Friday, July 5th , 2013
Doha- Qatar
Social Media in Education
Panel
Questions or Comments?
Tweet us with #iearnSM
A Day in the Life of Social Media
Social Media in Education Panel
Khitam Al-Utaibi, Jordan
Rebecca Hodges, USA
Mohamed Manoufali, UAE
Andrew Nassar, USA
Mic...
Social Media in
Education
Panel
Khitam Al-Utaibi
Lead Presenter
iEARN-Jordan
Stay in touch!
@khitamah
iearnjordan@aol.com
“Learning Requires Three Key Underlying
Skill Sets - Patience, Curiosity, and a
Willingness to Question Assumptions”
People are becoming more social through
evolving Social Media Tools (SMT).
It’s hard to imagine how things will be by 2020!
Pros & Cons of Social Media
Becoming a Global Educator!
Yahoo email
Yahoo messenger
Facebook
Skype
My own website
In addition to 2008
Two Facebook pag...
Q & A
• What makes these tools different?
The simultaneous interaction
• Between misuse and over use:
You decide
• Can we ...
Q & A
• What strategies can teachers use to make SM
successful for them and their students?
Willingness to communicate, co...
Integrated and
Interdisciplinary
Technologies &
Multimedia
Global
Classrooms, Globaliz
ation
21st Century
Skills
Student-C...
iEARN Collaboration Center was
the pioneer in 1988
THE QUESTION IS:
What will happen if it remains the
same for the coming...
Financial Literacy Eco literacy
Media Literacy
Social/Emotional Literacies
Cyber literacy
Physical Fitness and
Health Lite...
Future iEARN
Collaboration Center …..
Connecting to social
media will transfer us from
a closed circuit to
becoming member...
21st Century Workforce Readiness
• “Because everything is becoming integrated and
interrelated, youth's abilities for expa...
21st Century Workforce Readiness
• Peer-evaluated, crowd-accelerated innovation will
be recognized as a new dynamic for ou...
ARE YOU READY TO EDUCATE ME IN THE NEW MILLENNIA ?
Hi, I’m Shahm from Jordan, one year old
THANK YOU 
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The 20th iEARN conference and 17th Youth Summit is taking place in Qatar from 1st to 6th July 2013. Reach Out To Asia, the representative of iEARN in Qatar, is aiming at making this 5 day conference a learning and cultural experience for all participants. The various activities of the conference are designed around the theme of ICT for Education: Reaching out, building bridges...

http://www.qatar-tribune.com/viewnews.aspx?n=8B2FC85E-B1A8-4AEA-B2E0-318112A8342E&d=20130706

A Panel on Social media in Education was presented with Ms. Hodges and the contributions from a number of educators and a student:

Khitam Al Utaibi, Jordan
Rebecca Hodges, USA
Andrew Nassar, USA/Student
Mohamed Manoufali, UAE
Michael Graffin, Australia
http://www.iearn2013.org/content/conference-program

The aim of the panel was to present the increasing effect of the use of social media in our daily life as well as students' mastery of the use of SM tools daily. There will be no child left behind anymore, it's now the opposite, teachers will be left behind and students will have there own way of exploring, communicating, collaborating, and sharing with their peers to learn with the world. iEARN Collaboration Center is pivotal for iEARN Global Family and we look forward to modernize its tools.

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  • digital tools are allowing human networks to accelerate intelligence. “Because everything is becoming integrated and interrelated, youth's abilities for expansive thinking and public problem solving will dramatically increase,” he noted. “Youth are learning to focus on ‘what matters most,’ with an emphasis on leveraging social media as one's personal learning network. Purposeful collaborative actions will leverage shared knowledge—if we all share what we know, we'll all have access to all our knowledge. Peer-evaluated, crowd-accelerated innovation will be recognized as a new dynamic for our global hologram of shared imagination. Digital reputations will be judged by the level of leveraged meaningful activities one leads, and is directly involved in advocacy for. Just-in-time, inquiry-based learning dynamics will evolve along with recognition that the best innovations can be globally disseminated to billions in a day's time.”Quoted: Frank Odasz, a consultant and speaker on 21st century workforce readiness
  • digital tools are allowing human networks to accelerate intelligence. “Because everything is becoming integrated and interrelated, youth's abilities for expansive thinking and public problem solving will dramatically increase,” he noted. “Youth are learning to focus on ‘what matters most,’ with an emphasis on leveraging social media as one's personal learning network. Purposeful collaborative actions will leverage shared knowledge—if we all share what we know, we'll all have access to all our knowledge. Peer-evaluated, crowd-accelerated innovation will be recognized as a new dynamic for our global hologram of shared imagination. Digital reputations will be judged by the level of leveraged meaningful activities one leads, and is directly involved in advocacy for. Just-in-time, inquiry-based learning dynamics will evolve along with recognition that the best innovations can be globally disseminated to billions in a day's time.”Quoted: Frank Odasz, a consultant and speaker on 21st century workforce readiness
  • Social Media in Education

