Edc3100 – ict and pedagogy
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  • ways of teaching with collaborating in a social forum to then link up with digital learning and connectiveness, learning is on going, as technology keeps changing and trying to simplify but actually it gets more confusing, as it consumes time even tho its providiing us with tools to connect faster and further. I feel its a little like overload - and we all want different involvement for different objectives. But all at the same time - impossible. Who does it cater for? Is it accessible to everyone, and if not, what does that mean - it shouldn't mean isolation but it may well do that in any case. Tread carefully and guardedly, And I think slide 14 describes ME, :{{ Louise MORANINO U1025766
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  • 1. EDC3100 – ICT AND PEDAGOGY
    SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES - FLICKR
    KAITLYN ENTJES – 0061004223
  • 2. What is Social Networking?
    Social Networking is the grouping of individuals into specific groups, like small rural communities or a neighbourhood subdivision, where it is possible to meet other people and gather and share first-hand information and experiences.
    Capabilities
    Share photos and videos
    Share information
    Interact with other people without being face-to-face.
  • 3. Why?
    Facebook
    Over 500 million active users worldwide.
    9.2 million users in Australia
    (Facebook, 2011)
    Twitter
    175 million users worldwide
    2.5 million users in Australia.
    (Twitter, 2011)
    Flickr
    3’499 uploads in a minute.
    (Flickr, 2011)
  • 4. Social Media Landscape (2011)
    Source: Fred Cavazza
  • 5. Social Networking Sites
  • 6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOZiwOrZsbk&feature=related
    Or
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2j9qw-A0NM&feature=related
  • 7. Pedagogical Approaches
    • Collaborative
    • 8. Facilitate Communication
    • 9. Socially enacted
    Social Constructivism
    Connectivism
    • Learning in a digital age.
    • 10. Critical literacy skills
    • 11. Learning is continual
    • 12. Relevant
    • 13. Engagement with ideas and materials
    • 14. Construct own meaning
    • 15. Higher level knowledge, concepts and skills.
    Constructivism
    Finger, Russell, Jamieson-Proctor & Russell, 2007
  • 16. Caters for the varied learning styles of the students within the classroom
    Interact
    Research
    Collaborate
    Social Networking has become a part of everyday life, with 73% of teenagers recorded as social networking site users.
    Fun
    Engaging
    Social networking
    Catering for student’s interests will highly motivate them to be involved.
    Can be organized for collaborative work,
    group work
    Or
    individual work.
    Analyze
    Building Knowledge
    &
    Understanding
    Evaluate
  • 17. How can Social Networking be used in the classroom
    Collaboratively
    Community collaboration
    Topic/subject collaboration
    At School
    At home
    Individually
    Group work
    Via Mobile Learning devices
  • 18. Legal & Ethical considerations
    Ensure all students are exposed to and aware of the dangers of Social Networking online before participating in the use of the sites
    Explore and discuss privacy issues with the students, to alert students that everything they post online can leave a ‘digital footprint.’
    Social Media
    &
    Privacy
    Cyber bullying
  • 19. Privacy & Security
    QSA states that students develop and apply ethical, safe and responsible practices when working with ICT’s in online an stand-alone environments. (2007)
    Most social networking sites are recommended to children over 13 years of age.
    There are controls to what and how much information you share.
    Names, profile pictures and networks are visible to everyone.
    Location settings on some social networking sites.
    On-line bullying
    Closed groups (invitation only) a must. E.g. glogster EDU for teachers and students.
  • 20. Curriculum Area Focus
    The Australian Curriculum includes in each learning area an information and communication technology (ICT) competence.
    (QSA, 2011)
  • 21. Curriculum Area Focus
    Social Networking can be integrated into most key learning areas (KLA’s) across the curriculum.
    Some examples include but not limited to:
    Facebook – Literacy (Writing/Blogging), Science/History (Interacting with real life scientists/historians – discovering first-hand knowledge).
    YouTube – English (Oral/multi-modal presentation)
    Twitter – Class reminders, due dates, assignment information.
    Flickr – Photo boards, class excursions, art appreciation
    Delicious – class group presentations, assignment information
  • 22. ANY QUESTIONS