Social Media for Teaching & Learning

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Presentation to York University I/S Faculty of Education students about teaching and learning using social media.

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>http://xkcd.com/741/</p> <p>1</p> <p>We are living in exponential timesHow many of these tools do you recognize? And how do we design professional learning effectively and efficiently.</p> <p>Do the exercise of matching what the tool does and the related learning opportunitiesAsk people to share what has worked well for them</p> <p>2</p> <p>ISTE Standards for Teachers</p> <p>3</p> <p>Standard 1: Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning &amp; Creativity</p> <p>Use knowledge of curriculum, pedagogy &amp; technology to facilitate experiences that advance student learning, creativity &amp; innovation</p> <p>Face 2 Face &amp; Virtual</p> <p>The TPCK framework and its knowledge components (Koehler &amp; Mishra, 2008)</p> <p>Teachers:</p> <p>Promote, support &amp; model creative and innovative thinking &amp; inventiveness</p> <p>Engage students in exploring real-world issues and authentic problem solving using digital tools &amp; resources</p> <p>Promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students conceptual understanding &amp; thinking, planning &amp; creative processes</p> <p>Model collaborative knowledge construction by engaging in learning with students, colleagues and others in f2f &amp; virtual environments</p> <p>Standard 2: Design &amp; Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences &amp; Assessments</p> <p>Teachers design, develop &amp; evaluate authentic learning experiences &amp; assessments incorporating contemporary tools &amp; resources.</p> <p>Maximize content learning in context &amp; develop knowledge, skills &amp; attitudes identified in NETSS</p> <p>Teachers:</p> <p>Design or adapt relevant learning that incorporate digital tools &amp; resources to promote learning &amp; creativity Pam Crawford</p> <p>Develop technology rich environments that enable students to pursue personal curiosities and become participants in setting their own educational goals, manage their learning and assess their progress Jon Lewis</p> <p>Customize and personalize learning activities to address students diverse learning styles, working strategies and abilities </p> <p>Provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with curriculum and use resulting data to inform teaching &amp; learning</p> <p>14</p> <p>Blooms Revised</p> <p>NEED</p> <p>SOLUTION</p> <p>WEB TOOL</p> <p>PARTNERS OR TRIADS</p> <p>Designing Learning</p> <p>20th Century</p> <p>21st Century</p> <p>A. Couros PhD, University of Regina</p> <p>21</p> <p>www.osapac.org</p> <p>Grolier OnlineLearn 360BitstripsSmart IdeasComic Life</p> <p>http://virtuallylearning.wikispaces.com/Information+Literacy</p> <p>Knowledge Ontario</p> <p>Literacy in a Digital World</p> <p>Ability to:FindAccessAnalyzeSynthesizeEvaluateCommunicateCollaborate</p> <p>Information sharingCollaborative learning communitiesIdeas and InnovationKnowledge buildingMass participationCreativity</p> <p>25</p> <p>The illiterate of the future are not those that cannot read or write. They are those that can not learn, unlearn, relearn </p> <p>Rethinking the Future, Alvin Toffler </p> <p>Deb KitchenerCurriculum Consultant YRDSB/Program Manager Learning Connections/ABELwww.learningconnections.on.ca</p> <p>Twitter: @kitchenerdWiki: http://virtuallylearning.wikispaces.com/ Blog: http://dkitchener.wordpress.com/ Flickr:http://www.flickr.com/photos/kitchenerd/ </p> <p>! #522)#5,5- %80%#4!4)/.3 3500/24 $/#5-%.4</p> <p>4HIS DOCUMENT PUBLISHED BY#URRICULUM )NSTRUCTIONAL 3ERVICES9ORK 2EGION $ISTRICT 3CHOOL "OARD0RINTED$ESIGNED92$3" </p> <p>"ILL #ROTHERS#HAIR OF THE "OARD</p> <p>"ILL (OGARTH$IRECTOR OF %DUCATION</p> <p>'UIDELINESFOR )NSTRUCTION</p>