#SMOOC2014
SOCIAL MEDIA
LESSONS
MODULE 2
Promoting Active Learning Through
Social Media Lessons
SM Lessons Social Media fo...
#SMOOC2014
Webinar Rules of the Road
Interacting During the Webinar
•  Feel free to use the chat
•  Feel free to tweet usi...
#SMOOC2014
About the MOOC
•  Co-designed by graduate students in the Instructional
Systems Program at Florida State Univer...
#SMOOC2014
Topics Covered in Webinar
•  Social Media, Web 2.0, and the Knowledge Economy
•  Sample Social Media Lessons
SM...
#SMOOC2014
Curation à Lessons
Curation
•  Collecting and
organizing
materials and
resources
Lessons
•  Planned
activities...
#SMOOC2014
POLL: Engaging Learners
Are you engaging learners in active use of social media
and Web 2.0 tools?
A.  Yes, def...
#SMOOC2014
Types of Online Learning Interactions
•  Moore (1989) suggests:
Learner-teacher
Learner-learner
Learner-content...
#SMOOC2014
Shifting Web Technologies
A small # of
people
create, a
large #
consume
(static)
Web 1.0
Many people
create and...
#SMOOC2014
What is Web 2.0
Web 2.0 IS
•  A philosophy about tool
use
•  Ever changing
•  Constant redefined by
users
Web 2...
#SMOOC2014
IT’S NOT ABOUT THE
TOOL …
but how you use it.
SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen ...
#SMOOC2014
Case in point:
Google Docs & Dropbox
Most common uses:
•  Personal productivity
•  File sharing
•  Low-level
co...
#SMOOC2014
Case in point:
• Prezi
Most common use:
• In lieu of Powerpoint
Just because it is online and allows
sharing do...
#SMOOC2014
Case in point: Blogs
•  Changing personal,
paper-based journals
into web-based ones
•  Using Wordpress to
creat...
#SMOOC2014
Dimensions of Participation in the Social
Knowledge Landscape
•  Using items posted onlineConsumption
•  Creati...
#SMOOC2014
Online Knowledge Activities
•  Knowledge consumption
•  Knowledge creation
•  Knowledge management
•  Knowledge...
#SMOOC2014
Produsage and Produsers (Axel Bruns)
• A blending of
consumption and
production
• Iterative and ongoing
SM Less...
#SMOOC2014
Produsage Principles (Bruns, 2007)
Open Participation
Fluid Roles
Meritocracy
Distributed
Leadership
Continuous...
#SMOOC2014
Why engage learners in this way?
Social media and produsage are both
important parts of the educational
experie...
#SMOOC2014
Reasons why educators integrate social
media
• It’s new and trendy
• Students are digital natives
• Institution...
#SMOOC2014
Reasons why educators integrate social
media
• It’s new and trendy
• Students are digital natives
• Institution...
#SMOOC2014
POLL – Are you using social media
lessons?
How many of you have already integrated social media into
your instr...
#SMOOC2014
POLL – What is your primary reason for
social media integration?
Why do you want to develop social media lesson...
#SMOOC2014
Example: Twitter in an Ed Tech Course
• Learners: preservice teachers
• Assignment: use Twitter throughout seme...
#SMOOC2014
Example: Twitter in an Ed Tech Course
SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florid...
#SMOOC2014
Example: Twitter in an Ed Tech Course
SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florid...
#SMOOC2014
•  Google Sites wiki/website, collaborative project
•  Information on the Italian society and culture
SM Lesson...
#SMOOC2014
Example: L’Italia dal vivo (2)
•  Platforms:
•  L’Italia dal vivo site
•  Work-in-progress wiki: Wiki dal vivo
...
#SMOOC2014
Example: L’Italia dal vivo (3)
SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State...
#SMOOC2014
Example: L’Italia dal vivo (4)
SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State...
#SMOOC2014
Example: Voicethread Presentations
•  voicethread.com
•  Presentations may be instructor or student created
•  ...
