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flickr.com/photos/mr_beaver/4379853232                                           dual                                      ...
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build community
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flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/4269396864encourage play
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The social classroom

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This is a presentation I gave for a visiting delegation of Chinese academics. It's about how we incorporate social technologies in our teaching. The slides are pretty bare-bones, as having an interpreter meant I couldn't talk at my usual fifty miles a minute... so less content than normal.

It was really fun talking about using social media in teaching with this audience - given the restrictions on access to social media in China.

All the images used in this presentation are favourited in my Flickr account at http://www.flickr.com/photos/katiedavispics/favorites/ - thanks to all the awesome creative people who share their images!

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The social classroom

  1. 1. the social classroomusing social technologies & techniquesto increase student engagement withdual mode cohorts kate davis lecturer | information studies group | information systems school | science and engineering faculty @katiedatwork | k3.davis@qut.edu.au | katedavis.info
  2. 2. overviewbackgroundunderpinning principleslearning management systemusing social mediagamificationour teaching and learning researchlast words
  3. 3. background
  4. 4. flickr.com/photos/mr_beaver/4379853232 dual mode cohortblended approach
  5. 5. underpinning principles
  6. 6. extreme flexibilityflickr.com/photos/degem/168532265
  7. 7. build community
  8. 8. flickr.com/photos/9731367@N02/7134294207maximise engagement  
  9. 9. flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/4269396864encourage play
  10. 10. flickr.com/photos/foodthinkers/4158687050the right mix
  11. 11. the right fit flickr.com/photos/epublicist/3546059144/ 
  12. 12. learningmanagement systems
  13. 13. blackboardflickr.com/photos/76377775@N05/6870398473
  14. 14. wordpressflickr.com/photos/stickergiant/3769771267
  15. 15. social media
  16. 16. flickr.com/photos/thecampbells/5042764163 hash tags class lists professional account
  17. 17. hosting embedsflickr.com/photos/jonasb/2518328387/ playlists
  18. 18. gamification
  19. 19. research
  20. 20. last words
  21. 21. not ^flickr.com/photos/juliapatriciaroy/3523389278/
  22. 22. kate davis lecturer | information studies group | information systems school | science and engineering faculty@katiedatwork | k3.davis@qut.edu.au | katedavis.info
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