In this one-hour webinar, I’ll share exactly how I incorporated social media (and in particular, Twitter) into one of my classes. I’ll share what worked, what didn’t and what you can do in your own teaching or training practice to effectively integrate social media ‐ and why you might want to.
Over the past decade social media has changed how individuals connect online and share information and how organizations interact with stakeholders and customers. Did you know that social media is now being incorporated into learning programs from Kindergarten right on up through adult education? Does it really add any value to the learning process?
By the end of the webinar you will:
- Have a basic understanding of how social media can add value to your learning programs
- Gain insight into how to incorporate social media into a lesson plan
- Get ideas on how to assess activities using social media
- Get ideas on how to incorporate social media into your own learning programs
There will be time for questions at the end of the webinar.
This free webinar is sponsored by Essential Skills Ontario. Here are the details:
Date: Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
10:00 a.m. Pacific Time (Vancouver, BC)
11:00 a.m. Mountain Time (Calgary, AB)
1:00 p.m. Eastern Time (Toronto, ON)
2:00 p.m. – Atlantic Time (Halifax, NS)
6:00 p.m. – British Summer Time (London U.K.)
7:00 p.m. – Eastern European Time (Cairo, Egypt)
It’s free for you to join in, but you must register, since there are only 100 spots available. Click here to register.
Full Text: Free webinar: Learning the 21st century way: Making sense of how to use social media for learning « Literacy, Languages and Leadership.
Her latest project is Eduplanet21, a company that explores how social learning can be used as a platform for 21st century learning, and idea we look at often here at TeachThought as well. We’ll have more on their approach to learning online in an upcoming article.
We are all involved in some ways with social networks—ning, facebook, twitter…but are we actually doing some learning from these networks? Are we learning how to solve problems, become more innovative, interact and build new ideas? In addition, are we using the social learning to further our learning as instructors? Here are 5 tips that may be useful as you become a citizen in the world of social learning:
Full Text: 6 Tips for Success with Social Learning with Bena Kallick | TeachThought.
At the award-winning Learn it in 5, you’ll learn what is Web 2.0, and strategies for using Web 2.0 technology in the digital classroom – all in 5 minutes or less.
Learn it in 5 is a powerful library of how-to videos, produced by technology teachers, for the purpose of helping teachers and students create classroom strategies for today’s 21st century’s digital classroom. These step-by-step how-to videos walk teachers through Web 2.0 technology, demonstrating how to use Web 2.0 applications like blogs, social networks, podcasts, interactive videos, wikis, slide sharing and much more.
Full Text: Learn It In 5 – Home.
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