#SMOOC2014
Example: Voicethread Presentations
#SMOOC2014
Example: Voicethread Presentations
#SMOOC2014
Ideas for Social Media Lessons
•  Collaborative writing activities
•  Publication, presentation and feedback ac...
#SMOOC2014
Wrap Up
•  Think about ways of using the media to promote active
learning, whether via networking or creation
•...
#SMOOC2014
THANKS FOR JOINING US!
Time for Questions
SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Fl...
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  1. 1. #SMOOC2014 SOCIAL MEDIA LESSONS MODULE 2 Promoting Active Learning Through Social Media Lessons SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 1 Fabrizio Fornara Vanessa Dennen
  2. 2. #SMOOC2014 Webinar Rules of the Road Interacting During the Webinar •  Feel free to use the chat •  Feel free to tweet using #SMOOC2014 If You Need Help •  TAs will help in the chat During the Q&A •  Raise your (virtual) hand if you want to speak. We’ll call on you and enable your audio. •  Type questions for the speakers into the chat. Start with a Q: to indicate it’s a question for the speakers. SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 2
  3. 3. #SMOOC2014 About the MOOC •  Co-designed by graduate students in the Instructional Systems Program at Florida State University •  This week’s module design team is: •  Fabrizio Fornara •  Yanjun Pan •  Wei Qiang •  Kate Sumsion SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 3
  4. 4. #SMOOC2014 Topics Covered in Webinar •  Social Media, Web 2.0, and the Knowledge Economy •  Sample Social Media Lessons SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 4
  5. 5. #SMOOC2014 Curation à Lessons Curation •  Collecting and organizing materials and resources Lessons •  Planned activities and interactions •  May draw upon or generate materials and resources SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 5
  6. 6. #SMOOC2014 POLL: Engaging Learners Are you engaging learners in active use of social media and Web 2.0 tools? A.  Yes, definitely B.  Maybe, I’m not sure C.  No, but I would like to SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 6 Vote here!
  7. 7. #SMOOC2014 Types of Online Learning Interactions •  Moore (1989) suggests: Learner-teacher Learner-learner Learner-content •  Social media adds learner-outsider or learner- community (Dennen, 2013) SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 7
  8. 8. #SMOOC2014 Shifting Web Technologies A small # of people create, a large # consume (static) Web 1.0 Many people create and consume; few are pure consumers (user contributors) Web 2.0 We all contribute to the creation as we consume (semantic web) Web 3.0 SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 8
  9. 9. #SMOOC2014 What is Web 2.0 Web 2.0 IS •  A philosophy about tool use •  Ever changing •  Constant redefined by users Web 2.0 IS NOT •  A tool •  A software version •  Static •  Defined by experts SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 9
  10. 10. #SMOOC2014 IT’S NOT ABOUT THE TOOL … but how you use it. SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 10
  11. 11. #SMOOC2014 Case in point: Google Docs & Dropbox Most common uses: •  Personal productivity •  File sharing •  Low-level collaboration between known parties Just because it is online and allows sharing doesn’t make it social media SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 11
  12. 12. #SMOOC2014 Case in point: • Prezi Most common use: • In lieu of Powerpoint Just because it is online and allows sharing doesn’t make it social media SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 12
  13. 13. #SMOOC2014 Case in point: Blogs •  Changing personal, paper-based journals into web-based ones •  Using Wordpress to create a static Web site Just because it supports social interactions doesn’t make it social media SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 13
  14. 14. #SMOOC2014 Dimensions of Participation in the Social Knowledge Landscape •  Using items posted onlineConsumption •  Creating and posting items onlineProduction •  Reading and lurkingPassive •  Commenting, sharingActive - Network •  Curating, remixing, designingActive – Creation SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 14
  15. 15. #SMOOC2014 Online Knowledge Activities •  Knowledge consumption •  Knowledge creation •  Knowledge management •  Knowledge brokering SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 15
  16. 16. #SMOOC2014 Produsage and Produsers (Axel Bruns) • A blending of consumption and production • Iterative and ongoing SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 16
