Primer on social media for teaching and learning http://bit.ly/social-media-primer by Dr Ashley T...

Summary points from workshop conducted for ITE East (19 March 2012).

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Primer on social media for teaching and learning http://bit.ly/social-media-primer by Dr Ashley Tan (Twitter: @ashley) by Mind Map: Primer on social media for teaching and learning http://bit.ly/social-media-primer by Dr Ashley Tan (Twitter: @ashley)

1. Participant suggested examples of social media

1.1. Session 1

1.1.1. Facebook

1.1.2. MSN

1.1.3. Twitter

1.1.4. Google +

1.1.5. World of Warcraft

1.1.6. YouTube

1.1.7. Stomp

1.2. Session 2

1.2.1. Facebook

1.2.2. Twitter

1.2.3. Discussion Forums

1.2.4. LinkedIn

1.2.5. Blogging

1.2.6. YouTube

1.2.7. Edmodo

1.2.8. Slideshare

1.2.9. Minecraft

1.2.10. MSN

1.2.11. Whatsapp, Viber

1.2.12. Draw Something

2. Twitter examples

2.1. Complete this form first

2.2. @ashley

2.3. @cel_nie

3. Why use Edmodo instead of FB?

3.1. Segregation of personal/social and work/school spaces

3.2. Edmodo is designed for educational use

3.3. No distracting games or ads

4. Participant lesson ideas

4.1. Guiding questions

4.1.1. What do you do on social media?

4.1.2. What do you think your students do on social media?

4.1.3. How might you leverage social media?

4.1.4. How do I find out where everyone is (what they think they know, what they know)?

4.1.5. How do I get then to share logically and meaningfully?

4.1.6. How do I show them how to reflect?

4.1.7. How do I extend the classroom?

4.1.8. How do I encourage connections and relationships?

4.2. Outline of ideas

4.2.1. Session 1

4.2.1.1. New node

4.2.1.2. New node

4.2.1.3. New node

4.2.2. Session 2

4.2.2.1. New node

4.2.2.2. New node

4.2.2.3. New node

4.2.2.4. New node

5. Examples of Facebook

5.1. Profile

5.2. Page

6. Edmodo basics

6.1. What do you and your students do in FB?

6.1.1. Session 1

6.1.1.1. Share videos

6.1.1.2. Provide updates

6.1.1.3. Make notifications

6.1.1.4. Play games

6.1.1.5. Share photographs: food, travels

6.1.1.6. Chat

6.1.1.7. Tag texts

6.1.1.8. Tag faces

6.1.1.9. Find significant others

6.1.1.10. Reconnect with people

6.1.2. Session 2

6.1.2.1. Posting photos of self, family, events, social holidays, food

6.1.2.2. Status updates

6.1.2.3. Sell things

6.1.2.4. Conduct surveys, polls

6.1.2.5. Play games

6.1.2.6. Create events, invitations

6.1.2.7. Form FB groups

6.1.2.8. Make announcements

6.1.2.9. Send personal messages/Chats

6.1.2.10. Reconnect with old friends

6.1.2.11. Upload videos

6.1.2.12. Check-in

6.1.2.13. Comment with tagging

6.2. Some Edmodo basics

6.2.1. Posting

6.2.2. Attaching/Linking artefacts

6.2.3. Polling

6.2.4. Grouping

6.2.5. Communicating

6.2.6. Monitoring

6.2.7. Assessing

7. Edmodo/FB pedagogy, tips, and tricks

7.1. Wrap content around a social core

7.2. Simulate what happens in FB

7.3. Provoke or stimulate

7.4. Link to experts, real world, context, etc.

7.5. Ice-breaker activity

7.6. Collect information before class

7.7. One-minute papers

7.8. Many more ideas

7.9. Create groups

7.10. Manage notifications

7.11. Prepare postings in advance

8. Twitter pedagogy, tips, and tricks

8.1. Link to real life, context, or experts

8.2. Backchannel for feedback

8.3. 140-character summaries

8.4. Many other ideas here

8.5. Many more ideas & tips here

8.6. Ashley's tips

8.7. Sue Water's tips

8.8. Join or create a PLN to keep learning

9. General tips & resources

9.1. Tips

9.1.1. Be safe, not sorry

9.1.2. Social learning alone

9.1.3. Monitor, monitor, monitor

9.1.4. Listen and learn

9.1.5. Get feedback

9.1.6. Empower learners to share, speak, and create

9.1.7. Crowdsource

9.1.8. Establish expectations

9.1.9. Make and model connections

9.2. Resources

9.2.1. Take a full social media course

9.2.2. Top 10 strategies for social media in classrooms

9.2.3. Towards information sharing pedagogy

10. Twitter basics

10.1. Updating your profile

10.2. Tweeting, mentioning, replying

10.3. Retweeting

10.4. Following

10.5. Hashtagging, e.g., #edsg, #iteeast

11. Feedback

11.1. One-minute papers in Edmodo

11.1.1. Session 1

11.1.2. Session 2

11.2. Feedback form from NIEI

11.2.1. Session 1 survey

11.2.2. Session 2 survey

11.3. Feedback results

11.3.1. Session 1

11.3.2. Session 2