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WinAkademy Soutien Scolaire, invitée à la conférence internationale ICEEE 2012 a présenté sa vision des nouvelles techniques innovantes dans l'enseignement.

WinAkademy Soutien Scolaire, invitée à la conférence internationale ICEEE 2012 a présenté sa vision des nouvelles techniques innovantes dans l'enseignement.

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  • Global Presentation WinAkademy is a French educational company. The company proposes tutoring courses for all ages, professional trainings and elaborated courses in classrooms. 2
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 3
  • New Technologies TodayToday, new technologies are used in all daily tasks. They areapplied to communicate between individuals. People want to do : Faster Easier Accuracy - Reliability
  • Social Media – The new channelA new communication channel is born  The Social Media How integrate this new channel for educational purposes ? 5
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 6
  • Social MediaSocial media networks are interactive and collective tools on the web thatgive people the opportunity to create, share and publish information, buildcommunities and communicate around the world. Social Media = Viable Marketing and Customer Service Channel Industries What about education and educational organizations?
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 8
  • Social Media and Education Teach educator actors how to use social media. Teach the students how to effectively use theseresources. 9
  • Social Media and EducationHow can social media be used in education without affecting thestudents negatively?The objective is to use those networks to connect with other classrooms,globally communicate with students or educational actors, and enrich thelives of students by bringing interest, excitement and learning experiences.Social media platforms = Future best ways to involve children andteenagers in learning and knowledge.  The development of creative skills, and the opportunity for students and kids to be leaders in education and empower them to grow as digital and global citizens.These media give the ability to rapidly connect with students and highlyinfluence them. 10
  • Social Media and EducationMany organizations use the Facebookplatform to quantify social spinoffs of a newservice or new project, by estimating thenumber of “Like”, for example. Students and pupils could add followers on Tweeter like artists or authors and have so information about their creativity and books or artistic creations.
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 12
  • Social Media and Education OrganizationsThe percentage of Internet connection in educational institutions is growingand will attend 100% of colleges and secondary schools in France. We can then conclude that Internet connection is widelyavailable for all pupils and students.Technology is infused, especially in developed countries, where allstudents have laptop, and have labs available to work on.The students can then reach each other via social networks, creatinggroups on Facebook for example and exchanging information aboutacademic work.Social media could also involve the educational actors such as teachersand tutors, and it could be very helpful and productive to have themusing those networks in a constructive way.
  • Social Media and Education OrganizationsNew online community for pedagogical purposes. The purposes of this community are to build a real exchangebetween experimented teachers and un-experimented ones and allowevery educational actor to speak about their pedagogical methods andtechniques.
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 15
  • Social Media and SchoolsWhen schools organize a big project or activities, for example, or whenthey want to put news and information, they can add it on their Youtubeaccount, Twitter account, Facebook account.Social networking brings such a positiveimpact on children and school: a lot ofresources, many connections, people,and experiences. Social networks also help to orientate the kids in their future career and learn about different types of jobs in different fields. 16
  • Social Media and Schools We are wondering what are the criteria needed to build such efficient tools ?  Simplicity  Ergonomy  Interactions  Media : Images and Videos  Personalization  BuzzChildren need to be attracted by a community platform that looks like theone they are usually using but with educational information andapplications. 17
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 18
  • Going FurtherIt is a good way to provide advice, create a connection betweenteachers and students and share recommendation, information.  Analyzing their conversation and their answers on the forum. It’s good and beneficial for the school to connect with pupils or students andsee them excited about a topic and learn something new.  An educator with a supervision role. 19
  • Conclusion and PerspectivesAll these analysis let us think of innovative methods for communicatingamongst educational actors.Using social media as a means to further education is a great way to getchildren involved and to help them interact. It brings them excitement andinterest about learning and transmitting information.Schools need to review their strategy by implementing moreInformation and Communication Technology and Social Media intheir daily communication with pupils. 20
  • Plan Introduction Social Media Social Media and Education Social Media and Educational Organizations Social Media and Schools Going further Questions 21
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