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Bridges Canada PowerPoint Update

  1. 1. BRIDGES EXPLAINED
  2. 2. Social media refers to the means of  interactions among people in which they  create, share, and exchange information  and ideas in virtual communities and  networks.  (wikipedia)  ^ Ahlqvist, Toni; Bäck, A., Halonen, M., Heinonen, S (2008). "Social media road maps exploring the futures  triggered by social media". VTT Tiedotteita - Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus (2454): 13. - 
  3. 3. SOURCE: www.slideshare.net/mzkagan/what-is-social-media-now
  4. 4. SOURCE: www.slideshare.net/mzkagan/what-is-social-media-now
  5. 5. SOURCE: www.slideshare.net/mzkagan/what-is-social-media-now
  6. 6. More than two thirdstwo thirds of CanadiansCanadians who use the internet are regular social media usersare regular social media users, And nearly two thirdsnearly two thirds of social media users in Canada check theircheck their feeds dailyfeeds daily.       MEDIA TECHNOLOGY MONITOR 2013
  7. 7. 96% of K-12 students with internet access report  using social networking technologies         TECHNOLOGYTECHNOLOGY DOMINATESDOMINATES THE LIVES OF 8-188-18 YEARSYEARS, WITH THESE GROUPS SPENDING AN AVERAGEAVERAGE OF 7-7- 1/2 HOURS1/2 HOURS A DAYDAY ON SOME FORM OF DIGITAL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT.
  8. 8. 96% of K-12 students with internet access report using social networking technologies OH YEAH!
  9. 9. . FOR STUDENTSFOR STUDENTS......SOCIALSOCIAL MEDIAMEDIA ISIS USED INUSED IN EVERYDAYEVERYDAY INTERACTIONINTERACTION
  10. 10. . LIKE SERIOUSLY, LIKE SERIOUSLY, IT’S USED IT’S USED EVERYWHERE!!! EVERYWHERE!!!
  11. 11. KIDSKIDS ARE LEADINGLEADING THE WORLD’S TRANSITION TOTRANSITION TO DIGITAL MEDIADIGITAL MEDIA. THIS IS IN PART BECAUSE KIDS HAVEN’T SPENT YEARS GETTING USED TO ANYTHING ELSE. GENERATION M2: MEDIA IN THE LIVES OF 8-TO-18 YEARS OLDS KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION JANURAY 2010
  12. 12. ` 59%59% OF STUDENTSSTUDENTS WHO USE SOCIALUSE SOCIAL NETWORKING TALK ABOUT EDUCATIONNETWORKING TALK ABOUT EDUCATION TOPICS ONLINE, WITH 50%50% TALKING SPECIFICALLY ABOUT HOMEWORK.HOMEWORK.
  13. 13. “we are the digital immigrants – we are the ones who are basically transforming our lives to deal with social media; whereas these students don’t know anything different,” Wayne Leavey TDSB principal, 2013 Global News Interview.
  14. 14. 37%37% OF TEENS HAVE CELLULAR PHONESCELLULAR PHONES, OF THAT 27%27% HAVE SMARTPHONESSMARTPHONES. ALSO, 87%87% OF TEENS HAVE THE ABILITY TO TAKE PICTURESPICTURES ON THEIR PHONES. 10 Things to Know About How Teens Use Technology Kristen Purcell Jul 10, 2013 at ACT Enrollment Planners Conference, Pew Internet.
  15. 15. IF YOU HAVEN’T GOT ON THE TRAIN, DON’T WORRY, YOU WILL EVENTUALLY!
  16. 16. SOSO…..…..WHATWHAT DOES THATDOES THAT MEAN FORMEAN FOR US?US?
  17. 17. How do we create richwe create rich learning environmentslearning environments that meet the needs of diverseneeds of diverse learnerslearners, and whatwhat socialsocial media toolsmedia tools are most appropriate for supporting that learning?
  18. 18. SOCIAL MEDIA IMPACTS: LEARNING
  19. 19. SOCIAL MEDIA IMPACTS: COLLABORATION
  20. 20. SOCIAL MEDIA IMPACTS: ENGAGEMENT
  21. 21. SOCIAL MEDIA IMPACTS: ATTENDANCE
  22. 22. SOCIAL MEDIA IMPACTS: ACHIEVEMENT
  23. 23. Electronic communication and social media can be effective when used cautiously and professionally. They serve a range of purposes, from helping students and parents/guardians access assignments and resources related to classroom studies to connecting with classrooms in other communities and countries. THE ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS. PROFESSIONAL ADVISORY: USE OF COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA. ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS, 2011. PRINT.
  24. 24. Electronic communication and social media can be effective when used cautiously and professionally. They serve a range of purposes, from helping students and parents/guardians access assignments and resources related to classroom studies to connecting with classrooms in other communities and countries. THE ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS. PROFESSIONAL ADVISORY: USE OF COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA. ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS, 2011. PRINT.
  25. 25. Social media also fosters the ability to collaborate, and instant feedback on ideas, pictures, and projects that are posted via social media can help all students, including those with special needs or developmental disabilities, to gain more confidence. SOURCES: MASTERSINSPECIALEDUCATION.COM
  26. 26. 29 Text Text Let’s Get Social!
  27. 27. PORTLAND, OREGAN SOCIAL MEDIA PILOT TARGETED RESULTS FOR A SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY: ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT ATTENDANCE SOURCE MASHABLE.COM , EDSOME.COM
  28. 28. • ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT • SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT • ATTENDANCE • SOURCE MASHABLE.COM , EDSOME.COM PORTLAND, OREGAN SOCIAL MEDIA PILOT
  29. 29. • 20% OF STUDENTS SCHOOL-WIDE WERE COMPLETING ASSIGNMENTS FOR NO CREDIT • GRADES WENT UP BY MORE THAN 50% • CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM WAS REDUCED BY 1/3 • SOURCE MASHABLE.COM , EDSOME.COM PORTLAND, OREGAN SOCIAL MEDIA PILOT
  30. 30. HOW AREHOW ARE SCHOOLSSCHOOLS …… USINGUSING SOCIALSOCIAL MEDIAMEDIA??
  31. 31. EXAMPLES OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM
  32. 32. HELLO SOCIALHELLO SOCIAL MEDIA POLICYMEDIA POLICY CAN I HELP YOU?CAN I HELP YOU?
  33. 33. OH MYOH MY PRIVACY!PRIVACY!
  34. 34. As educators it’s important to evolve as technology and social media change the way students learn.
  35. 35. Follow us: @BridgesCanada Like us: /BridgesCanada

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