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#SXSWedu Panel: Technology for Enhancing Social Emotional Learning

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Presentation slides - by Jackie Gerstein @jackiegerstein, Joan Young @flourisingkids, Anne Collier @anncollier

Presentation slides - by Jackie Gerstein @jackiegerstein, Joan Young @flourisingkids, Anne Collier @anncollier

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  • 3 key PLNs: Rockstar educators Kids' game/VW moderators Researchers
  • Big picture - media context
  • Literacy comes from practice . Digital citizenship, for example, is a VERB. Can't teach swimming without a pool - can't model and practice social literacy, citizenship, etc. in theory. Need to practice digital social literacy in digital environments.
  • What schools provide for learning in digital environments: Infrastructure can be a classroom or a digital environment - a virtual world like Quest for Atlantis, a class wiki, Minecraft, etc. Practice is what it sounds like - students need space and time in which to practice concepts (I don't need to tell you this!) Guidance is obvious too - what you provide, but also what students provide you and each other, especially in digital environments Agency is the complement to guidance; all participants need it in order to be effective participants.
  • Interesting parallels between what games designers and social literacy scholars are saying. Game designers say that "meaningful" is what gets us to motivation. At the Games, Learning & Society conference at U. of WI last year, I went to a presentaiton by Prof. Scott Nicholson at Syracuse U, who told us he took a year off from teaching to study what motivates people at MIT, and what he found is that what satisfies, motivates and increases trust and efficacy. Here's what he found. The flip side: "Youth who both experienced being a bully and a victim were found to have the highest risk of suicidal behavior and the worst social/emotional problems compared with[all other] children" (whether victims, bullies, or neither)." --Journal of Adolescent Health
  • The 6 seconds model consists of 3 main domains about developing the self and then the core skills listed above; briefly review these skills
  • Ideas from Both Models Make an Interesting Lens to View SEl activities and Goals
  • Students created a glog before school began Started first week of school each day with students presenting glogs They found out commonalities, shared passions which helped build relationships
  • Give example of recent post when student was blogging about 15 awesome things and 3 of them were a bit outrageous and might invite a reader to do something dangerous with fire. Kidblog allows teachers to make private comments and discuss these sensitive issues.
  • http://mrsyounggrade4.wordpress.com/page/13/
  • They needed to follow the story arc provided in the app, (pictured below) using the stages and music to enhance their narration of the story.
  • Collaborating on these stories was indeed a practice of utilizing effective communication skills and taking turns being the leader and director
  • Toontastic researcher Alicia Chang studied the change in student use over 3 sessions. Character Development, Emotions, and Language all showed increases in complexity.
  • deas from Both Models Make an Interesting Lens to View SEl activities and Goals
  • Using Daniel Pink's exercise, What's Your Sentence, students chose a statement that represents themselves now or in the future.
  • Using Daniel Pink's exercise, What's Your Sentence, students chose a statement that represents themselves now or in the future.
  • Students blogged about "their sentences".They were to write about how they would achieve their goals. Parents and others in the global community commented on the posts, sharing their sentences.
  • This comment was especially powerful because the student previously had often doubted herself and become paralyzed by making decisions. Her mom was delighted that she chose this as a goal for herself. This conversation happened within the safety of the moderated blog space.
  • Our fourth grade class loved Skyping with the class in Argentina, learning how well they spoke our language, and seeing how many similar opinions we had about the great book, The One and Only Ivan.
  • Using Daniel Pink's exercise, What's Your Sentence, students chose a statement that represents themselves now or in the future.
  • Using Daniel Pink's exercise, What's Your Sentence, students chose a statement that represents themselves now or in the future.
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    • 1. Twitter Hashtag: #SELTech
    • 2. Resources on Mightybell:http://goo.gl/G6NTC
    • 3. ANNE COLLIER • ConnectSafely.org co-director ConnectSafely.org co-director NetFamilyNews.org • Founder & writer, founder & writer NetFamilyNews.org • Youth advocate Youth advocate • Journalist Journalist Fangirl of Jackie, & Joan Fangirl of Jackie Joan,
    • 4. Joan
    • 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Syu_LG8ivZo
    • 6. http://www.6seconds.org/
    • 7. CASEL Model + Six Seconds Model Joan http://www.6seconds.org/
    • 8. Using Glogster to Build Relationships Joan http://mrsyounggrade4.edu.glogster.com/welcome-to-grade-4-from-mrs-young/
    • 9. http://mrsyounggrade4.wordpress.com/page/13/
    • 10. Joan
    • 11. Outcomes of Study Joan
    • 12. http://vimeo.com/18347489 Joan & Jackie
    • 13. Whats Your Sentence?http://www.danpink.com/2011/01/whats-your-sentence-the-video Joan
    • 14. Then, the sharing of how... Joan
    • 15. Jackiehttp://seltechnology.weebly.com/
    • 16. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BM9SXR0
    • 17. Scan your QR code; find your team; choose a word or two from the hand image and discuss why i is important Jackie http://community-building.weebly.com/forming-small-groups.html
    • 18. http://seltechnology.weebly.com/mobile-sharing.html Jackie
    • 19. http://vimeo.com/18347489 Joan & Jackie
    • 20. http://www.danpink.com/2011/01/whats-your-sentence-the-video Joan
    • 21. Add your sentence and image to a slide on the Presentation http://goo.gl/qvr0U Jackie