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ICT and Social Media
in Education
University Pedagogical Studies
Vaasa Summer University/ Eduta Oy
Vaasa 19.2.2015
Matleen...
Kuva: Wikipedia, Public domain
Diamonds are
a girl's best
friend.
Picture: Pixabay.com, CC0
New Media Consortium
• Horizon-reports (schools, universities, libraries and
museums,.. also regional reports)
• Twitter: ...
NMC Technology Outlook:
Scandinavian Schools, 1-2 years
www.nmc.org/publication/2015-nmc-technology-outlook-scandinavian-s...
The Matriculation Examination
www.ylioppilastutkinto.fi/images/sivuston_tiedostot/Kehittaminen/YTL_presentation_English.pd...
Digabi - the digitalization project of the
matriculation examination
https://www.ylioppilastutkinto.fi/images/sivuston_tie...
Digabi has changed the pedagogy
• Evaluation and assesment do affect learning
• Teachers and students are getting motivate...
kahoot.it
kahoot.it
An easy tool for tests
•Only teacher needs to sign in (getkahoot.com)
•You or your students can easely create yo...
Exams and quizzes with Google Drive
• Teacher needs to have a Google
account, the students don’t
• New  More  Google For...
Add items
• ”View live form” shows you the form as students see it.
• ”View responses” collects the responses automaticall...
NMC Horizon Report: 2015 HE Edition
cdn.nmc.org/media/2015-nmc-horizon-report-HE-EN.pdf (CC-BY)
Flipped classroom
• ICT and collaborative learning are actively in use
Picture: www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom
NMC Horizon Report: 2015 HE Edition
cdn.nmc.org/media/2015-nmc-horizon-report-HE-EN.pdf (CC-BY)
NMC Horizon Report: 2015 HE Edition
cdn.nmc.org/media/2015-nmc-horizon-report-HE-EN.pdf (CC-BY)
Social media is about sharing
Sharing is an important part of the culture
Kuva: Scott Maxwell, CC BY-SA
• Creative Commons licenses are the
standard for sharing free content online.
– International and non-commercial
• The mos...
stateof.creativecommons.org/?utm_campaign=2014fund&utm_source=carousel&utm_medium=web (CC BY)
stateof.creativecommons.org/?utm_campaign=2014fund&utm_source=carousel&utm_medium=web (CC BY)
stateof.creativecommons.org/?utm_campaign=2014fund&utm_source=carousel&utm_medium=web (CC BY)
This slide is a variation from Tarmo Toikkanen tarmo.fi CC BY-SA –licensed content: Tekijänoikeudet ja Creative Commons da...
Unoffical recommentation to
learning materials is CC BY-SA
How to find CC-licensed pictures
• Google Images  Search tools  Labeled for reuse
• pixabay.com
#openeducationwk #jaajotain
Open Education is about free and open sharing. Free, meaning
no cost, and open, which refers t...
todaysmeet.com
Picture: www.fredcavazza.net/2013/04/17/social-media-landscape-2013, CC BY-SA
FINLAND
1. google.fi
2. google.com
3. facebook.com
4. youtube.com
5. iltalehti.fi
6. wikipedia.org
7. yahoo.com
8. iltasan...
1. Twitter
2. Google Docs/Drive
3. YouTube
4. PowerPoint
5. Google Search
6. WordPress
7. Dropbox
8. Evernote
9. Facebook
...
One address for one course
What is Twitter?
• Communicating with tweets (max. 140 letters)
• A lot of links and pictures are used
• You can follow an...
Eric Langhorst, Twitter, a powerful collaboration tool for teachers
How to read tweets?
• Sign in to Twitter
• Read the tweets from the users website
– twitter.com/matleenalaakso
• Read the ...
Chat and livetweeting
TWITTER
•You need to sign in
•You need to learn tweeting
TODAYSMEET
•todaysmeet.com
•Easy, no signin...
Blogs
A blog is a site published on the internet. It consists of blog
posts (text, slides, pictures, video,..) and is typi...
Audiomessages: vocaroo.com
AppStore: QuickVoice or Google Play: Smart Voice Recorder
10 minutes videomessages
• mailvu.com
• Easy to use, just sign in, record and share
QR codes bring mobile contect
to printed material
QR Code (=Quick Response) is
usually a link to a web page.
It can also o...
Make your own QR codes
And test them before sharing
• www.the-qrcode-generator.com
• qr.snipp.com
URL makes a link
to a we...
QR codes in teaching and learning
With QR codes the students or groups can find
•Assignments
•Guidelines
•Links to social ...
Ideas for using QR codes
• QR Code Art: www.scoop.it/t/qr-code-art
• QR Code Marketing: www.scoop.it/t/qr-
code-marketing
...
padlet.com
• Teacher creates a Padlet wall and shares its link
• You can post texst, pictures, videos, links ect.