    1. 1. Friday, July 5th , 2013 Doha- Qatar Social Media in Education Panel
    2. 2. Questions or Comments? Tweet us with #iearnSM
    3. 3. A Day in the Life of Social Media
    4. 4. Social Media in Education Panel Khitam Al-Utaibi, Jordan Rebecca Hodges, USA Mohamed Manoufali, UAE Andrew Nassar, USA Michael Graffin, Australia Moderated by Kevin Donohue
    5. 5. Social Media in Education Panel Khitam Al-Utaibi Lead Presenter iEARN-Jordan Stay in touch! @khitamah iearnjordan@aol.com
    6. 6. “Learning Requires Three Key Underlying Skill Sets - Patience, Curiosity, and a Willingness to Question Assumptions”
    7. 7. People are becoming more social through evolving Social Media Tools (SMT). It’s hard to imagine how things will be by 2020!
    8. 8. Pros & Cons of Social Media
    9. 9. Becoming a Global Educator! Yahoo email Yahoo messenger Facebook Skype My own website In addition to 2008 Two Facebook pages Gmail , Google Drive (to share videos, docs, photos,, etc), Google+, Hangouts Twitter LinkedIn Scoop.it WhatsApp, Viber Other SMT in progress as things evolve!
    10. 10. Q & A • What makes these tools different? The simultaneous interaction • Between misuse and over use: You decide • Can we protect ourselves/students from cyber bullying? Yes, there are tools to block and report any abuse.
    11. 11. Q & A • What strategies can teachers use to make SM successful for them and their students? Willingness to communicate, connect and collaborate globally. • Which tools should be used to make learning activities effective? This depends on the goal and purpose • How can teachers set goals, demands, priorities, time constrains? Most of the popular SMT have ways to control traffic, permissions, calendars, and management tools.
    12. 12. Integrated and Interdisciplinary Technologies & Multimedia Global Classrooms, Globaliz ation 21st Century Skills Student-Centered Project-Based & Research-Driven Relevant, Rigorous and Real-world Adapting to and Creating Constant Personal and Social Change, and Lifelong Learning Critical Attributes of 21st Century Education
    13. 13. iEARN Collaboration Center was the pioneer in 1988 THE QUESTION IS: What will happen if it remains the same for the coming 25 years? Will youth still use it?!
    14. 14. Financial Literacy Eco literacy Media Literacy Social/Emotional Literacies Cyber literacy Physical Fitness and Health Literacies Globalization & Multicultural Literacy The Arts and Creativity Multiple Literacies for the 21st Century Global Citizen
    15. 15. Future iEARN Collaboration Center ….. Connecting to social media will transfer us from a closed circuit to becoming members in the global society!
    16. 16. 21st Century Workforce Readiness • “Because everything is becoming integrated and interrelated, youth's abilities for expansive thinking and public problem solving will dramatically increase,” • “Youth are learning to focus on ‘what matters most,’ with an emphasis on leveraging social media as one's personal learning network. • Purposeful collaborative actions will leverage shared knowledge—if we all share what we know, we'll all have access to all our knowledge. Quoted: Frank Odasz, a consultant and speaker on 21st century workforce readiness
    17. 17. 21st Century Workforce Readiness • Peer-evaluated, crowd-accelerated innovation will be recognized as a new dynamic for our global hologram of shared imagination. • Digital reputations will be judged by the level of leveraged meaningful activities one leads, and is directly involved in advocacy for. Just-in-time, • Inquiry-based learning dynamics will evolve along with recognition that the best innovations can be globally disseminated to billions in a day's time.” Quoted: Frank Odasz, a consultant and speaker on 21st century workforce readiness
    18. 18. ARE YOU READY TO EDUCATE ME IN THE NEW MILLENNIA ? Hi, I’m Shahm from Jordan, one year old
    19. 19. THANK YOU 

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