  17. 17. #SMOOC2014 Produsage Principles (Bruns, 2007) Open Participation Fluid Roles Meritocracy Distributed Leadership Continuous Development Shared Intellectual Property Individual Objectives SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 17 produsage.org/node/11
  18. 18. #SMOOC2014 Why engage learners in this way? Social media and produsage are both important parts of the educational experience: • To prepare learners for participation in the knowledge economy • To develop lifelong learning skills SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 18
  19. 19. #SMOOC2014 Reasons why educators integrate social media • It’s new and trendy • Students are digital natives • Institutional pressure • Motivates learners • Enhances learning outcomes • Enables new types of learning interactions SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 19
  20. 20. #SMOOC2014 Reasons why educators integrate social media • It’s new and trendy • Students are digital natives • Institutional pressure • Motivates learners • Enhances learning outcomes • Enables new types of learning interactions SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 20
  21. 21. #SMOOC2014 POLL – Are you using social media lessons? How many of you have already integrated social media into your instructional design or teaching? A.  I have done this and engaged learners as producers B.  I have done this and have engaged learners primarily as consumers C.  I have done this and have engaged learners equally as consumers and producers D.  I have not yet used social media in a lesson SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 21 Vote here!
  22. 22. #SMOOC2014 POLL – What is your primary reason for social media integration? Why do you want to develop social media lessons? A.  Enable new types of learning interactions B.  Enable new types of learning creations / products C.  Institutional pressure D.  To keep current Be honest! J SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 22 Vote here!
  23. 23. #SMOOC2014 Example: Twitter in an Ed Tech Course • Learners: preservice teachers • Assignment: use Twitter throughout semester •  Class updates •  Find resources •  Build a network • Submitted for assessment •  Archive of tweets •  Reflection paper SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 23
  24. 24. #SMOOC2014 Example: Twitter in an Ed Tech Course SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 24
  25. 25. #SMOOC2014 Example: Twitter in an Ed Tech Course SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 25
  26. 26. #SMOOC2014 •  Google Sites wiki/website, collaborative project •  Information on the Italian society and culture SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 26 Example: L’Italia dal vivo (1)
  27. 27. #SMOOC2014 Example: L’Italia dal vivo (2) •  Platforms: •  L’Italia dal vivo site •  Work-in-progress wiki: Wiki dal vivo •  Google Groups forum SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 27
  28. 28. #SMOOC2014 Example: L’Italia dal vivo (3) SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 28
  29. 29. #SMOOC2014 Example: L’Italia dal vivo (4) SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 29
  30. 30. #SMOOC2014 Example: Voicethread Presentations •  voicethread.com •  Presentations may be instructor or student created •  Students provide comments (text, audio, video) and annotations •  Can be closed or open commenting environment SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 30
  31. 31. #SMOOC2014 Example: Voicethread Presentations
  32. 32. #SMOOC2014 Example: Voicethread Presentations
  33. 33. #SMOOC2014 Ideas for Social Media Lessons •  Collaborative writing activities •  Publication, presentation and feedback activities •  Communication and networking activities •  Collecting and curating activities •  Other types of activities? •  Share your ideas in the chat! SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 33
  34. 34. #SMOOC2014 Wrap Up •  Think about ways of using the media to promote active learning, whether via networking or creation •  Do it for the right reasons – to facilitate learning and promote knowledge creation, management, and brokering (and not just consumption) •  Keep sharing on this topic … in the discussion forum, on Twitter, on Facebook •  We can’t wait to see your projects! SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 34
  35. 35. #SMOOC2014 THANKS FOR JOINING US! Time for Questions SM Lessons Social Media for Active Learning • Dr. Vanessa Dennen • Florida State University 35

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