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  • 1. "You don't need to be very good with technology to do very good things with technology".
  • 2. SOCIAL MEDIA – ONLINE TOOLS IN EDUCATION
  • 3. COMPARISION OF FACULTY’S PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA BY SITE
  • 4. FACULTY USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN CLASS AND FOR STUDENT ASSIGNMENTS
  • 5. How To Use Social Media In Class CONNECT NOTIFY CURATE TEACH
  • 6. FACEBOOK IN EDUCATION communication Use Facebook apps Intertwine class projects Become a news source Make a Facebook page
  • 7. How to Use Facebook Intertwine class projects with Facebook by sharing book reviews, polling your class and promoting student work Improve communication by allowing students to easily message teaches and other students with questions Make a Facebook page for your class where you can schedule events , post notes and remind students of assignment due dates Use Facebook apps and groups like Flashcards and WeRead to make learning and studying easier and more enjoyable. Become a news source by posting status updates or tailor your feed to follow other media and prominent leaders.
  • 8. TWITTER IN EDUCATION Create a feed Track hash tags Post supplementary materials Connect classroom Follow other educators
  • 9. How to Use Twitter Post supplementary materials like links to articles and videos So students can continue learning even when class is over Create a feed for your classroom so you can tweet about upcoming assignments, events and class news Connect with other classroom, teachers and parents to increase communication and build community Track hash tags, memes and current events by setting up specific feeds the entire class can monitor Follow other educators’ tweets to keep up with the latest teaching trends, get ideas and support one another.
  • 10. YouTube in education Organize search Review Quiz Teach
  • 11. How to Use YouTube Search for on-topic videos that you can use in the classroom to bring lessons to life, making them more memorable. Curate organized playlists so your students can easily find and watch all related and approved videos on a topic Teach students how to produce and edit video by having them film and upload videos to a class YouTube channel Record your lessons and post them on You Tube so students can review them whenever they want. Take your videos to the next level by adding quizzes annotations and more.
  • 12. Blog in education Post daily homework Publish student work Create a class blog Post discussion Encourage students
  • 13. How to Use Blog Create a class blog so students can stay up- todate on upcoming projects, due dates, events and other reminders Post daily or weekly homework assignments on the blog so students who were absent can know what they missed Post discussion topics on the blog; give your students a few days to reflect on the topic and comment Publish student work on the blog, or have students set up their own blogs as online portfolios Encourage students to post on a class blog weekly to develop their own voice and work on their writing.
  • 14. Social Bookmarking in education Subscribe others bookmarks collaboration concept of shared online bookmarks Data Base of collection specific tagging
  • 15. Social bookmarking is a unique service allowing its members to save, review and share websites, articles, photos and music that they discover on the Internet. Collaborate on projects with other schools, sharing bookmarks between all participating communities. Library staff could maintain a list of tags specifically relevant to their school's curriculum A teacher could set up an account for each class, tag resources and make the URL available to the class. As the work is web-based it can be modified and updated from any internet connected computer. Teachers within the department all contribute to the growing database of web resources. Contact other people for professional networking, based on their social bookmarks
  • 16. My message is that in the second decade, teachers no longer need to be "tech-savvy" to transform their classrooms into thriving, connected, learning communities. Rather they need a willingness to question their 20th Century paradigms and rethink their roles as educators in a world where information is available on-demand and communication is instantaneous.
  • 17. "It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive Darwinto change."
  • 18. Virtual Class 3 Screencast Podcast
  • 19. 4 Benefits
  • 20. 4 Benefits
  • 21. Blackboard web conference Online Interactive Teaching I Instant Assessment
  • 22. Virtual Class
  • 23. Virtual Class Introduction
  • 24. Screencast Flipped Classroom
  • 25. Screencasts are an effective way to share ideas, deliver content, and obtain student feedback. can be used in any class as a part of real-time instruction or as the lesson itself as in the flipped teaching model. A screencast can include many multimedia elements — music, sound effects, audio, and graphics — along with text, making any content topic engaging while also appealing to different learning modalities. For the student, screencast allows them to learn by example, seeing for instance a step-bystep sequence in great detail or viewing a screencast video directly related to lesson content.