Tear Down This Firewall: Using Social Media To Engage Students & Parents

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Mercer Hall &amp; Patricia Russac</p> <p>Buckley Country Day SchooltheASIDEblog.blogspot.com theASIDEblog@gmail.com@theASIDEblogTear Down This Firewall: Using Social Media To Engage Students &amp; Parents NYSCATE 2015 Monday, November 23, 2015</p> <p>The contemporary world is flooded with social interfacesSources: http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/files/2013/01/social-world.png http://www.digithun.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/the-world-of-social-media-2011-to-2012-1.jpg http://dcustom.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/d-custom-friday-five-visual-world.jpg</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Conversation:Do you use social media with students?</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Media interactions are relevant &amp; constantly changingSource: http://www.fredcavazza.net/files/2015/05/Social-media-landscape-2015.png</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Social media &amp; devices: A Them vs. Us mentality?</p> <p>Make ShareRespondSource: http://blog.iavm.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/social-media.jpg</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Language and communication have returned to symbolic texts and now to even more writingShakespeare, The BibleSumer, CuneiformiPhones, Emoji600 B.C.2015 A.D.? A.D.Shared writing</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>The Social Age is where agility counts:Source: Julian Stodd; https://julianstodd.wordpress.com/2013/05/21/learning-and-working-in-the-socialage-starting-the-journey/</p> <p>The ability to create meaning &amp; take transformative action- Julian Stodd</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>this is a time to examine hereditary notions of authority and power, brand and identify and reconsider where we stand.Source: Julian Stodd, Learning And Working In The #SocialAge</p> <p>What are the real lives of our students?</p> <p>Sources: Alice Keeler; Sylvia Duckworth</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Are schools blocking out the real world?Source: http://www.edweek.org/dd/articles/2012/06/13/03bits_privacy.h05.html; http://www.screenagr.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/firewall.png</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Are School Internet Filters the Forgotten Equity Battleground?Are school firewalls based on myths? Do they deny access &amp; increase inequality?Source: Katrina Schwartz: http://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/2015/09/30/are-school-internet-filters-the-forgotten-equity-battleground/ ASIDE 2015</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>1995 vs. 2015: Technology as input + outputSource: ClassicPics</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>The more school life feels less like real life, the more students will view school as irrelevant and disconnected from their daily lives and their futuresSource: Alan NovemberDo kids view us as relevant? ASIDE 2015</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/c-m-rubin/the-global-search-for-edu_b_8367918.html</p> <p>Learning is not hereditary</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Do we honestly believe that social media is not and should not be a part of students lives?Source: @theASIDEblog</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>How do we as adults want to learn?</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>The middle man has disappeared</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Are we still in a Web 2.0 mentality?</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Ownership is out</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Thinking, sharing &amp; creating are not linear</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>ContextFramingInformationPerspectiveQuestioningProblem-solvingSkills from social media:</p> <p>Image Source: https://huskfw.info/uploads/images/pacman-firewall.png</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Schools are buildings, not constraintsSource: Digital Humanities; http://digitalhumanities.strikingly.com/</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Social media emphasizes genuine skills &amp; practiceSource: Digital Humanities; http://digitalhumanities.strikingly.com/</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>TwitterEvening chats for essay evidenceGroup study sessionsPublishing of work for students &amp; parentsHigh quality commentingPre-teaching predictionsField trip communication &amp; reflectionSharing educational resources with students &amp; parents transparency of process</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Twitter</p> <p>@BCDS_History_56@BCDS_History_78</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Commenting = feedback, dialogue, &amp; inquiry</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Social Media is a powerful and natural tool for differentiationSource: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/differentiated-instruction-social-media-tools-john-mccarthy</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Social media enhances skills already taughtSource: Digital Humanities; http://digitalhumanities.strikingly.com/</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Vine</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Wait for it wait for it or is it instant?Source: Digital Humanities; http://digitalhumanities.strikingly.com/</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Tumblr</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Collaborative consumption is a processSource: Digital Humanities; http://digitalhumanities.strikingly.com/</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Padlet</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Everyone is a facilitator &amp; a curatorSource: Digital Humanities; http://digitalhumanities.strikingly.com/</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Pinterest</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Social media is not the culprit</p> <p> ASIDE 2015</p> <p>Thank You!</p>