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Transcript of TEAM:
DATE: Tuesday 5 November 2013
CREATED BY: Josh Steel, James Sawyer & Luke Dibden
TEAM: EDUC106 Tutorial Group DSS
FACT: Teenagers in the United States spend almost 25 hours a month on internet software( Liang et al. 2010).
Because it is an effective source of interactive communication (Baker, 2013).
Why did we choose this Question?
Social media is relevant to our age group, as we have grown up with social media, and it has the potential to exponentially grow in the near future. Students who intend on teaching in primary or secondary schools will be technologically competent from a young age.
So how can teachers use Social Media appropriately?
And here are the reasons why.
Baker, J. (2013). How Students Benefit From Using Social Media. Retrieved from http://www.edudemic.com/how-students-benefit-from-using-social-media/
Facebook Like Thumb. Retrieved 30 October, 2013, from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Facebook_like_thumb.png
Social Media. 2013. In Oxford Dictionaries.com. Retrieved 24 October, 2013, from http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/social-media
Using Social Media. 2013. Retrieved 24 October, 2013, from http://www.education.vic.gov.au/school/principals/spag/governance/pages/socialmedia.aspx
Liang, B. Commins, M. Duffy, N. (2010). Using Social Media to Engage Youth: Education, Social Justice & Humanitarianism. Prevention Researcher. Vol 17. Issue 5. 13-16.
Social Media & Education
Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking (Oxford Dictionary).
What is Social Media?
History of Social Media?
BUT DOES SOCIAL MEDIA
BENEFIT TEACHERS FOR
Teachers can use social networks such as:
(When used responsibly)
The Department of Education of Victoria Guidelines
Hazards of Social Media
-Cyberbullying - discourage education
-Teachers can use private messages with students which is a NO-GO!
-Distraction to education
-False info posted i.e. Wikipedia
had indexed more than 25 billion web pages, 400 million queries per day, 1.3 billion images, and more than a billion Usenet messages.
reached a billion users in 2012
The web had one million sites
Electronic Computer 19th Century
Dial-up to American Public 1969
started in Havard University
Blog Early, Blog Often
launched a version for high school students.
More than 3 Billion Webpages
...There were more than 8 billion Web pages
launched its Beacon advertising system, which exposed user purchasing activity.
over 200 Million users
The Internet had at least 27 billion web pages and could have had as many as 58 billion web pages. They changed so many times a day it was nearly impossible to count.
joins Google and Yahoo as a major search engine
over 400 million users
Social media accessible anywhere! Integral part of our daily lives
550 million people
65 million tweets each day on
2 billion video views daily
90 million professional users on
has more than 800 million users each month with more than 1 trillion views per year
Of all Australian Social network users
34% logged on at work
13% at school
18% in the car
44% in bed
7% in the bathroom
6% percent in the toilet.
IS and is used and has become _________________________ and plays a MAJOR part in our lives ,
including in .
interwoven into society
Social media assisted us in creation of our Digital Artefact.