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  • Social Media in EducationLisa LundTechnology Integration
  • Social Media• Social Media can be used as a ProfessionalLearning Network (PLN) or as a tool tocommunicate with both parents and students.• Also, as a tool for students to communicatewith parents and with each other on content,assignments and questions.
  • Which One Are You?
  • Twitter• Do you Tweet?• @techintegratio1 – Lisa Lund’s Twitter• Login in to or use theapp on iPad or phone• Room – Join #11273
  • Twitter Account•• User Name – reflect what you will tweet• Add Profile Picture – makes you more real• Include link to your website if you have one• Description – relate what you will tweet
  • Tweet@ URL Link – characters – Why not 140?
  • Hashtags #• Hashtags are groups or events that you canlink to so that you can follow a certain group.• Create hashtag for student conversation –Engl9• Tweet something about our session and usehashtag #lundtech• Hashtags - #edtech, #teachers, #education,#edchat
  • Following• Follow people with like interests• Search for like minded
  • @Techintegratio1• @CreativeCommons – gives credit to thedeveloper or twitter account• Allows your tweet to be retweeted bythe twitter account• Courtesy in the Twitter World
  • RT – Favorited – Reply - Other• Respond to Tweet• ReTweet• Favorited• Other Options
  • Classroom• Ways to Incorporate in Classroom?• Storystarters• Daily log to parents• Second Graders Using Twitter• Blooms and Twitter
  • Resources• Twitter Cheat Sheet• Cheat Sheet••• Twitter in the Classroom Examples• ASCD “Why Try Twitter”
  • On-line Learning• Twitter for Teachers•
  • Social Media - Curation Tools•••
  •• Curate Content• Connect with Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest• Collaborate with others• Resources organize by content• Share and post comments
  • Educlipper• Similar to Pinterest• Create EduClipboards• Curate from websites,Documents, videos and images• Create Classes to share content
  • Resources• Youtube User Guide EduClipper• Youtube User Guide – EduClipper CreatingLinks
  • Pinterest• Create Boards• Search for ideas• Share through twitter, etc.• Organize content on boards• Like and Repin other content
  • Resources• WeAreTeachers• Boards for Teachers• Cheat Sheet and Ideas•
  • Symbaloo• Create links• Organize links by content, subject, project• Post to Website• Students only have access to those resources• Centers• Content practice for younger students withcolors and pictures
  • Students Today• Vine• Snapchat• Instagram• “Facebook is for old people”• Twitter