• It is ...
Modify the wall
• Basic info
• Wallpaper
• Layout (grid!)
• Address (your username is part of the
address)
What did you learn?
notegraphy.com, App Store, Google play
You can use these to sign in…
• CC-licensies: creativecommons.org
• CC BY-SA (these slides): creativecommons.org/licenses/by-
sa/4.0
• You can also cont...
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  1. 1. ICT and Social Media in Education University Pedagogical Studies Vaasa Summer University/ Eduta Oy Vaasa 19.2.2015 Matleena Laakso Blog: www.matleenalaakso.fi Twitter: @matleenalaakso Slides: www.slideshare.net/MatleenaLaakso Picture: Matleena Laakso, CC BY. The pictures have also other CC- licencies.
  2. 2. Kuva: Wikipedia, Public domain Diamonds are a girl's best friend.
  3. 3. Picture: Pixabay.com, CC0
  4. 4. New Media Consortium • Horizon-reports (schools, universities, libraries and museums,.. also regional reports) • Twitter: @nmcorg • Facebook: www.facebook.com/NewMediaConsortium • YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/NewMediaConsortium
  5. 5. NMC Technology Outlook: Scandinavian Schools, 1-2 years www.nmc.org/publication/2015-nmc-technology-outlook-scandinavian-schools/ (CC BY)
  6. 6. The Matriculation Examination www.ylioppilastutkinto.fi/images/sivuston_tiedostot/Kehittaminen/YTL_presentation_English.pdf • First arranged in Finland in 1852 • 2000s: 35 000 (about half of the age group) • The examination consists of at least four compulsory tests – candidate’s mother tongue (Finnish, Swedish, Sami) – three other compulsory tests from the following group: • second national language • a foreign language • mathematics • one test in the general studies battery of tests (sciences and humanities) – Additional (optional) test(s) may be included in the examination
  7. 7. Digabi - the digitalization project of the matriculation examination https://www.ylioppilastutkinto.fi/images/sivuston_tiedostot/Kehittaminen/YTL_presentation_English.pdf • From paper format to electronic exam (2016-2019) • Digitalization of the whole process
  8. 8. Digabi has changed the pedagogy • Evaluation and assesment do affect learning • Teachers and students are getting motivated and used to the regural use of ICT  Soon those students are here at the university! Picture: Matleena Laakso, CC BY
  9. 9. kahoot.it
  10. 10. kahoot.it An easy tool for tests •Only teacher needs to sign in (getkahoot.com) •You or your students can easely create your own quizzes (private/public) •There are millions of public quizzes you can use as they are or dublicate and edit NOTICE •There can be several right answers but you can choose just one of them •Your get better points when you give the right answer quickly
  11. 11. Exams and quizzes with Google Drive • Teacher needs to have a Google account, the students don’t • New  More  Google Form – Give the title – Chance the theme (if you want to) – Add items (questions) Google Form
  12. 12. Add items • ”View live form” shows you the form as students see it. • ”View responses” collects the responses automatically. • ”Send form” gives you the link to share to your students. • You can get an add-on called Fluraroo to automatically grade the test and to get report and analysis on student performance.
  13. 13. NMC Horizon Report: 2015 HE Edition cdn.nmc.org/media/2015-nmc-horizon-report-HE-EN.pdf (CC-BY)
  14. 14. Flipped classroom • ICT and collaborative learning are actively in use Picture: www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom
  15. 15. NMC Horizon Report: 2015 HE Edition cdn.nmc.org/media/2015-nmc-horizon-report-HE-EN.pdf (CC-BY)
  16. 16. NMC Horizon Report: 2015 HE Edition cdn.nmc.org/media/2015-nmc-horizon-report-HE-EN.pdf (CC-BY)
  17. 17. Social media is about sharing Sharing is an important part of the culture Kuva: Scott Maxwell, CC BY-SA
  18. 18. • Creative Commons licenses are the standard for sharing free content online. – International and non-commercial • The most used license in the world – The Finnish National Board of Education recommends each teacher to use them. • If you wish to let others use your materials, you need to tell them that. The best way to do it is to add CC-lisence to your work. • creativecommons.org Picture: creativecommons.org/licenses, CCBY
  19. 19. stateof.creativecommons.org/?utm_campaign=2014fund&utm_source=carousel&utm_medium=web (CC BY)
  20. 20. stateof.creativecommons.org/?utm_campaign=2014fund&utm_source=carousel&utm_medium=web (CC BY)
  21. 21. stateof.creativecommons.org/?utm_campaign=2014fund&utm_source=carousel&utm_medium=web (CC BY)
