Social Media Use in Schools

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Published on August 3, 2014

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Social Media Use in Schools: The Time is Now: Social Media Use in Schools: The Time is Now J. Derek Larson Southern Utah University Literature Review: Literature Review Prevalence of Social Media Positives of Social Media Use Negatives of Social Media Use Literature Review: Literature Review Prevalence of Social Media Duggan, M., & Brenner, J. (2013, February 13). Social Networking Site Users . Pew Research Center . Qualman , E. [Erik Qualman ]. (2014, April 6). # Socialnomics 2014 by Erik Qualman [Video file ]. Literature Review: Literature Review Positives of Social Media Use Johnson, S. (2010, March 11). Making the case for social media in education. Blankenship , S. (2012, April 20). Social media and two-way communication. Carpenter , J.P., & Krutka , D.G. (2014, February). Chat it up: Everything you ever wanted to know about twitter chats but were afraid to ask. Murray , T. (Host), (2013, December 23). EdTech chat radio: The leading edge of digital leadership [Audio podcast]. Literature Review: Literature Review Negatives of Social Media Use Catalanotto , M. (2013, January 9). Social media anxiety experienced by students. Central Florida Future. Oliver, K. (2010) Phoebe Prince "Suicide by Bullying": Teen's Death Angers Town Asking Why Bullies Roam the Halls. CBS News. Field Activity: Field Activity Conference Attendance UCET SUECON URSA USOE Leadership Summit TEDxCSDTeachers event Twitter Chats # UTedChat – Every Wed. 9-10pm MDT Educational Hashtags #larson4th | # ltvlions | #washk12 Theory to Practice: Theory to Practice Social Media Users - Duggan & Brenner, 2013 % of Internet users who … The service is especially appealing to … Any Social Networking Site 67% Adults ages 18-29, women Use Facebook 67% Women, adults ages 18-29 Use Twitter 16% A dults ages 18-29, African-Americans, urban residents Use Pinterest 15% Women, adults under 50, whites, those with some college education Use Instagram 13% Adults ages 18-29, African-Americans, Latinos, women, urban residents Use Tumblr 6% Adults ages 18-29 Theory to Practice: Theory to Practice I f different social media services were countries, the top ten countries by population would include six social networks ( Qualman , 2014). China India Facebook (SM) Tencent (SM) Whatsapp (SM) United States of America Google+ (SM) Indonesia Linkedin (SM) Twitter (SM) Relevance to Professional Goals: Relevance to Professional Goals Communication ISLLC Standard 4, Functions C & D PRAXIS Topic I, Section B Meet People Where They Are Parental Involvement Relevance to Professional Goals: Relevance to Professional Goals “Two-way communication isn’t always comfortable — anyone who’s lived with teenagers or run a town hall meeting knows that! – but it ultimately creates greater trust, transparency and support.” Kristin Magette , communications director of Eudora School District in Eudora, Kansas Relevance to Professional Goals: Relevance to Professional Goals Growt h Recognition ISLLC Standard 1, Function D Professional Development PRAXIS Topic V, Section C Relevance to Professional Goals: Relevance to Professional Goals “Digital leaders need to model the expectations they have for their staff. If you want your staff and students to utilize technology to enhance teaching and learning, the school leader has to be able to model it to a certain extent.” Eric Sheninger , former principal of New Milford High School in New Milford, New Jersey Why is This Important for K12 Students: Why is This Important for K12 Students Benefits Relationships, online and Face-to-Face Eases Anxiety of Talking in Class Class doesn’t have to end with the bell Creativity in class projects Why is This Important for K12 Students: Why is This Important for K12 Students Weaknesses Bullying/cyber bullying Time waste, poor time management skills Addiction and Depression How to Start: How to Start Examine your school culture Organize a team Research phase Draft your document and incorporate feedback Make sure school attorney and school board see the draft Introduction to the school community Review periodically Conclusion: Conclusion “ There are risks and rewards, but if we can manage the risks, the rewards are far greater and worth the trouble.” Don Grosdidier , Superintendent of Eudora School District in Eudora, Kansas

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