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21st Century Skills Meet Social Networking in Schools

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A discussion about how to find validity and rigor in social networking applications for your district/school/classroom.

A discussion about how to find validity and rigor in social networking applications for your district/school/classroom.

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  • 1. 21st Century Skills Meet Social Networking in Schools with Marcie Hull teacher, tech coordinator & Zac Chase learner, teacher
  • 2. Who we are:
    • Marcie - http://pownce.com/ecram3
    • Zac - http://pownce.com/mrchase
    • Science Leadership Academy -
    • http://scienceleadership.org
  • 3. Session Wiki: http://sla1to1.pbwiki.com
  • 4. This session will be a discussion about how to find validity and rigor in social networking applications for your district/school/classroom.
  • 5. Why are you here today?
  • 6. What are your frustrations with social networking? worries concerns difficulties complaints Turn to your shoulder partner and share for 30 seconds.
  • 7.
    • Core Values:
    • Inquiry
    • Research
    • Collaboration
    • Presentation
    • Reflection
  • 8. The Tools:
    • Pownce
    • Myspace
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • Texting
    • Chat
    • Podcasting
  • 9. A project example .
  • 10. How it Turned Out
    • This way
    • And this way
  • 11. This got us thinking: http://www. npr .org/templates/story/story. php ? storyId=15534306
  • 12. So we did this:
  • 13. What do you think ?
  • 14. What about your classroom? Walk around. Greet those you pass. When the music stops, find a partner. Discuss the given topic.
  • 15. Credit: Dietmar Offenhuber , Judith Donath , MIT Sociable Media Group
  • 16. http://web. mit .edu/newsoffice/2006/ifind.html
  • 17. Let’s Talk
  • 18. http://sla1to1.pbwiki.com