You Tube, MySpace, & Blogs. Oh My!<br />Susan K. Stewart<br />
Safety Concerns<br />Anything said (typed) goes out to the universe <br />Never give personal information ANYTIME <br />Kn...
Let’s Be Nice<br />Would you say in person? In front of your mother?<br />Is it true? How do you know?<br />CAPITAL LETTER...
Let’s Be Ethical<br />Don’t hide behind fake names<br />Don’t steal someone else’s writing – even from an email<br />Don’t...
Social Networking<br />Email<br />Chat rooms, newsgroups, discussion boards (forums)<br />Instant Messaging – IM<br />Text...
E-mail<br />Communicate with others<br />Have a mail list about a subject<br />Have a newsletter<br />Connect with experts...
Chats<br />Classes<br />Connect with experts<br />Group discussions<br />
Instant Message/Text Message<br />For groups, a way to get to know each other<br />Get help for group projects<br />Brains...
Blogging<br />Current events<br />Research<br />Meet experts<br />Student Blogs<br />Group Blogs<br />Yearbook blog, photo...
Wikis<br />As Mike Lawrence, Executive Director of CUE, noted: &quot;When students write a paper, they&apos;re usually wri...
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Is there a place for social networking in education? Homeschooling? For young people? Parents and teachers learn the facts of social media and how to help young people to use it wisely.

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    1. 1. You Tube, MySpace, & Blogs. Oh My!<br />Susan K. Stewart<br />
    2. 2. Safety Concerns<br />Anything said (typed) goes out to the universe <br />Never give personal information ANYTIME <br />Know how to save chats, IMs, other information<br />Know how to report abuse or problems<br />Cyberbullying<br />
    3. 3. Let’s Be Nice<br />Would you say in person? In front of your mother?<br />Is it true? How do you know?<br />CAPITAL LETTERS are shouting.<br />Don’t send an email when angry.<br />
    4. 4. Let’s Be Ethical<br />Don’t hide behind fake names<br />Don’t steal someone else’s writing – even from an email<br />Don’t steal computer programs, music, or videos<br />Don’t hack a web site<br />
    5. 5. Social Networking<br />Email<br />Chat rooms, newsgroups, discussion boards (forums)<br />Instant Messaging – IM<br />Text messaging<br />Blogging<br />Twitter<br />Wikis<br />MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn, ShoutLife<br />Mash Ups<br />Podcast<br />YouTube<br />Virtual Worlds<br />Second Life, Gaia<br />
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    7. 7. E-mail<br />Communicate with others<br />Have a mail list about a subject<br />Have a newsletter<br />Connect with experts<br />”…email is increasingly seen (by teenagers) as a tool for communicating with “adults” such as teachers, institutions like schools, and as a way to convey lengthy and detailed information to large groups. Meanwhile, IM is used for everyday conversations with multiple friends that range from casual to more serious and private exchanges.&quot; (Survey results from Pew)<br />
    8. 8. Chats<br />Classes<br />Connect with experts<br />Group discussions<br />
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    10. 10. Instant Message/Text Message<br />For groups, a way to get to know each other<br />Get help for group projects<br />Brainstorming<br />Book or movie discussions<br />
    11. 11. Blogging<br />Current events<br />Research<br />Meet experts<br />Student Blogs<br />Group Blogs<br />Yearbook blog, photolog, or vlog<br />Project<br />Writing<br />Peer Review<br />
    12. 12. Wikis<br />As Mike Lawrence, Executive Director of CUE, noted: &quot;When students write a paper, they&apos;re usually writing for one person: their teacher. When students know their peers will read what they write, students care and they try harder.”<br />Group use<br />Create and conduct a class<br />Long-distance learning projects<br />
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    15. 15. Social Networks<br />MySpace, Facebook, ShoutLife, Multiply, ePals<br />Build relationships<br />Share information<br />Build your own social network – Ning.com<br />Build online classrooms or courses<br />California Homeschool Teens<br />

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