<br />Great Gatsby<br />Facebook Profiles that are characters from novel<br />
    • 11. Examples of Use<br />Language Arts<br />Class Homepage<br />
    • 12. Examples of Use<br />AP English<br />Reading Response<br />
    • 13. Examples of Use<br />Western Civilization<br />10th grade<br />Medieval Spaces<br />Historical Figures<br />
    • 14. Examples of Use<br />English/LA<br />10th grade<br />Live Poets Society<br />Bronx, NY<br />http://livepoetssocietybx.ning.com/<br />
    • 15. Authors on Facebook<br />
    • 16. Doctors on Facebook<br />
    • 17. Study Groups<br />
    • 18. Discussion Groups<br />
    • 19. Activism/Fundraising<br />
    • 20. Teachers on Facebook<br />Groups<br />Educators using Facebook<br />Edubloggers<br />
    • 21. Social Network for Parents!<br />http://parentella.com/<br />
    • 22. WHAT IS TWITTER?<br />Micro-Blogging social network where you post messages in 140 characters or less. You can follow or be followed.<br />
    • 23. Twitter in 1935<br />
    • 24. Twitter with Learning<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WPVWDkF7U8<br />
    • 25. TWITTER<br />http://twitter.com<br />Informal PD: Network of educators<br />Lkolb<br />Sign up for your own Account<br />Twitter Handbook for Teachers: http://www.scribd.com/doc/14062777<br />Educators on Twitter:http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pM_ZE5BS0SgqDabnhl8Z2aA<br />
    • 26. TWITTER in Education<br />Twitter Stories by Elementary Students<br />http://twitter.com/manyvoices<br />High School English Teacher’s Office Hours<br />http://twitter.com/MrWilsonBDHS<br />Social Studies: Follow members of Congress<br />https://valtsvirtual.wikispaces.com/American+Government<br />English Twitter Assignment: http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=22572<br />Gater Radio on Twitter: http://gatorradio.blogspot.com/<br />2nd Graders Using Twitter: http://www.clickorlando.com/video/18912902/index.html<br />
    • 27. Twitter Glossery<br />Tweet<br />Reply to (@)<br />Reply to a specific person publicly, put the @before their twitter name<br />Retweet (RT)<br />When you are re-tweeting a message that someone already posted…give them credit.<br />Credit to Original Sender (Via)<br />When you are Retweeting Information from many people, give the originator credit with (via)<br />Direct Message (DM)<br />Send a private message<br />Hashtags (#) <br />For referencing a specific group, organization, class, conference or topic. Makes posts easily searchable.<br />
    • 28. Myths on Social Networking<br />Myth# 1: The sexual abuse of children has jumped, largely because of the surge in Internet predators.<br />Myth #2: Internet predators are a new threat to children.<br />Myth #3: Children should not interact with strangers online because of the potential for abuse.<br />Myth #4: Most Internet predators are pedophiles.<br />Myth #5: Internet predators often use deception to abduct and forcibly rape their victims.<br />

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