Pedagogy, teaching delivery, strategies, teachers’ skills & development
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Social media for teaching and interaction
socialmediafor teaching and interaction Mavic G. Pineda Information Technology Department De La Salle University @mobilemarthaPhilippine eLearning Society 11th National Conference Dumaguete City, 8 Dec 2012
Thoughts for this afternoon To learn and have fun To explore on more exciting projects To be social and speak the social language Part 1 – Exposition Part 2 – Interact Go home and rethink..
BackgroundWhen we aresupposed toaffect the life ofour students, it’swe who areaffected..
Remember these--- PEDAGOGY You have mastery of this! KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS You are the subject matter expert! ICT & WEB TOOLS You are continuously learning, acquiring, practicing these. CONTEXT You are going to translate pedagogy, knowledge & skills thru technology!
Bringing digital literacyto the next level Digital Competency • Teach technology • Teach with technology • Teach in the context of technology • Teach context thru technology
self-service learning rich user experience radical collective intelligencecollaboration trust cloud services WEB 2.0 participation & open empowerment development tagging rich media personal learning
So how do we characterize Social Media forteaching There are many tool choices based on our teaching comforts These are easy to learn, easy to manage, easy to maintain Permits preservation of good projects Student projects in the web are our diplomas as teachers!
And this is not perfect!!Here’s now the Manila Experience
A collaborative class project Students’ idea Their common interest Their management And of course it exhibits diversity in their outputs http://behindthewallsofintramuros.tumblr.com/
Things to remember In designing the project, consider the KSAVs Give room for self-regulation Design an amenable evaluation (win-win) There must always be a challenge! Give room for reflective thinking. Think of contingencies or alternative projects In this example— Design a collaborative project Deadlines are constructive Ensure the participation of everyone constraints that encourage There should be a one time big event that requires everyone’s presence creativity! Monitor the progress
Other examples Story telling - https://ondoydiaries.wordpress.com/
Other examples http://ed4all.tumblr.com/page/2
The practical & persuasive TwitterSource: http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.com/2009/01/teaching-with-twitter.html
What is Twitter for Me Alternate way of knowing my students I use it as additional medium of student announcements & feedback. I test an idea, think aloud, get response from students or strangers. It’s a good place to share constructive ideas and meet bright minds. It ‘s a hub of prudence and kind online behavior. It’s a pitstop of sharing fun, good food, even bad days. It’s a channel where I hear students’ irrational thoughts, have a better understanding of them. It’s a place where people share things they are passionate about, so amazing & admirable!
so what are we waiting for? Mavic G. Pineda Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s try it1. Google Twitter.2. Register. Create a simple and short username. In Twitter, you call it Handle.3. What is a Tweet4. Let’s tweet.5. What is Follow and Unfollow? Retweet? Reply?6. Follow your seatmates. Follow me.7. What is a hashtag #?8. We will use the #pels2012