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Facebook for Facilitating v8
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Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
Facebook for Facilitating v8
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  • Facebook is no longer a platform just for finding girls/boys. Its vision statement has been rewritten eight times and plans to overtake Google as the place to find information. Our current education system is based on one which was established during the industrial revolution.The digital revolution is going to have a massive impact on education. How for Facebook will impact that is unknown, however...studies show that 70% of what we learnt for our jobs is from others, by ‘social learning’. Facebook can be used in various ways for education.
  • MissyHeppellTeacher trainingAcademic programmesBenefits Always in thereLink to vlePhoto of students helps build groupEncourages social interaction
  • Shorten the textAdd e-Assessment
  • 21 friends4 fof2 randoms+
  • Discussions, chat, content, links to videos, quizzes, polls, email Tracking and analytics
  • DrawbacksCultural – ie learning in a social place, taking the social out of social media (fb evolving already)DistractionFacebook controlDeciding what type of set-up – Pagevs GroupLack of discussion -
  • Functionality: Communication tools: status, chat, multimedia - photos, and videos, links, games, quizzes, selective posts,
  • Functionality: Communication tools: status, chat, multimedia - photos, and videos, links, games, quizzes, selective posts,
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    • 1. for FacilitatingGillian Fielding and Amina Helal
    • 2. Context
    • 3. How often do you use Facebookpersonally? 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%1. Several times a day2. Daily3. Weekly4. Monthly5. Never r y ly y ay ve kl l i th Da ad ee Ne on W es M tim al er v Se
    • 4. How often do you use Facebookprofessionally? 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%1. Several times a day2. Daily3. Weekly4. Monthly5. Never r y ly y ay ve kl l i th Da ad ee Ne on W es M tim al er v Se
    • 5. Facebook to augment classroom activity • Support (status or chat) • What date is the assignment due to? • I don’t understand meaning of x! • Announcements, eg • Today’s session is due to the snow! • Today’s lecture notes are now in the vle • Watch my lecture on YouTube before next class • Reminders • Don’t forget your assignment is due on Weds • Discussions • Build groups for specific classes/topics • Post photos/videos of activities, PBL, field-trips
    • 6. Facebook for support • Ease project
    • 7. Facebook for distance learning What? • Short (approx 2 hour), non-accredited course • QR codes • “Students” – 30/21 • Small study Why? • Where learners are at • Innovative use
    • 8. Facebook for distance learning What worked • Platform worked reasonably well • Easy to use • Regular access • No additional log-ins • Sharing ideas across subject areas • “Page”, attracted random “students” • Ownership issues
    • 9. Facebook for distance learning What didn’t worked quite so well • Cultural change • Distraction • Facebook changes eg timeline • Lack of discussion • Designing backwards! • Navigation of notes, closing/opening Lessons learnt for next time • More facilitation
    • 10. Group ExerciseIn your group discuss and address these issues. Group 1: Facebook own the rights to any materials on there Group 2: Facebook changes too often Group 3: Facebook invades social spaces
    • 11. Questions?
    • 12. Further reading•QR codes: A short course•Stephen and Missy Heppellhttp://www.heppell.net/facebook_in_school/•Social Media for Trainers: Techniques forEnhancing and Extending Learning, JaneBozarth, Pfeiffer, 2010•Facebook for Educators
    • 13. Page/Profile or Group
    • 14. Benefits •Popular •People are already on Facebook • Average user spends 700 minutes per month •Users check regularly •User friendly •Functionality •Pushes tutor feeds to the learners •Set up requires no specialist skills •Free
    • 15. Drawbacks•Distraction•Cultural•Not designed for learning•“Taking the social out of social media”• Owned by Facebook•Changes to Facebook out of your control•Deciding between Groups and Pages•When creating the course it had to be done backwards,so as to appear in the correct order, ie from 1 to 10.•Invading learners space – not all see it like that
    • 16. Facebook vs VLE/LMS Facebook BlackboardCommunicatingChat Y NEmail y YDiscussions Comments Discussion toolMessaging individuals/groups Y YPosting links to webpages Y YPosting videos Y YNote storing Y ?Sharing documents ????? YScheduling events Y ?Hosting documents YQuizzes Y poll tool limited Y
    • 17. Other uses • Marketing • ICT Training • Gathering customer’s thoughts • Dialog with customers • Quizzes, •Caplitalise on informal learning

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