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Social Media

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Transcript of Social Media

For: EDUC106
Dean Groom, MQ, CSU & International Football School
Why does social media matter?
I
don't use it.
It would distract
my
students.
It's not
my
job.
I'm
not good at computers
I
managed to get though school using Microsoft Office and Google.

Why does social media matter?
Social is an
illusory term
. It's used to differentiate
elite
publishing and controlled media channels from
citizen
produced media. It is seen as inferior and disruptive media by the
establishment
.

Also a new
symbolic language
used to
represent cultural communication culture
inside a biome of
consumer communities
.
Why does social media matter?
For teachers, social media is a place to learn from peers, share and connect. Especially using
Twitter
and
Google Plus
.
Search #educ106 #aussieEd #edChat #gbl ...
discursive
.

Technology and Media
They do work separately, they very different but the work a lot better when they collaborate and have something to say together
"The Tegan & Sara Effect"
Media tells stories.
Media is a highly
organised commercial system
which gives us a sense of having a pervasive
"second self"
presence which can interact with others via Internet communication layers.
Media tells stories.
Media tells stories.
Media tells stories.
Media tells stories.
Media tells stories.
Organising Elements
Participatory Culture
Defined as:
Play, Performance, Simulation, Appropriation, Remixing, Multitasking, Distributed Cognition, Judgement, Transmedia Navigation, Networking, Negotiation.
Henry Jenkins (2009)
New
social
and
cultural
competencies
Participatory culture shifts the focus of literacy from individual expression to community involvement.
Rather than deal with each technology in isolation,
take an ecological approach
, thinking about the interrelationship among different communication technologies, the
cultural communities
that grow up around them, and the activities they support.
What media
feels like
to media-centric teenager.
Media/Devices shape childhoods regardless of whether or not children use or understand them. Children want to please adults and so copy them.
"We need to shift from superficial homage to 21st century skills to implementing learning goals relevant to the new era.
Critical thinking and problem Solving
Communication
Collaboration
Creativity and Imagination
Character Education
Citizenship
We are moving away from a world in which
some produce and many consume media
toward one in which everyone has a more active stake in the culture that is produced.
Kids need to know how it works.
Children often had trouble identifying advertising practices
Children are used to a world where commercials stood apart from the entertainment content
And so do their parents.
How do we ensure that every child has access to the skills and experiences needed to become a
full
participant in the
social, cultural, economic, and political future of our society
?
Your job
How do we ensure that every child has the ability to articulate his or her understanding of how media shapes perceptions of the world?
How do we ensure that every child has been socialised into the emerging ethical values that
should
shape their practices as media makers and as participants in online communities?
The new literacyies
almost all
involve
social skills developed through collaboration and networking
. These skills build on the foundation of traditional literacy, research skills, technical skills, and critical-analysis skills taught in the classroom.
What teachers are you connected
to right now? Why not?
Historically, the curriculum in schools has
avoided
attempting to teach "media studies" as a discipline. Instead, it subsumed "media" into other subjects such as English or Visual Arts. It failed to see it as a unique topic, worthy of study.
Whos job is it to teach kids about technology and the media?
Technology is studies as discipline. In TAS (technology and applied science) which also houses Computing subjects.
Outside if that syllabus, technology can be found as outcomes, but these remain basic, and out of sync with society and culture. (Cultural Lag)
Whos job is it to teach kids about technology and the media?
Texting is a constant among kids. it never stops. It is a way of being. The bad thing is that you can take kids to see the Taj Mahal, and they will be texting. The good thing is they will be texting about the Taj Mahal.
Do not attempt to ignore culture and hope to avoid media and technology in the next decade ...
Connected Educators
#edu106 #aussieEd What makes
social media important for new
teachers. Thanks!
Follow @danhaesler. Tweet him "@danhaesler - My lecturer said I
should follow you. Hello!"
Understand media. It matters.
Social Media
Teaching the media-centric generation.
Our job
www.todaysmeet.com/edu106
No account needed. Just add your name and join. Then talk.
3000+ photos of 2015 Kanga Cup
taken by kids, pooled/shared into Flickr.
We teach maths in with video-games. We dress up for Japanese. We take the
culture of social
, and use it to make learning fun in 'their world'.
90 kids, Y7/8 combined. One room. No filter.
No teacher desks, kids sit where they like. Kids own the media space and
learn responsibility.
A record of learning, where they choose what to use.
Edublogs.Edmodo.SoundCloud.
GoogleDocs.YouTube. Minecraft.
XboxOne.MathsOnline.Insta.Flickr
TinkerCad.Keynote.Prezi.Minecraft.
ExplainEverything. Pages. ... paper.
Australian Curriculum says ...

use ICT effectively and appropriately to access, create and communicate information and ideas, solve problems and work collaboratively in
all learning areas at school
, and in their
lives beyond school
.
Applying
social
and ethical
protocols and practices
when using ICT
Investigating with ICT
Creating with ICT
Communicating with ICT
Managing and operating ICT
How can they learn
this is schools insist
on banning it?
Social media is pervasive in the lives of
the majority of young Australians. Someone
has to teach them how to use it well.
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