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SSMS Day 2 Activity Worksheets and Guiding Questions

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Materials from embedded research approach used in Students, Social Media & Schools Project.
For more info see: Dennen, V.P. & Rutledge, S.A. (in press). The embedded lesson approach to social media research: Researching online phenomena in an authentic offline setting. TechTrends, and/or visit http://studentssocialmediaschools.com

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SSMS Day 2 Activity Worksheets and Guiding Questions

  1. 1. Day 2 Activity Handout from Students, Social Media & Schools Project Embedded research approach used in Students, Social Media & Schools Project. For more info see: Dennen, V.P. & Rutledge, S.A. (in press). The embedded lesson approach to social media research: Researching online phenomena in an authentic offline setting. TechTrends. and/or visit http://studentssocialmediaschools.com Community or group Est # of members Estimate the number of members of each group that you follow, are connected to, and/or interact with on each tool. If you do not use a particular tool at all, write in “N/A” Facebook Twitter Instagram Snapchat Vine Pinterest Youtube Kik GroupMe Other Family Teachers/school adults with whom you interact regularly 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Directions 1. Fill in the most important communities in your life in the table above (up to 7). Include both face-to-face-and online groups, as relevant. It is okay if your groups overlap (if two or more groups have similar members). Most likely some of your communities will overlap. 2. For each community, estimate how many people are in the group and enter it into the table. 3. Estimate of the number of people from that group with whom you’re connected on each social media networks. If you use a tool, but not with this community, enter “0” in the column. If you do not use a tool at all, put “X” in that column. If you are uncertain of the accuracy of your estimate, put a question mark after the number (e.g.: 20?)
  2. 2. Day 2 Activity Handout from Students, Social Media & Schools Project Embedded research approach used in Students, Social Media & Schools Project. For more info see: Dennen, V.P. & Rutledge, S.A. (in press). The embedded lesson approach to social media research: Researching online phenomena in an authentic offline setting. TechTrends. and/or visit http://studentssocialmediaschools.com How do your communities overlap? Using the provided stickers, create a visual map of how your communities from the previous worksheet overlap with your school and with each other. 1. Place stickers on diagram, one for each group: a. Larger communities should be represented by larger stickers, and smaller communities by smaller stickers. b. If communities have overlapping membership, the stickers should overlap with each other c. Communities made consisting entirely of people from school should be placed inside the circle. d. Communities consisting of some people from school and some not from school should overlap the edges of the circle. e. Communities consisting of people entirely outside of school should be placed outside the circle. Their distance from the circle should represent how likely (close to circle) or unlikely (far from circle) the community members are to interact with people from school. 2. Label: Label each community. 3. Estimate size of overlap: For the communities that overlap with school or with each other, estimate the size of overlap (how many people are members in both groups). Write that number in the area where the overlap occurs, or just outside of it if you need additional space. SCHOOL
  3. 3. Day 2 Activity Handout from Students, Social Media & Schools Project Embedded research approach used in Students, Social Media & Schools Project. For more info see: Dennen, V.P. & Rutledge, S.A. (in press). The embedded lesson approach to social media research: Researching online phenomena in an authentic offline setting. TechTrends. and/or visit http://studentssocialmediaschools.com To what degree does social media help you feel connected with your communities? Explain and give 1-3 examples. To what degree does social media help you feel connected with your school? Explain and give 1-3 examples. If the adults in your life (parents, family friends, teachers) are on a particular social media tool, how does that affect your use of that tool? Does it differ by tool?

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