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Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
Social Media CCE 586
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  • forms of electronic communication (as Web sites for social networking and microblogging) through which users create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, and other content (as videos) (Merriam Webster)2 way communication
  • Jpaularae sunshine
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  • Biggest change in blogging has been 34-45 year olds
  • Age 50+ according to Pew
  • What is the fastest growing age demographic to use social media?50+
  • http://www.pewinternet.org/Presentations/2010/Jun/Four-or-More--The-New-Demographic.aspx
  • Often there is a stereotype of people who are on computers, playing games, or surfing the web that they are challenged socially and isolated. But, 80% of internet users participate in groups compared with 56% of non-internet usersSocial media users are more active: 82% of social network users and 85% of Twitter users are group participantssample of 2,303 adults, age 18 andolder. Telephone interviews were conducted in English and Spanish by landline (1,555) and cell phone(748, including 310 without a landline phone).
  • Communicate with members
  • What is the fastest growing age demographic to use social media?50+
  • http://venturebeat.com/2012/02/25/60-seconds-social-media/
  • BloggerUsing a student as a scribe to post what the class was about that day in a mathematics classWordPressEdvolution. A group of middle school gifted and talented students who are advocating for change TwitterA study by Junco at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania compared students in 4 sections of a course who used Twitter to tweet about their experiences on a job shadow day or commenting on class readings compared with 3 sections who had the same assignments and information, but did not use Twitter. Showed more than twice the improvement in engagement than the control group, the students who used Twitter also achieved on average a .5 point increase in their overall GPA for the semester.http://twitter.com/#!/SciTeacherEd – science teacher uses twitterFacebookKipp school Share school news, events, make announcementsShare photosRecruit staffGet feedback from the communityPollLinkedIn: networkingUsing Foursquare in education: ideasPinterest: ideas for education
  • Flickr:-As a writng prompt: these photos were tagged as interesting. What does interesting mean?Skype: -US and Chilean students get an engineering and earthquake-proof structures from a US Engineering professor -Haiti students learn English over Skype video Skype in the classroom- on skype logoVideo: Kids make math videosYoutube-ethnic studies debateLogo links to bullying videoPresentation:-learn (show “sign of the times)
  • http://edsome.com/2010/06/texting-paid-off/#comment-774 about the portland schools project with 92% on free and reduced lunch. Shakespeare remixed: ShakeenaDelicious: jpaularaeSunshine
  • World of warcraft in schools http://wowinschool.pbworks.com/w/page/5268731/FrontPageSIMS: learning a foreign language through playing the SIMSAnother link for language learning with the Sims http://lingualgamers.com/thesis/sims2_questions.html
  • http://www.convergemag.com/edtech/How-to-Teach-with-Tech-Tools.htmlTCK: Technological Content Knowledge: knowledge of the relationship between the content and the technologyTPK: Technological Pedagogical Knowledge: the capabilities fo the various technologies as used in teaching and learning“The worst thing that teachers or admins can do is have like ‘tech lessons' or go out of their way to organize tech into their teaching,” High School History Teacher Shelly Blake-Plock said. "It has to be much more natural.” The technology itself does not make the education experience more profound than it's ever been, but it opens up possibilities in ways that teachers in the past would have died for, Blake-Plock said.Technology is a great tool for certain things, but it's not a magic tool for everything, which is why the TPACK framework emphasizes a combination of technology, content and pedagogy, Moxley said.Before you Tweet, you must have a reasonClassroom activitySeminar discussionConferenceCollaborationLibraryInformationAssignment deadlinesRoom changeReading list
  • Dedication is rewardedChallenge is sought- rather than fearing failure that comes with challenge, challenge is seen as an opportunity for innovation, tinkering, experimenting, and learningDiversity is valuable
  • Privacy links to google docs with tips sheetsNetsmartz- has presentations you can downloadCommon Sense Media: has all kinds of curriculum materials you can implement.
