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Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick
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Small schools Big Ideas by Dughall McCormick

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On the 23rd of March 2013 Dughall McCormick (UK) gave this lecture on social media use in education. Very insightful and practical. See the film I made at Youtube: …

On the 23rd of March 2013 Dughall McCormick (UK) gave this lecture on social media use in education. Very insightful and practical. See the film I made at Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkuCsiWufgY
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  • Tools we can use to facilitate this learning
  • Define Social Media
  • What are the consequences of young people not being literate in these media.
  • These are personal Twitter anecdotes. I have had personal conversations with the British embassy in Washington DC, with Ed Balls, Darren Huckerby (Legend) and our council leader (Mehboob Khan). I hear pretty much all breaking news on Twitter first.
  • Literacy rant. The use of social media as a communication tool is as important as other forms of literacy.
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    • 1. #SSBI13Dughall McCormick @dughall dughall.com
    • 2. “We weten dat ict, mits ingezet op de juistemanier, veel rendement kan opleveren. Eengoede docent gaat daarom op zoek naar dezemogelijkheden. Daarnaast heeft hij ict nodigom vakbekwaam te blijven. Hij zoekt opinternet informatie en legt contacten metvakgenoten.” Mieke van Keulen
    • 3. Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/10354298@N07/3665544825 ( mamkyomany on Flickr)
    • 4. Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sjcockell/3251147920/ ( sjcockell on Flickr) Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jim_bendon_1957/7325824986/ ( Jim Bendon on Flickr)
    • 5. Learning Platforms
    • 6. Social MediaWhat do we mean by ‘Social Media’?
    • 7. • • • • Links Photos 140 Characters What are you doing? What is it?Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/keiya/3255575238/ (keiyac on Flickr)
    • 8. DangerousBanal Useful
    • 9. The Banal
    • 10. The useful
    • 11. Banal Useful
    • 12. Serendipity
    • 13. The Dangerous !@!!!
    • 14. Let’s Tweet! https://twitter.com/
    • 15. Schools that tweet
    • 16. Classes that tweet
    • 17. “The Year 1 Twitter-feed is a good example of the how the school is not onlyhelping pupils write for a specific audience, but also keeping parents andcarers informed. “ OFSTED
    • 18. Some interesting Twitter accounts
    • 19. @chrisleach78 Gunpowder, Tweeting and Plot
    • 20. What have they said?
    • 21. Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/botafogo/5754582892 ( botafogo on Flickr)Image source http://www.flickr.com/photos/billward/3060318308/ (Bill Ward’s Brickpile on Flickr) Not possible BT (Before Twitter) Image source http://www.flickr.com/photos/harrypotts/4758224265/ ( Harry Potts on Flickr)
    • 22. Twitter for governors
    • 23. @getloggedin
    • 24. From sure2talk on Flickr
    • 25. @dughall dughall.comdughallmccormick@gmail.com

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