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What is social media?
What is social media?
is a computer – mediated tool that allow allow people
to create, share or exchange information, care...
What is social media?
defined as "a group of Internet-based applications
that build on the ideological and technological f...
What is social media?
depends on mobile and web-based technologies to create
highly interactive platforms through which in...
Social Media in Education
This workshop will introduce how to incorporate social media tools into learning
activities. Whe...
 90% of college students visit social networking sites on a regular basis
 Social learning is learners learning from eac...
 Many instructors are interested in learning how to add social media tools into their
curriculum, but they aren’t sure ho...
 Facebook is the world's largest social
network, with more than 900 million
users. People mainly use it to connect
with i...
 Good: students can use it to connect with each other outside of the classroom.
 Good: students can create a Facebook Gr...
 Build a Facebook application: Computer science students can learn valuable skills for the future by
taking on a project ...
 Twitter allows you to post your ideas in just 140 characters
 Letters, numbers, symbols, punctuation and spaces all cou...
 Connect students with content experts who have a Twitter profile
Ways to Use Twitter
 Create fake pages: Ask
students to create fake
profiles for historical figures,
fictional characters, and
more.
Ways to ...
 Allow students to tweet their own notes during lessons and
share with their peers
 Have students follow you and ask the...
 Virtual guest speakers – start a lesson with a video that grabs students’
attention. YouTube can be great for brining in...
 Have students create a narrated presentation and upload it to YouTube
 Record your lectures and post them on YouTube fo...
 SlideShare is a Web 2.0 based slide hosting service. SlideShare is the world's largest
community for sharing presentatio...
 Tumblr, Wordpress, or Blogger are popular options
 Similar to LinkedIn, students or faculty can use these blogging site...
1. Blogging
2. Collaborative calendaring
3. Podcasting
4. RSS Readers
5. Collaborative mind mapping
6. Micro-blogging / mi...
11. Social bookmarking
12. Collaborative editing
13. Collaborative working
14. Collaborative presentations
15. Social netw...
Do’s in using social media
1.Do be selective
2.Do model good behavior
3.Do promote your work
4.Do practice positivity
5.Do...
Do’s in using social media
7. Use privacy settings. Insist your friends use theirs too.
8. Use HTTPS to connect to your so...
Dont’s in using media
1. Don’t be fake
2. Don’t share sadness
3. Don’t believe everything you read
4. Don’t avoid other ta...
References:
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All is well, all is well, all is well
May the odds be ever in your favor
Good vibes =)
AlDub you
Prepared by:
JARED RAM A. JUEZAN
Teacher I
October 26, 2015
THANK YOU
FOR
LISTENING
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
The role of social media in learning
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The role of social media in learning

  1. 1. What is social media?
  2. 2. What is social media? is a computer – mediated tool that allow allow people to create, share or exchange information, career interests, ideas, and pictures/videos in virtual communities and networks.
  3. 3. What is social media? defined as "a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content."
  4. 4. What is social media? depends on mobile and web-based technologies to create highly interactive platforms through which individuals and communities share, co-create, discuss, and modify user-generated content.
  5. 5. Social Media in Education This workshop will introduce how to incorporate social media tools into learning activities. When used properly, social media tools can boost student engagement, link students to content experts, find online classroom lessons, and help them establish an online body of work/establish their brand.
  6. 6.  90% of college students visit social networking sites on a regular basis  Social learning is learners learning from each other  Today's students want to document their feelings and insights in a highly timely manner  Social learning can increase comprehension of material and create new channels for students to learn. WHY IS SOCIAL LEARNING IMPORTANT? Source: http://elearningindustry.com/social-media-in-education-%E2%80%93-the-bright-side
  7. 7.  Many instructors are interested in learning how to add social media tools into their curriculum, but they aren’t sure how  Social media sites can be a huge distraction for students who aimlessly click through sites  It can be challenging to find ways to incorporate activities with social media that promote actual learning. Do students want to keep their Books and Beers separate?
