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  • WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA?Sounds good – but disruptive as are all innovative approach. Implications for management?
  • 3 SIMPLE STEPS Regardlessof tool...
  • MASSIVE IMPACT – ARE THESE PLUSES OR MINUSES?They’re not good or bad – they’re powerful and need managing.
  • ANOTHER POSSIBLE IMPACT

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  • LINKSMystic RoseTed Talk on Innovation – Charles LeadbetterWhat happens when people have access to tools that makecollaborate and expertise-sharing so easy? - Innovative thinking!AAmateur innovation" = great ideas from outside the traditionalwalls, from people who suddenly have tools tocollaborate, innovate and share their expertise.Chris Anderson: How web video powers global innovationJapanese/American dancer collaborationQuadblogging: Bham pupils show Hawaiian pupils how to do theGrid method of multiplication
  • ‘Just because they’re mythicaldoesn’t mean they’re not real’ Terry Pratchett
  • To understand the potential impact of social media on learning: For learners For teachers For advisersSOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos
  • SPEAK LISTEN INFLUENCE VOICE POWER SHIFT PARTICIPATORY Social Media SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS FOR SOCIAL DIALOGUE, TECHNICAL SHARING AND GEEKY COLLABORATION SETTINGS API not BLAH BLAH BROADBAND CONNECTION FOR TECHNICAL BENEFITS Social MediaQ: So what is your perception of social media?Q: What might be the (mis)perceptions of teacher? SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos
  • Some context for teachersTeachers!You are invited to a game ofSnakes and LaddersBUT ...1. You were expecting a game of chess2. The other players have already started3. The other players are mostly outside Education4. The snakes have been added. They are scary. Some are magnified.5. The ladders aren’t visible until you start. More are added as players improve:6. Child protection. Child bullying. Teacher bullying. Digital identify threats ...
  • Curriculum LearningPersonal / Lifelong learningsocial use LEARNERS Teaching Professional networkingPersonal /social use TEACHERS School/corporate Supporting Professional networkingPersonal /social use ADVISERS Team/corporate
  • Another way of exploring the scope of social media for school support Personal/ Professional School / Pedagogical Social use use Corporate / Learning use use LEARNERS TEACHERS ADVISORSQ3. So what is your scope for supporting schools with social media? Is it wider than you your original expectations?
  • SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos 8
  • Social Media for Pupils?Twitter Im drawing a #triangleFacebook I like isosceles triangles best!Foursquare This is where I am studying trianglesInstagram Heres a vintage photo of me and my triangleYouTube Watch me explaining triangles!WordPress Today I learned how to draw a Triangle.Pinterest Heres my flowchart on drawing a triangleDelicious Heres my fav websites about trianglesGoogle+ Want to work together on our triangles homework? 9
  • Q: What is social media?A: Any online tool that supports Web 2.0 behaviour two-way one-way interactive passive participatory done-to low-tech high- tech expensive cheap/free restricted access interoperable access expert-generated content user-generated contentQ3. So what difference does that make to learning?Q4: What world do our pupils live in? by Link2ICT. bgfl.org/sos SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Managed 10
  • Publish Share DialogueQ3. So what difference does that make to learning?Q4: What world do our pupils live in? by Link2ICT. bgfl.org/sos SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Managed 11
  • Anyone connected can create content for a Publish potential global audience EVERYONE’S A PUBLISHER ~ VOICE ~ AUDIENCE ~ POWER Read someone’s content and ‘Like’ or‘ Share’ it Share More people read it. Spreads faster. EVERYONE’S THE AUDIENCE ~ VOICE ~ PARTICIPATION Reader comment on writer’s comment. Reader comment on other readers’ comments Dialogue Simple sharing  full-scale collaboration Groups – where creativity happensQ3. So what difference does that make to learning?Q4: What world do our pupils live in? by Link2ICT. bgfl.org/sos SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Managed 12
  • Evaluate: Present /defend opinions: Make judgments. Synthesise: Compile info in a new way Analyse: Examine. Infer. Present. Explain. Can do / apply: Solve problems: apply knowledge to new situations. Understand:Organise. Compare. Interpret.Describe. Know:Recall facts, terms, concepts, answers. 13
  • Q3. So what difference does that make to learning?Q4: What world do our pupils live in? Mystic Rose Ted Talk on Innovation – Charles Leadbetter What happens when people have access to tools that make collaborate and expertise-sharing so easy? - Innovative thinking! Amateur innovation" = great ideas from outside the traditional walls, from people who suddenly have tools to collaborate, innovate and share their expertise. Chris Anderson: How web video powers global innovation Japanese/American dancer collaboration Quadblogging: Bham pupils show Hawaiian pupils how to do the Grid method of multiplication SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Managed by Link2ICT. bgfl.org/sos 14
  • What’s happening in Birmingham schools? Twitter for: • Marketing the school • Sharing what children have been doing • Reminders • Praise • Updates during school tripsSOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos
  • SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos
  • eSafety Guidelines around social media“Benefits v RisksIt is important to remember that the benefits of using technology stilloutweigh the risks for the majority of children. When used properly inschool, the risks associated with technology and social media can bemanaged.The main challenge comes from young people independent use oftechnology or social media - on personal devices or outside the schoolenvironment and this is where engagement with the whole schoolcommunity is Key.”(extract from SOS Resources www.bgfl.org/sos)
  • The risks were summarised in the 2007 report EU Kids Online:(extract from SOS Resources www.bgfl.org/sos)
  • ”... and echoed in the 2008 Byron reviewThe headings for the risks are still applicable today, butwhat has increased dramatically is the access totechnology, personal devices and the internet. Possibleoverall increase in risk, but the impact very muchdepends upon the individual.See latest EU Kids Online reportRead up at E-safety related links and further reading(extract from SOS Resources www.bgfl.org/sos)
  • 1. Walled garden or public facing? 2. Vetted comments or open comments? 3. Professional or personal email? 4. Professional digital identity? 5. Are the age limits optional or compulsory? 6. My legal liability? 7. Have I checked my settings for the above? 8. Who owns responsibility for this social media account? 9. What is the aim of the blogs? Twitter? Facebook?SOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos
  • Appearing in strategies for: • Curriculum focus: Eg: Closing gender gaps: literacy • Learning focus: Eg: Recap, review, reflect on, evaluate today’s learning • Learning behaviour focus: Eg: Creativity Innovative thinking. Sharing. Collaboration. • Parent participation focus: Eg: School trip updates. News Praise. What pupils did today. • Ability focus: Eg: Gifted and talented. • Behaviour focus: Eg: Verge of exclusion. • Cultural focus: Eg: Quadblogging – 4 countriesSOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos
  • Stop! What next? 1. Explore more ... Birmingham tweets, blogs and Fb 2. Discuss ... and make some decisions about the scope of support, direction, focvus... 3. Share ... get free resources: SOS resources www.bgfl.org/sos OR twitter.com/sosbham Christine.seymour-smith@servicebirmingham.co.uk Thank youSOS Project: Led by Birmingham teachers. Coordinated by Link2ICT. www.bgfl.org/sos