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Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12
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Social Media in the Classroom - ICTEV Conf Gail Casey May12

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An Action Research study - Deakin University. Teaching and Learning can look very differently using social media in the classroom.

An Action Research study - Deakin University. Teaching and Learning can look very differently using social media in the classroom.

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  • Designing For Learning Using Social And Participatory MediaGail Casey45 min presentation on Saturday, 26 May 2012 16:45 - 17:30 in room Room 06 TAGS: 2012, Primary educators, Secondary educators, Tertiary educators, ICT Leaders, VELS 4, School principals, VELS 5, VELS 6, collaboration, learning spaces, Social media, Designing for Learning, action research, Web 2.0Where and how students learn is changing as mobile learning and social media become part of their everyday life. As a result of this phenomenon, what it means to teach and learn is changing as new technologies make it possible to easily tap into the knowledge and skills that students bring with them into the classroom. Valuing their often hidden talents can be a difficult task within the school curriculum. This PhD classroom action research found, venturing beyond the walls of the classroom, to design learning that involves knowledge-building activities, is well supported by the integration of online social media, Web 2.0 and face-to-face teaching; producing a flexible student-centred environment.Share and connect? TwitterFacebookDiigodel.icio.usLinkedInAll delegates attending this session must bring and ensure:Student and classroom examples will be discussed and shown including:Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:http://webtowhere.ning.com/group/globalclassroomprojectshttp://webtowhere.ning.com/group/studentgroupshttp://onedayoneworld.pbworks.com/w/page/28214235/One-Day-One-Worldhttp://ghs2010.ning.com/group/onedayoneworldglobalprojecthttp://ghs2011.ning.com/http://thefourcornersclassroom.wikispaces.com/http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=97161http://gcasey.wikispaces.com/Presentations
  • Where and how students learn is changing as mobile learning and social media become part of their everyday life.
  • As a result of this phenomenon, what it means to teach and learn is changing as new technologies make it possible to easily tap into the knowledge and skills that students bring with them into the classroom
  • Valuing their often hidden talents can be a difficult task within the school curriculum.
  • This PhD classroom action research found: venturing beyond the walls of the classroom, to design learning that involves knowledge-building activities, is well supported by the integration of online social media, Web 2.0 and face-to-face teaching; producing a flexible student-centred environment.
  • http://webtowhere.ning.com/group/globalclassroomprojectshttp://webtowhere.ning.com/group/studentgroupshttp://onedayoneworld.pbworks.com/w/page/28214235/One-Day-One-Worldhttp://ghs2010.ning.com/group/onedayoneworldglobalprojecthttp://ghs2011.ning.com/http://thefourcornersclassroom.wikispaces.com/http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=97161http://gcasey.wikispaces.com/Presentations
  • This PhD classroom action research study, with 18 months of data collection, found that: venturing beyond the walls of the classroom, to design learning that involves knowledge-building activities, is well supported by the integration of online social media, Web 2.0 and face-to-face teaching; producing a flexible student-centred environment.
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    • 1. ICTEV Conference Melbourne, Victoria A PhD Action Research Study 25th May, 2012Designing For Learning UsingSocial & Participatory MediaGail Casey, Geelong HS / Deakin University
    • 2. Where & how students learn is changing https://vimeo.com/30221570
    • 3. What it means to teach and learn is changing http://webtowhere.ning.com/
    • 4. Valuing students often hidden talents can be difficult http://ghs2010.ning.com/groups
    • 5. Venturing beyond the wall of the classroom http://ghs2011.ning.com/
    • 6. Creative learning environments promote creative thinking http://webtowhere.ning.com/group/getcreative
    • 7. Working with schools around the worldhttp://webtowhere.ning.com/group/globalclassroomprojects
    • 8. Understanding the world around ushttp://ghs2011.ning.com/group/datavisualisation
    • 9. Student Driven Learning http://ghs2011.ning.com/
    • 10. Gail’s 2011 Publications - two, peer reviewed, research papers:1. IRRODL, Vol 12 No 7 (2011) - Designing for learning: online social networks as a classroomenvironment,http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/1011also converted to Spanish, available athttp://bdistancia.ecoesad.org.mx/contenido/numeros/numero7/presencia_01.html2. eLearning Papers No. 27 (2011) - Knowledge Building: Designing for learning using socialand participatory mediahttp://elearningpapers.eu/en/node/111104Other research presentations include:a) 2012, two peer reviewed conferences: San Diego (ISTE) & Denver (EdMedia - AACE)b) 2011, Singapore (TLHE) & Philadelphia (ISTE),c) 2010-2012, Australia: DEECD, ICTEV, VITTA, AATE, ELH, Deakin Universityd) 2011-2012, Webinars: Social Learning Summit, Global Education, ICTEV Gail’s received first place in the 0nline learning awards (For her innovative approach to learning - ISTE, San Diego, 2012) http://www.iste.org/membership/awards-and-recognition/list-of-awards/sigol-online-learning-award.aspx

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