Introduction to Social Learning

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Social Technologies and Education : 

Social Technologies and Education Introduction to Social Learning

First there was broadcast… : 

First there was broadcast…

then mass marketing… : 

then mass marketing…

but something changed… : 

but something changed…

Consumers don’t listen… : 

Consumers don’t listen… 78% OF CONSUMERS DON’T TRUST ADVERTISEMENTS Source Nielsen Consumer Report 2009

Media fragmented… : 

Media fragmented…

We became the media… : 

We became the media… We stopped listening to this… …we started to do this…

it is popular and here to stay : 

it is popular and here to stay 500 MILLION Facebook users. If Facebook were a country, it would be the third most Populated in the world, ahead of the United States 25 BILLION. the amount of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, Photos, etc.) shared each month on Facebook. 2 BILLION The number of YouTube videos viewed per day. 4 BILLION. The number of images hosted on Flickr. 1 in 8. The number of marriages last year between people who met through social media. 200 MILLION The number of Blogs in the world. 34% of bloggers post opinions about products & brands 95% The percentage of companies using LinkedIn to find and attract employees. 500 BILLION The number of peer influence impressions Americans generate per year via social media. 500 BILLION. The number of minutes spent on Facebook per month

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We can produce We have reach We can share It is evolving…fast

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The Five Great Surges of Development – Carlota Perez

BUT Companies are facing problems : 

BUT Companies are facing problems Learners are learning faster than the learning institutions Social learning is evolving fast Social platforms…new and changing Social learning…uncertainty over the ‘tools’ which ones to use and how? Working with old education models Systems that can’t adapt/legacy Teaching strategies that don’t have integrated social learning

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Then Now Formal Learning Spaces Informal Learning Spaces Mass Learning Personalised Learning Competitive Collaborative learning & Assessment Restricted & Constructed Creative & extended Instruction Personal author & innovator Content Knowledge & understanding Then Now Analog Digital Tethered Mobile Isolated Connected Generic Personal Consumption Creating Closed Open

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Building 21st Century Skills Web 2.0 is the Future of Education Why Education Needs Social Media How Social Networking Will Transform Learning What Role Should Social Media Play in Education? 100+ examples of the use of social media in learning View in Slide Show and then click links

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Blogs People Networks

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Open Culture: This blog will save you the trouble of searching for the best educational and cultural resources on the web as they’ve already compiled and reported on them here Edgalaxy: Teachers of all subjects can find great tech-based solutions to classroom issues on this site. Don’t Waste Your Time: Read through this blog to see some of the technologies that are or will be aiding the teachers of the future. 21st Century Teaching and Learning: Here, blogger Michelle Pacansky-Brock shares her thoughts on using technology in higher learning and online colleges. Jane’s E-Learning Pick of the Day: Jane Hart of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies writes about a different e-learning topic each day on this blog Edu Blogs: Ewan McIntosh is a teacher, speaker and investor, regarded as one of Europe’s foremost experts in digital media for public services. Clive on Learning: Clive Shepherd has spent the past 25 years working with computers trying to make learning things happen electronically. Learning with ‘e’s: Steve Wheeler reflects on all things digital and learning technologies. Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Plymouth.

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Edutopia: Edutopia.org contains a deep archive of continually updated best practices, from classroom tips to recommendations for change. TES: The world's largest online social network for teachers. Google teacher community : discussions & resources for Teachers The Innovative Educator: connecting educators passionate about educating innovatively Classroom 2.0: the social network for those interested in Web 2.0 and Social Media in education New Media Literacies Community Site: discussing how to equip young people w/social skills & cultural competencies in the 21st century We the Teachers: We the Teachers caters to educators but welcomes anyone who has an interest in learning or teaching The Future of Education: Community focused on the future of education 100 Best YouTube Videos for Teachers

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@web20classroom – Steven W. Anderson; technology [email protected] – Howard Rheingold; prolific author & [email protected] – Richard Byrne; teacher & educational technology [email protected] – Milton Ramirez; educator, [email protected] – info for what works in public [email protected] – Joel Heffner; instructional tech for [email protected] – KSU student; education [email protected] – Todd Williamson; science teacher, tech [email protected] – Hans Mundahl; educator; experiential learning & [email protected] – Shawn Kimball; student-centered technology integration [email protected] – Gregory Thompson; progressive educator, EdTech [email protected]_young – Carl Young; English educator at NC [email protected] – Alex Halavais; associate professor in interactive [email protected] – Steve Hargadon; educational [email protected] – Jane Hart; social learning [email protected]__k – Karen Schweitzer; former teacher, MIT grad, working for an education [email protected] – Susan Morgan; teacher; educational [email protected] – David Andrade; physics teacher; educational [email protected] – Jennifer Dorman; Account Mgr for Discovery Educator Network; adjunct [email protected] – Lisa Nielsen; mgr in Office of Instructional Technology, NYC DOE

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Click here to ink to large scale picture Brian Solis Conversation Prism

www.symbalooedu.com : 

www.symbalooedu.com

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/briansolis/3570379944/sizes/o/ Click Link to Explore

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Bookmarking http://www.diigo.com http://www.delicious.com http://www.stumbleupon.com

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http://www.ask500people.com http://www.dipity.com http://www.flickr.com http://Twitter.com http://quizlet.com http://www.gliffy.com http://www.docstoc.com http://www.slideshare.net http://docs.google.com http://www.wepapers.com http://www.footnote.com http://www.wolframalpha.com http://www.listphile.com http://thoora.com http://www.panoramio.com http://www.bookrix.com http://www.howstuffworks.com http://www.iconfinder.comOthers: http://www.freebase.com http://www.evri.com

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http://www.scribd.com/doc/45217115/Super-Book-of-Web-Tools-for-Educators

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