Participatory Media Workshop
Stacy Baker and Robin Heyden
NABT 2010
A perfect fit.
Blogs
What is a blog?
• A journal to the world
• Reverse chronological order
• Commented on
• Archived
What could you do with
Blogs?
• Course blog (student scribes)
• Student blogs
• Make your own learning transparent
• Guest...
Twitter
What is Twitter?
• Micro-blogging
• 140 character limit
• Stream of information that you filter
• Who to follow?
• Hashtag...
What could you do with
Twitter?
• Course/Unit/Chapter hashtag
• Professional development for you
• Tap into other experts
Social Networks
What could you do with
Social Networks?
• Join your students where they are
• Class site
• Professional development for you
Google Earth
Questions and
Discussion
Robin Heyden
rheyden@comcast.net
robinheyden.wordpress.com
twitter ID: rheyden
twitter ID: rheyden
twitter ID: rheyden
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Nabt2010.baker.heyden

A PDF of an NABT2010 presentation on participatory media, literacy and learning.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      Technology      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Nabt2010.baker.heyden

  • 1. Participatory Media Workshop Stacy Baker and Robin Heyden NABT 2010
  • 2. A perfect fit.
  • 3. Blogs
  • 4. What is a blog? • A journal to the world • Reverse chronological order • Commented on • Archived
  • 5. What could you do with Blogs? • Course blog (student scribes) • Student blogs • Make your own learning transparent • Guest bloggers • Communicate with parents
  • 6. Twitter
  • 7. What is Twitter? • Micro-blogging • 140 character limit • Stream of information that you filter • Who to follow? • Hashtags (#NABT10)
  • 8. What could you do with Twitter? • Course/Unit/Chapter hashtag • Professional development for you • Tap into other experts
  • 9. Social Networks
  • 10. What could you do with Social Networks? • Join your students where they are • Class site • Professional development for you
  • 11. Google Earth
  • 12. Questions and Discussion
  • 13. Robin Heyden rheyden@comcast.net robinheyden.wordpress.com twitter ID: rheyden twitter ID: rheyden twitter ID: rheyden Stacy Bakerstacycbaker@gmail.comhttp://mi ssbakersbiologyclass.com/blog/twitter ID: stacycbaker ----------