  8. 8.  Facebook is the world's largest social network, with more than 900 million users. People mainly use it to connect with important people in their life. Facebook is King
  9. 9.  Good: students can use it to connect with each other outside of the classroom.  Good: students can create a Facebook Group to form online study groups  Bad: students may want to add you as a “Friend” Facebook Pros & Cons
  10. 10.  Build a Facebook application: Computer science students can learn valuable skills for the future by taking on a project to create an app that can be used on Facebook.  Brainstorm: Ask students to collaborate and brainstorm on your classroom's Facebook page.  News gathering: Your classroom can follow media outlets or public figures relevant to your latest classroom discussions.  Archived videos: Important lectures, slides, and more can be shared and saved on Facebook.  Familiarize yourself with students: In large classes, it can sometimes be hard to remember each and every student. Facebook makes it a little easier to connect faces with names.  Flashcardlet: Using Flashcardlet, you can create your own flash cards that students can study on Facebook. Ways to Use Facebook http://www.onlinecollege.org/2012/05/21/100-ways-you-should-be-using- facebook-in-your-classroom-updated/Source: 100 Ways You Should Be Using Facebook in Your Classroom
  11. 11.  Twitter allows you to post your ideas in just 140 characters  Letters, numbers, symbols, punctuation and spaces all count as characters on Twitter.  What all of this means is, you have to be concise. You have to know exactly what you want to say, and say it in as few words as possible. Twitter Source: http://www.copyblogger.com/twitter-writing/
  12. 12.  Connect students with content experts who have a Twitter profile Ways to Use Twitter
  13. 13.  Create fake pages: Ask students to create fake profiles for historical figures, fictional characters, and more. Ways to Use Twitter
  14. 14.  Allow students to tweet their own notes during lessons and share with their peers  Have students follow you and ask them to tweet you about their learning process – including difficulties they face or resources they want to share Ways to Use Twitter Source: http://www.teachhub.com/50-ways-use-twitter-classroom
  15. 15.  Virtual guest speakers – start a lesson with a video that grabs students’ attention. YouTube can be great for brining in different perspectives. Audio visual is higher up on Bloom’s Taxonomy. Ways to use YouTube
  16. 16.  Have students create a narrated presentation and upload it to YouTube  Record your lectures and post them on YouTube for students to view – students can rewatch!  Create an introduction video  Create a playlist of video related to a concept – this saves students from wasting their time searching for useless or unsuitable information. Check YouTube.com/Teachers for examples  Video Everywhere Ways to use YouTube
  17. 17.  SlideShare is a Web 2.0 based slide hosting service. SlideShare is the world's largest community for sharing presentations. With 60 million monthly visitors and 130 million page views  SlideShare was recently voted amongst the World's Top 10 tools for education & e- learning.  There’s a lot of professional content on ShareShare SlideShare
  18. 18.  Tumblr, Wordpress, or Blogger are popular options  Similar to LinkedIn, students or faculty can use these blogging sites to create their online brand.  Blogging is a mechanism for students to show off their creative writing skills.  An easy way to get a student into blogging it to suggest that they copy the text from their discussion board posts into their blog. Blogging
  19. 19. 1. Blogging 2. Collaborative calendaring 3. Podcasting 4. RSS Readers 5. Collaborative mind mapping 6. Micro-blogging / micro – sharing 7. Photo sharing 8. Screencast sharing 9. Presentation sharing 10. Video sharing EXAMPLES OF USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR LEARNING
  20. 20. 11. Social bookmarking 12. Collaborative editing 13. Collaborative working 14. Collaborative presentations 15. Social networking 16. Personalized start pages 17. Integrated social / collaboration environment EXAMPLES OF USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR LEARNING
  21. 21. Do’s in using social media 1.Do be selective 2.Do model good behavior 3.Do promote your work 4.Do practice positivity 5.Do move toward face – to – face interactions 6.Use a strong password.
  22. 22. Do’s in using social media 7. Use privacy settings. Insist your friends use theirs too. 8. Use HTTPS to connect to your social networking sites whenever possible, especially when connecting from a public hotspot. Be wary if your social networking service only uses HTTP for login credentials only. 9. Verify friend/follower requests. 10. Verify links, attachments, downloads, emails, anything sent to you. 11. Investigate exactly what information any third-party add-ons, games, extensions, etc. will be privy to. 12. Read up on the security tips and instructions provided by the Social Network itself, as well as what trusted security professionals and sources have to say.
  23. 23. Dont’s in using media 1. Don’t be fake 2. Don’t share sadness 3. Don’t believe everything you read 4. Don’t avoid other task 5. Don’t be know – it – all 6. Give away your password or use the same password for any other services. 7. Put in any more information than you absolutely have to. 8. Upload anything you wouldn't want everyone to see.
  24. 24. References:
  25. 25. DOWNLOAD LINK
  26. 26. All is well, all is well, all is well May the odds be ever in your favor Good vibes =) AlDub you
  27. 27. Prepared by: JARED RAM A. JUEZAN Teacher I October 26, 2015 THANK YOU FOR LISTENING

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