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Follett User Conference presentation-March 10, 2011

Follett User Conference presentation-March 10, 2011

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  • 1. Social Media in Education
    Shannon McClintock Miller
    Van Meter School Teacher Librarian
    Follow on Twitter @shannonmmiller
    Presentation Website bit.ly/socialmediaineducation
    Follow Follett User Conference on Twitter at #FSC11
  • 2. What is social media?
  • 3. Collaborative and interactive tools found on the web to…
    Connect
    Share
    Publish
    Discuss
    Create
    Teach
  • 4. What social media tools do you use?
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  • 6. http://www.fredcavazza.net/files/Q2-08/SocialMediaLandscape.jpg
  • 7. How can social media be used in education?
  • 8. To globally connect our students through collaboration and interactive tools and networks
  • 9. What does social media bring to the lives of our students?
  • 10. Empowers them to grow as global and digital citizens
  • 11. Enriches their learning experiences by connecting
    with individuals, groups, and experiences around the world
  • 12. So, why wouldn’t you use social media with your students and in education?
  • 13. Lack of Knowledge FiltersPermission FormsFear Not enough timeParentsJust Don’t Want to Try Something New
  • 14. Van Meter’s Story of Using Social Media to Create a Change
  • 15. Over the last four years I have brought social media into our library and school in many ways.
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  • 27. As I became more connected through social media, great things started to happen at Van Meter.
  • 28. Connected with great people from
    Merton, Wisconsin
  • 29. Christa McClintock Van Meter Kindergarten Teacher PatienceEncouragementExcitement We connected….
  • 30. Our Two Schools
  • 31. Skyped from Van Meter, Iowa
  • 32. To Merton, Wisconsin
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  • 34. Connecting & Communicating
    with new friends and places
  • 35. Telling the story of the collaboration and connections through our blog
  • 36. To real life experiences
  • 37. And the connections, collaboration and creations didn’t stop there.
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  • 51. John SchuOak Brook, Illinois
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  • 54. Celebrating Read Across America Day Virtually With Our Friends
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  • 56. We created the Celebrating the Power of Words and Stories Through Connections Wiki, used Twitter and Facebook to promote and had 16 teachers, 10 authors, and dozens of connections around the world on World Read Aloud Day.
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  • 58. Why use social media with students? Lets hear from them.
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  • 67. As you can see, social media gives students endless opportunities to connect, collaborate and create with others around the world.
  • 68. It gives students a place to connect to their passions and to be leaders in education.
  • 69. Social media givesthem a VOICE.
  • 70. It can give you a VOICE to be a change in education too.

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