  • http://www.harrisinteractive.com/NewsRoom/HarrisPolls/tabid/447/mid/1508/articleId/672/ctl/ReadCustom%20Default/Default.aspx
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    • 1. Paula Dagnon, Ph.D.Presentation for CCE 586
    • 2. Overview Review and Define Social Media National Trends in Social Media Use Types of Social Media & Example Uses in Education Pedagogy Driving Technology Issues with Social Media Use
    • 3. What Is Social Media?Answer Using Today’s Meet: http://todaysmeet.com/CCE586 Definition:  Social: relating to an interaction between an individual and a group  Media: an instrument of communication  Social Media= social instrument of communication
    • 4. A Brief Survey What types of social media do you use? Do you use social media mostly for school? for work? For personal use? How many hours a week do you spend on social media? Is it important that we use social media in education? Poll Everywhere Social Media Revolution-3 Social Media Explained Visually- by “say it visually”
    • 5. What are different age groups doing online?
    • 6.  What percentage of teens(12-17) in the US had cell phones in 2010?• 1 in 3 teens (13-19) use their phones to surf the web. Teens and Mobile Phone, Pew Internet and American Life Project, 2010 A Generation Unplugged, Harris Interactive, 2008
    • 7. Who is blogging? Number of BlogsInfographics by Conversion Rate Optimization; from http://www.rightmixmarketing.com/right-mix-blog/blogging-statistics/
    • 8. 16 % 26 % 30 34 23 % % %As of May 2010, 53% of American internet users look for information onWikipedia.
    • 9. People who own 4 or moreinternet-connected devices Age Four or More All Adults 18-29 40% 21% 30-49 49% 35% 50-64 8% 25% 65+ 1% 16% Race / ethnicity Four or More All Adults White 69% 69% African-American 10% 12% Hispanic 12% 13% Other 9% 6%
    • 10. The internet has had amajor impact on theability of groups to All Americans Internet Users draw attention 62% 68% to an issue. impact society 59% 64% at large raise money 52% 55% impact local 49% 52% communities Rainie, L., Purcell, K. & Smith, A. (2011). The social side of the internet
    • 11. Image by Social Jumpstart
    • 12. Types of Social Media Communication  Blogs  Social Networks  Blogger  Facebook  WordPress  LInkedIn  Edmodo  Ning  Microblogs  Pinterest  Twitter  Science  FourSquare
    • 13. Types of Social Media Communication Multimedia  Photo & Art Sharing  Video Sharing  YouTube  Flickr  TeacherTube  Picasa  Vimeo  Livecasting  Music  Skype  Pandora  YouTube  Presentation Sharing  SlideShare
    • 14.  In 60 seconds: 60 hours of video are uploaded In 1 day: Over 4 billion videos are viewed  (there aren’t yet 4 billion people on the internet yet!) In 30 days: More video is uploaded to YouTube than ABC/NBC/CBS created in 60 years 70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US localized in 39 countries and across 54 languages In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views or almost 140 views for every person on Earth http://www.youtube.com/t/press_statistics
    • 15. Types of Social Media Communication Multimedia Collaboration  Wikis  PBWorks  Document Management  Wikispaces & Editing  Portable C  Google Docs  Shakespeare Remixed  Social Bookmarking  Diigo  Google Reader
    • 16. Types of Social Media Communication Multimedia Collaboration Entertainment  Virtual Worlds  Second Life  The Sims  WoWin
    • 17. PedagogyDrivingTechnology Constructivism Problem-based learning Communities of learners Active Learners “A good education comes from a good teacher," he said. "The technology is not going to suddenly make you a better teacher.”
    • 18. Why use social media? Which media will reach more people?  A white paper or a YouTube video? “Kony 2012” video by Invisible Children  Posted on March 5th  As of March 13th,  YouTube: 76 million views  Vimeo: 16 million views  As of May 1  YouTube: 88 million views  Vimeo: 18 million views
    • 19. From 7 June 2009 until the time ofpublication (26 June 2009), we haverecorded 2,0224,166 tweets about theelection in Iran.Ethnic Studies Ban Power of Facebook in Egypt
    • 20. What do people learn frommassively multiplayer onlinegames? A new disposition: A sense of community Collective action  To overcome obstacles  Manage skills  Create contents where social awareness, reflection, and coordinated action Imagination Thomas, D. & Seely Brown, J. (2009). Why virtual worlds can matter. International Journal of Learning and Media. Hagen, J. & Seely Brown, J. (2009). How World of Warcraft Promotes Innovation
    • 21. iTunesU
    • 22. Safety and Security Issues Resources Privacy  Netsmartz Ethics  Common Sense Media Identity Cheating/Plagiaris m Bullying
    • 23. Questions?

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