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Copy of Active Learning with Social Media

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by Riki Thompson on 14 September 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Active Learning with Social Media

Active Learning with
Social Media

Passive vs. Active
Learning
Making the experience
relevant
Social Media and
More than Social Networking
Assignments
Challenges and Frustrations
What is most relevant to
today's college student?
Music
Video

Alissa R. Ackerman, PhD
Riki Thompson, PhD

A UWT Teaching Forum
May 31, 2013

Passive Learning
Socialized into passivity
Instructor-led courses
e-learning
People are passive about owning their learning!
Active Learning
Student owns their education
Responsibility
Opportunity
Relevance
Active learning increases comprehension and retention!
Help students "own" their education
Learning to Learn
the Active Learner
Collaboration and Information Sharing vs. Creativity and Self Expression
Google Docs
Blogger
Tumblr
Canvas EtherPad
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram
Pintrest
Path
Vine
Defining social media, not just "socially networked" media
Media allows students to learn socially
Students already utilize technology and social media!
Make social media relevant!
Students learn in various ways - provide them with options!
ShowMe
Doceri
Can we think of others?
Challenges and the
"tight rope walk"
Tweet deck & backchanneling
Twitter discussion
In-class workshops
Innovations
Integrating Tools
Blogs in blogs
Tweet roll in blog
Print projects to digital media
Make movies and post to YouTube
Create in one, post in another
Music & Crime
Student led tutorials
Collaborative Writing Assignments
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