SocialMedia Social Media for Learning:            A Masterclass                Josh Harsant              Associate Youth E...
Why           #socialmedia                          ?Progress
Why           #socialmedia                                   ?           •The question of how not if           • Moving fr...
Why           #socialmedia                                    ?           It’s not a short lived craze...                 ...
What could it                         ?                  look likeProgress
What could it           look like?Progress
But…           #socialmedia           for learning?Progress
Reinforcing           ReflectingProgress
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Blog (n) -           A website on which           one or more in...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Blog (n) -           A website on which one or more individuals ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Blog (n) -              Whose              done it              ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           e-forum (n) -           An online discussion           site wher...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           e-forum (n) -           An online discussion site where people c...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           e-forum (n) -           Whose done it                  right?   ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           e-forum (n) -          Whose done it                            ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Wikis (n) -           A web site developed           collaborati...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Wikis (n) -           A web site developed collaboratively by a ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Wikis (n) -              Whose              done it             ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Media sharing (n) -           occurs through online social      ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Media sharing (n) -           occurs through online social netwo...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           Media sharing (n) -    Whose done it right?                     ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           VLE (n) -           education system based on the           Web ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           VLE (n) -           education system based on the Web that model...
Social media for reinforcing           learning           VLE (n) -           Whose done it right?                        ...
Social media for reinforcing           learning            Providing a platform for a new            approach to learning....
Social media for reinforcing           learning            Providing a platform for a new            approach to learning....
Social media for reinforcing           learning             What else will we             see come to light             in...
Social media for reflective           learningProgress
SocialMedia                        A MasterclassChallis DixeyAssociatesEmail - josh@challis-dixey.co.ukTweet - @Challis_Di...
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The second of two training presentations on using social media for youth practitioners and organisations. This final video looks at how you can use social media the context of learning - both supporting and reflecting on learning experiences.

These presentations were created by Josh Harsant, Associate Youth Engagement Specialist at Challis-Dixey Associates, for the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS), who funded the training session.

www.ncvys.org.uk
www.challis-dixey.co.uk

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  • “We don’t have a choice on whether we DO social media, the question is how well we DO it.” Everyone is moving to an online environment of working – how online-savvy are you? If you’re not, is there any guarantee you won’t be left behind? Long story short: the train will leave the station and continue it’s journey, whether you board it or not...78% of people trust the recommendations of other consumers.The old communication model was a monologue – telling people; broadcasting one way messages, e.g. Leaflets, posters, adverts The new communication model is dialogue – interaction between people (engagement), e.g. Responsive communication, active discussionSocial media ”is only going to become persuasive and as such, become a critical factor in the success or failure of any business.”How many of you turn to consumer reviews before purchasing something? And how often are those from Twitter, Facebook or something similar?Think about young people – peer pressure and peer influence are major parts of their development – online is just another arm.Once something is published online, it’s out there in public – people will remember. Though they might not engage, they will have seen it, even briefly or in passing.
  • Daily tipsEvaluationAsking questionsAssuming history or charactersEncouraging international links outside the classroomCampaigning and spreading a message
  • Daily tipsEvaluationAsking questionsAssuming history or charactersEncouraging international links outside the classroomCampaigning and spreading a message
  • Daily tipsEvaluationAsking questionsAssuming history or charactersEncouraging international links outside the classroomCampaigning and spreading a message
  • NCVYS Social Media Webinar #2

    1. 1. SocialMedia Social Media for Learning: A Masterclass Josh Harsant Associate Youth Engagement Specialist
    2. 2. Why #socialmedia ?Progress
    3. 3. Why #socialmedia ? •The question of how not if • Moving from monologue to dialogue • The influence of other users • The lasting effect of publishing onlineProgress
    4. 4. Why #socialmedia ? It’s not a short lived craze... ... it’s a fundamental (and necessary) shift in the way we communicate withProgress
    5. 5. What could it ? look likeProgress
    6. 6. What could it look like?Progress
    7. 7. But… #socialmedia for learning?Progress
    8. 8. Reinforcing ReflectingProgress
    9. 9. Social media for reinforcing learning Blog (n) - A website on which one or more individuals record opinions, and information on a regular basis Record and share learning Getting content online Personal reflection andProgress
    10. 10. Social media for reinforcing learning Blog (n) - A website on which one or more individuals record opinions, and information on a regular basis ...Or even in your ownProgress
    11. 11. Social media for reinforcing learning Blog (n) - Whose done it right? NCVY SProgress
    12. 12. Social media for reinforcing learning e-forum (n) - An online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages T to and share with alk others Work together Clear up any confusions through peerProgress
    13. 13. Social media for reinforcing learning e-forum (n) - An online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messagesProgress
    14. 14. Social media for reinforcing learning e-forum (n) - Whose done it right? UK Youth Parliame ntProgress
    15. 15. Social media for reinforcing learning e-forum (n) - Whose done it right? NCVYSProgress
    16. 16. Social media for reinforcing learning Wikis (n) - A web site developed collaboratively by a community of users, allowing any user to add and edit content Building collections of resources Sharing best practice Paper-free training materials?Progress
    17. 17. Social media for reinforcing learning Wikis (n) - A web site developed collaboratively by a community of users, allowing any user to add and edit contentProgress
    18. 18. Social media for reinforcing learning Wikis (n) - Whose done it right? Studen t HubsProgress
    19. 19. Social media for reinforcing learning Media sharing (n) - occurs through online social networks and digital communities with a comprehensive platform to upload, host and distribute images, text, applications, videos, audio, games and new media to others. Consolidate learning (e.g. through recording) Sharing presentations or documents Allows others to plug the gapsProgress
    20. 20. Social media for reinforcing learning Media sharing (n) - occurs through online social networks and digital communities with a comprehensive platform to upload, host and distribute images, text, applications, videos, audio, games and new media to others.Progress
    21. 21. Social media for reinforcing learning Media sharing (n) - Whose done it right? UK ParliamentProgress
    22. 22. Social media for reinforcing learning VLE (n) - education system based on the Web that models conventional real-world education by integrating a set of equivalent virtual concepts for tests, homework, classes, classrooms, and the like. Encourage and stimulate thinking and discussion Providing space for academic conflict! Allow shared/mutual learning!Progress
    23. 23. Social media for reinforcing learning VLE (n) - education system based on the Web that models conventional real-world education by integrating a set of equivalent virtual concepts for tests, homework, classes, classrooms, and the like. MOODLE BLACKBOARDProgress
    24. 24. Social media for reinforcing learning VLE (n) - Whose done it right? Universities!Progress
    25. 25. Social media for reinforcing learning Providing a platform for a new approach to learning...Progress
    26. 26. Social media for reinforcing learning Providing a platform for a new approach to learning... • A video library with over 3400 videos • automatedexerciseswith continuous assessment • peer-to-peer tutoring based onProgress
    27. 27. Social media for reinforcing learning What else will we see come to light in the next few years...?Progress
    28. 28. Social media for reflective learningProgress
    29. 29. SocialMedia A MasterclassChallis DixeyAssociatesEmail - josh@challis-dixey.co.ukTweet - @Challis_Dixey

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