Net worth social-networking_in_education


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  1. 1. Net Worth: Social Networking in Education <ul><li>Jennifer Mitchell Holly Dornak </li></ul><ul><li>@jenemitchell @hollydornak </li></ul>
  2. 2. Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net Did you know?
  3. 3. Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net Did you know?
  4. 4. Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net Did you know?
  5. 5. Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net Did you know?
  6. 6. Building a Digital Footprint
  7. 7. The prohibition of social media&quot;...does not teach safe behavior and leaves youth without the necessary knowledge and skills to protect their privacy or engage in responsible speech.&quot; American Library Association
  8. 8. LCISD Policy:
  9. 9. Facebook <ul><li>Social network </li></ul><ul><li>Share comments, media, and links </li></ul>
  10. 13. Facebook Consult Your Admin Create a Page Privacy Settings: Be Aware Set Goals & Be Consistent Have a Purpose
  11. 14. Twitter <ul><li>Micro Blog </li></ul><ul><li>Posts limited to 140 characters. </li></ul>
  12. 15. Twitter
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  14. 17. Twitter Top Ten Hash Tagging
  15. 18. Twitter Top Ten Community Note-Taking
  16. 19. Twitter Top Ten Pen-Pals
  17. 20. Twitter Top Ten Capitalize On Call-Outs
  18. 21. Twitter Top Ten Post Reminders
  19. 22. Twitter Top Ten Consult an Expert
  20. 23. Twitter Top Ten Brainstorm
  21. 24. Twitter Top Ten Fictional Q & A
  22. 25. Twitter Top Ten Archive Bookmarks
  23. 26. Twitter Top Ten Flip Your Classroom
  24. 27. Edmodo Secure, online social-network designed specifically for classroom use .
  25. 28. Facebook vs. edmodo Facebook edmodo Share comments, links & media Designed for educational use Post only to a teacher created groups Creepy People
  26. 31. Edmodo Post as a Historical Character Digital Scrapbook Online Debate/Discussion Flip Your Classroom Give Positive Feedback
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  29. 34. I am soooo excited! My kids are thrilled about Edmodo. I have a student who is not taking medication for ADHD and he sits still to add to the stories I have online. He wanted to stay inside for recess because he wanted to add to it. Another student went home and posted to the site. She read new instructions I gave and joined the reading discussion group. I saw that she had joined so I sent her a question to reply to about author's purpose from a story that we read today. She replied less than 5 minutes later and had some great insight and explained why she enjoyed the passage that we read. This has really brightened my day. It makes me feel a lot better that I can teach through (edmodo), especially with that student that is having trouble controlling himself! Bridget Korenek Adams Meyer Elementary - Fourth Grade