Social media for teaching, learning, and researching


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  • all the rhetoric of students being highly networked, being more skilled than us... etc - forget that for now! \n
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  • from the school walls into the world \n
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  • it is important to consider what role we have online and what role we want learners to play in such environments \n
  • the web opens a new, diverse world \nwhere different cultures, opinions, resources AND PEOPLE come together \n
  • but not necessarily personal (as in private)\n
  • personal as in private\n
  • for the congregation of people - share of ideas and contruction of new knowledge through new scenarios and contexts \n
  • for learning ...and teaching \n
  • for the presentation and representation of the individual: ownership and identity\n
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  • that encourage \n
  • exploration of new paths \n
  • fostering autonomy \n
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  • believing - teacher is the courterback of the game - pushing the learner to achieve and set himself/herself goals he/she never thought they they could \n
  • developing personal meaning \n
  • boots motivation \nappeals to new initiatives \n
  • the glue of the learning \n
  • delegation - entrusting and investing on the learner \nThat’s the glue of the glue\n
  • development of rubrics that cover the process \nvalue engagement \nencourage participation in learning \n\nassessment that fits new learning \n\n
  • what matters is the process... el camino!\n
  • I’ll take you down my bumpy road - the stories of my learning path ... my camino\n
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  • fast gain\n
  • teaching culture \nrigid curricula \nassessment \n
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  • Social media for teaching, learning, and researching

    1. Social Media for learning, teaching and researching
    2. what is social media?
    3. more than tools
    4. it’s an approach to do things differently!
    6. they might have the latest technology
    7. we have the pedagogy
    8. How are you using the web?
    9. as a book? ~Michael Coghlan
    10. beyond the pdf...
    11. or as a contributor?
    12. or both?
    13. windows
    14. highly personal(ised) highly personal(ised)
    15. social notpersonal
    16. as a space
    17. as a tool
    18. presentation as a strategyprofilingresearch
    19. creating contexts for teaching and learning
    20. setting challenges
    21. designing activities
    22. exploring learning
    23. autonomy
    24. collaboration
    25. mentoring
    26. active participation
    27. creativity
    28. socialisation of learning
    29. trust
    30. assessment
    31. Its not what you know that counts anymore; its what you can learn. Grown up digital: how the net generation is changing your world. Don Tapscott
    32. a couple of stories
    33. the Blog!
    34. Valentine’s day An All-Skills Valentine Podcast
    35. the writing enigma
    36. the tourist guide a webquest
    37. the wikipedia entry
    40. the reportImage by Yagan Kiely (CC BY-SA 2.0)
    41. research
    42. Massively collaborative mathematics Timothy Gowers & Michael Nielsen The Polymath Project proved that many minds can work together to solve difficult mathematical problems. Timothy Gowers and Michael Nielsen reflect on the lessons learned for open-source science.
    43. blog for reflective practice
    44. twitter for spontaneous sharing
    45. things to consider... ...not to be treated as barriers!
    46. Privacy!
    47. copyright & IPR
    48. ethics !!
    49. caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar. Antonio Machado