  22. 22. This slide is a variation from Tarmo Toikkanen tarmo.fi CC BY-SA –licensed content: Tekijänoikeudet ja Creative Commons datan avaajille: www.slideshare.net/tarmot/tekijanoikeudet-ja-creative-commons-datan-avaajalle Creative Commons -terms By combining these terms you get the licenses on the following slide
  23. 23. Unoffical recommentation to learning materials is CC BY-SA
  24. 24. How to find CC-licensed pictures • Google Images  Search tools  Labeled for reuse • pixabay.com
  25. 25. #openeducationwk #jaajotain Open Education is about free and open sharing. Free, meaning no cost, and open, which refers to the use of open licenses that allow everyone to reuse and modify educational resources. Open Education Week is celebrated as Jaa jotain -päivä in Finland. •9.-13. March 2015 •In English: www.openeducationweek.org •In Finnish: jaajotain.wordpress.com Kuva: Anne Rongas, CC BY
  26. 26. todaysmeet.com
  27. 27. Picture: www.fredcavazza.net/2013/04/17/social-media-landscape-2013, CC BY-SA
  28. 28. FINLAND 1. google.fi 2. google.com 3. facebook.com 4. youtube.com 5. iltalehti.fi 6. wikipedia.org 7. yahoo.com 8. iltasanomat.fi 9. yle.fi 10. bing.com GLOBAL 1. google.com 2. facebook.com 3. youtube.com 4. yahoo.com 5. baidu.com 6. wikipedia.org 7. amazon.com 8. twitter.com 9. taobao.com 10. qq.com Top Sites www.alexa.com/topsites (1/2015)
  29. 29. 1. Twitter 2. Google Docs/Drive 3. YouTube 4. PowerPoint 5. Google Search 6. WordPress 7. Dropbox 8. Evernote 9. Facebook 10. LinkedIn Top Tools for Learning 2014 List c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools
  30. 30. One address for one course
  31. 31. What is Twitter? • Communicating with tweets (max. 140 letters) • A lot of links and pictures are used • You can follow anyone (unless the tweets are protected) • Hashtags are key to global communication – #HigherEd #BETT2015 #openeducationwk #Vaasa • List of Twitter-hashtags for higher education professionals
  32. 32. Eric Langhorst, Twitter, a powerful collaboration tool for teachers
  33. 33. How to read tweets? • Sign in to Twitter • Read the tweets from the users website – twitter.com/matleenalaakso • Read the embeded tweets from the blog/website/Moodle • Show the tweets to the audience (lecture, seminar,..) – www.tweetwally.com – visibletweets.com – twitterfontana.com
  34. 34. Chat and livetweeting TWITTER •You need to sign in •You need to learn tweeting TODAYSMEET •todaysmeet.com •Easy, no signing in
  35. 35. Blogs A blog is a site published on the internet. It consists of blog posts (text, slides, pictures, video,..) and is typically displayed in reverse chronological order. •blogger.com •wordpress.com Picture: Cortega9, CC BY-SA
  36. 36. Audiomessages: vocaroo.com AppStore: QuickVoice or Google Play: Smart Voice Recorder
  37. 37. 10 minutes videomessages • mailvu.com • Easy to use, just sign in, record and share
  38. 38. QR codes bring mobile contect to printed material QR Code (=Quick Response) is usually a link to a web page. It can also open a text or audio message or contact information. You can read the QR codes with your mobile devices •QR Code Reader (Google Play) •QRReader (App Store) •Lumia: magnifying glass --> eye Kuva: Matleena Laakso, CC BY
  39. 39. Make your own QR codes And test them before sharing • www.the-qrcode-generator.com • qr.snipp.com URL makes a link to a web page
  40. 40. QR codes in teaching and learning With QR codes the students or groups can find •Assignments •Guidelines •Links to social media tools where to post answers/pictures,.. •Instruction videos Pictures: Matleena Laakso, CC BY
  41. 41. Ideas for using QR codes • QR Code Art: www.scoop.it/t/qr-code-art • QR Code Marketing: www.scoop.it/t/qr- code-marketing • QR codes for learning: www.scoop.it/t/qr-codes-for-learning • The best of Qrcode: www.scoop.it/t/the-best-of-qrcode
  42. 42. padlet.com • Teacher creates a Padlet wall and shares its link • You can post texst, pictures, videos, links ect. • It is worth signing in!
  43. 43. Modify the wall • Basic info • Wallpaper • Layout (grid!) • Address (your username is part of the address)
  44. 44. What did you learn? notegraphy.com, App Store, Google play You can use these to sign in…
  45. 45. • CC-licensies: creativecommons.org • CC BY-SA (these slides): creativecommons.org/licenses/by- sa/4.0 • You can also contact www.matleenalaakso.fi to get more rights. Licenced under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0) Some of the pictures have other licenses!

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