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  1. 1. Net Worth: Social Networking in Education Jennifer Mitchell Holly Dornak @jenemitchell @hollydornak
  2. 2. Did you know? Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net
  3. 3. Did you know? Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net
  4. 4. Did you know? Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net
  5. 5. Did you know? Consumer Reports 2011 State of the Net
  6. 6. Buildinga DigitalFootprint
  7. 7. The prohibition of socialmedia"...does not teach safebehavior and leaves youthwithout the necessaryknowledge and skills to protecttheir privacy or engage inresponsible speech." American Library Association
  8. 8. LCISD Policy:goo.gl/OvClo
  9. 9. 8 Guidelines for Using SocialMedia in EducationView the video: http://Vimeo.com/36459316
  10. 10. Facebook•Social network•Sharecomments,media, and links
  11. 11. FacebookConsult Your AdminPrivacy Settings: Be AwareCreate a PageHave a PurposeSet Goals & Be Consistent
  12. 12. Twitter•Micro Blog•Posts limitedto 140characters.
  13. 13. TwitterGoo.gl/M6hUK
  14. 14. Goo.gl/M6hUK
  15. 15. Twitter Top Ten HashTagging
  16. 16. Twitter Top TenCommunityNote-Taking
  17. 17. Twitter Top TenPen-Pals
  18. 18. Twitter Top TenCapitalize OnCall-Outs
  19. 19. Twitter Top Ten PostReminders
  20. 20. Twitter Top TenConsult anExpert
  21. 21. Twitter Top TenBrainstorm
  22. 22. Twitter Top TenFictional Q&A
  23. 23. Twitter Top Ten ArchiveBookmarks
  24. 24. Twitter Top Ten Flip YourClassroom
  25. 25. EdmodoSecure, onlinesocial-networkdesignedspecifically forclassroom use.
  26. 26. Facebook vs. edmodo Facebook edmodo Share comments, links & media Designed for educational usePost only to a teacher created groups Creepy People
  27. 27. What can teachers do in edmodo?
  28. 28. What can students do in edmodo?
  29. 29. EdmodoPost as a Historical CharacterOnline Debate/DiscussionDigital ScrapbookGive Positive FeedbackFlip Your Classroom
  30. 30. Goo.gl/R3n39
  31. 31. Goo.gl/zLj8p
  32. 32. She tried something different, and got different results.Bridget Korenek Adams Meyer Elementary, LCISD- 4th Grade
  33. 33. I am soooo excited! My kids are thrilled about Edmodo. Ihave a student who is not taking medication for ADHD andhe sits still to add to the stories I have online. He wanted tostay inside for recess because he wanted to add to it. Anotherstudent went home and posted to the site. She read newinstructions I gave and joined the reading discussion group. Isaw that she had joined so I sent her a question to reply toabout authors purpose from a story that we read today. Shereplied less than 5 minutes later and had some great insightand explained why she enjoyed the passage that we read. Thishas really brightened my day. It makes me feel a lot betterthat I can teach through (edmodo), especially with thatstudent that is having trouble controlling himself! Bridget Korenek Adams Meyer Elementary - Fourth Grade
  34. 34. Net Worth: Social Networking in Education Jennifer Mitchell Holly Dornak @jenemitchell @hollydornakCitations: http://goo.gl/iDTes

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