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TE0734 Presentation

Exploring Methods for Increasing Student Engagement
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Sarah Everington

on 1 June 2014

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THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING TO TEACHERS

USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AS A PLATFORM FOR CLASSROOM ACTIVITY

STUDENTS AS INDEPENDENT ARTISTS

TRADITIONAL VS. ONLINE EXHIBITION
The Importance of Social Networking to Teachers
"Two heads are better than one” and in this case, "1,427 NSEAD Facebook members are better than two heads"
Sharing good practice keeps ideas fresh and expectations high.
Use of Social Media as a Platform for Classroom Activity
"59% of students who use social networking talk about education topics online, with an impressive 50% talking specifically about school work."
Immediate Future. (2014). Benefits of Social Media Usage in Schools.
"Whenever I finish a project I tweet about it, which drives traffic to my work. I nearly always get requests for new work after doing this, so I'd be at a loss without it!" - Mike Kus 2013
Lauren Drell. (2012). Artists and Digital: Why Social Media Is the New Gallery.
#painting
#schoolart
#drawing #printing #picasso
#ceramics
TE0734
EXPLORING METHODS FOR INCREASING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

By Sarah Christine Everington
“The Social Media Revolution in Teaching & Learning at Woodham Academy” CPD session @ BALTIC
#WADailyPic
Students as Independent Artists
In an attempt to broaden the horizons of today’s learners, it is now a requirement that all Key Stage 3 pupils following the national curriculum "should think and act like artists, craft makers and designers, working intelligently and creatively"
Ofsted. (2008/11). Making a Mark: Art, Craft & Design Education
"By encouraging independence and diversity across specialist areas, creativity was highly demonstrated through a variety of different ways, relating to individual strengths across subject knowledge. This was celebrated through a collaborative outcome, showcasing a range of skills and abilities. Most importantly, this task encouraged pupils to work towards their strengths in order to become successful."
Traditional Vs. Online Exhibition
Students as Independent Artists
Collage Artist, Derek Gores
@derekgores
Installation Artist, Tasha Lewis
@tashalewisartist
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