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Easter Egg Teaching Power ;-))

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Education is not sufficiently aware of the potentials for using social media in the classroom, according to a study of the dutch Academy of Media and Society. Smart use of social media in the classroom motivates students, enhance their learning and improves classroom efficiency, according to Kennisnet.

How can you use the benefits of social media in your classroom?

In this workshop you will experience five social media easter eggs which allows you to instantly improve you teaching power.

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Easter Egg Teaching Power ;-))

  1. 1. Easter Egg Teaching Power
  2. 2. Using Social Media in the Class Easter Egg Teaching Power Patrick Koning Senior trainer/developer/teacher Academie for Teaching & Learning IT-Academie Koning Willem I College
  3. 3. Koning Willem I College
  4. 4. 21st Century Skills
  5. 5. Media Skills • 3 years development • Media Literacy – all 1st year students; – 15 lessons x 1.5 hours; – 3 C’s: Content, Contact & Conduct • Train-the-trainer: Media Literacy • Time for Tools • Media Literacy café • Leergang TOL
  6. 6. What’s an Easter Egg?
  7. 7. What’s an Easter Egg? In computer software, Easter eggs are secret responses that occur in response to an undocumented set of commands. The results can vary from a simple printed message or image, to a page of programmer credits or a small videogame hidden inside an otherwise serious piece of software. Videogame cheat codes are a specific type of Easter egg, in which entering a secret command will unlock special powers or new levels for the player.[3][4]
  8. 8. What’s an Easter Egg?
  9. 9. What’s an Easter Egg?
  10. 10. How to do it differently? Motivation Effective learning [bron: ] Efficient learning Effect of IT
  11. 11. How to do it differently? IT is successful if applied to existing teaching practices [bron: ] IT is less successful when applied to new teaching practices
  12. 12. Piktochart
  13. 13. Piktochart
  14. 14. Youtube
  15. 15. Delicious
  16. 16. Dipity
  17. 17. Khan Academy
  18. 18. Tricider http://goo.gl/xO6sqI
  19. 19. Socrative
  20. 20. Socrative
  21. 21. DuckDuckGo
  22. 22. Popplet
  23. 23. 140 Characters Social netwerk What are you doing? + Picture + Video + Geotags #durftevragen + Retweet + Lists + Search + Direct messages + Reply Twitterwall Twitter
  24. 24. Facebook
  25. 25. Facebook
  26. 26. LinkedIN
  27. 27. Padlet http://goo.gl/SFF54r
  28. 28. Slideshare <embed>
  29. 29. Glogster
  30. 30. Wikipedia
  31. 31. RSS
  32. 32. Kahoot! “Sir, can we do this more often?”
  33. 33. http://goo.gl/I5N2eO Educaplay
  34. 34. Wordpress
  35. 35. What you should remember?
  36. 36. What you should remember?
  37. 37. What you should remember? Motivation Effective learning [bron: ] Efficient learning Effect of IT
  38. 38. What you should remember? #FAIL
  39. 39. What you should remember? #FAIL First Attempt in Learning
  40. 40. Thnx ;-)) Op mijn edublog Lerenontrafeld.nl ontrafel ik leren en doceren in pedagogiek, didactiek en technologie. http://lerenontrafeld.nl/ pjkoning pjkoning pkoning +PatrickKoning Follow me:

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