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Mobile Phones + Social Media = Classroom Tools? Learning through two distractive technologies in the high school setting

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Presentation at Social Media & Society 2019, Toronto, Canada.

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Mobile Phones + Social Media = Classroom Tools? Learning through two distractive technologies in the high school setting

  1. 1. Learning through two distractive technologies in the high school setting Vanessa P. Dennen Stacey A. Rutledge Lauren M. Bagdy mobile phones + social media classroom learning? @vdennen @laurenbagdy
  2. 2. Social media connects students … between classes and during classes.
  3. 3. What role do phones and social media play in high school classrooms? Beyond “existence proof” (Borko, 2004)
  4. 4. Research Questions In what ways do high school students and teachers use mobile phones and social media to support learning? • What activities do they engage in, and why? • What learning theories support these approaches? • How and why do they vary in level of innovation? What are the tensions that occur when mobile phones and social media enter the classroom?
  5. 5. Method Participants High school students, teachers & administrators Data Collection Interviews Observations Data Analysis Activity Systems Analysis Frameworks Learning theories Park’s (2011) m-learning classification system Rogers (2003) diffusion of innovation
  6. 6. Findings: Classroom Mobile Use & Learning Theories Behaviorist Multiple choice quizzes Cognitivist Information access Information organization Constructivist Not evident
  7. 7. Park (2011) m-learning classification Level 1 - Productivity Level 2 – Flexible Physical Access Level 3 – Capturing & Integrating Data Level 4 – Communication & Collaboration
  8. 8. Diffusion of Innovation Mostly late majority & laggards
  9. 9. Classroom Social Media Use Tool Mobile phone Chromebooks Google SNS accounts Division of Labor Activity Design Activity Participation Community Teachers Students Administrators Social Networks Rules Activity guidelines Phone Rules Social Media Rules Subject Student Teacher Object --> Outcome B Tensions: A: Activity guidelines and phone/social media rules B: Class community and social networks C: Community and outcomes A C
  10. 10. Major Tensions • Teacher pedagogical content knowledge / feeling the need for change in one’s pedagogical approach • Distinguishing between on and off task behaviors. • Classroom management: pedagogy and phone policies • Maintaining appropriate teacher- student distance • Finding technology integration / curriculum • BYOD and account / app access • Wifi and bandwidth
  11. 11. SNS Outside the Classroom Snapchat = homework help Groupme = group project collaboration
  12. 12. Extending question How do the activities of contemporary classrooms shape students’ perceptions of how social media can be used to support learning?
  13. 13. Thank you! Any Questions? Vanessa Dennen @vdennen / vdennen@fsu.edu Lauren Bagdy @laurenbagdy / lbagdy@fsu.edu http://studentssocialmediaschools.com

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