Young Innovative Entrepreneurship Program

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Young Innovative Entrepreneurship Program

  1. 1. USING ONLINE TOOLS TOFOSTER OFFLINE ACTIONA Teacher’s Guide to Social Media in Education ELIZABETH MÉTRAUX Digital Coordinator,YIEP Online Communications Coordinator, PH International
  2. 2. SECTION 1 EXPLORINGSOCIAL MEDIA
  3. 3. WANT TO CONNECT? THINK P.O.S.T. People Objectives Strategies Technologies
  4. 4. WANT TO CONNECT? THINK P.O.S.T. People Objectives Strategies Technologies
  5. 5. WANT TO CONNECT? THINK P.O.S.T. People Objectives Strategies Technologies
  6. 6. WANT TO CONNECT? THINK P.O.S.T. People Objectives Strategies Technologies
  7. 7. WANT TO CONNECT? THINK P.O.S.T. People Objectives Strategies social Technologies media
  8. 8. WANT TO CONNECT? THINK P.O.S.T. People Objectives Strategies social Technologies media
  9. 9. WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA?Social media refers to any Internet-based application thatenables the creation and exchange of user-generated content.
  10. 10. ASSESSING THE VALUE OF SOCIAL MEDIAReach Social media technologies provide scale capable of reaching a global audience in a decentralized, less hierarchical, and are distinguished by multiple points of production and utility.
  11. 11. ASSESSING THE VALUE OF SOCIAL MEDIAAccessibility Social media tools are generally available to the public at little or no cost.
  12. 12. ASSESSING THE VALUE OF SOCIAL MEDIAUsability Social media production does not require specialized skills and advanced training. In theory, anyone with access can operate the means of social media production.
  13. 13. ASSESSING THE VALUE OF SOCIAL MEDIAImmediacy Social media is capable of virtually instantaneous responses; only the users determine any delay in response.
  14. 14. CREATIVE USES OF SOCIAL MEDIA
  15. 15. Coffee break
  16. 16. SECTION IIYIEP ONLINE
  17. 17. Facebook will be ourprimary means ofcommunication to postnews, information,announcements aboutlesson modules, upcomingevents and onlinepresentations. All updatesto Facebook will alsoappear on Twitter at#yieponline
  18. 18. Both YouTube and Skypewill be used for videoconferencing with experttrainers and to hostwebinars related to thecontent of our curriculum.
  19. 19. The YIEP blog will be the central place that trainers communicate the content of the modules. All newly added modules will be announced via Facebook and Twitter.www.yieponline.blogspot.com
  20. 20. SAFETYSAFETYSAFETY
  21. 21. NEXT STEPS1. Get yourself and your students online! Content and info is already being posted.2. The “formal” program will begin in late January, with dates of classes and webinars accessible on the blog.3. Stay in touch with program staff! If you need anything as we get the program started, please please let us know.

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