12 social media-inspired Google Slides templates

Ditch That Textbook

Students use social media all the time. In these social media-inspired Google Slides templates, they can show what they know with their favorite apps. No matter the age -- kindergarten to high school senior -- students are pretty familiar with social media.

12 social media-inspired hooks for class

Ditch That Textbook

Each social media platform grabs our attention in different ways. The post 12 social media-inspired hooks for class appeared first on Ditch That Textbook. Here are some ways to use those hooks to engage students. Creativity Ed Tech Student engagement

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10 social media-inspired learning activities: no accounts necessary

Ditch That Textbook

Social media grabs many students' attention. You can capture some of that excitement without using the social media apps in these templates and sites! If your students aren't using social media yet, they probably know all about it! Certain aspects of social media could make for great learning activities and assessments. The post 10 social media-inspired learning activities: no accounts necessary appeared first on Ditch That Textbook.

Helping students overcome ‘social media speak’

eSchool News

Teens’ widespread access to smartphones for the last decade has fed this fascination with social media and texting. These days, it seems my students can’t let a minute go by without checking TikTok and Instagram or responding to their friend’s latest post on Snapchat.

11 Social Media Safety Tips For Students

TeachThought - Learn better.

Social media has emerged as a kind of standard for connecting with and staying in touch with friends, family, coaches, and more. The post 11 Social Media Safety Tips For Students appeared first on TeachThought.

Farewell, 2020: Lessons Learned

Catlin Tucker

It also provided friends and family with an update on my life in a pre-social media world. Trying to wrap my mind around 2020 to craft my newsletter was no small feat. As I began to write, I realized that 2020 for me was a year of extremes. ” Farewell 2020!

Navigating the Waters of Teacher Social Media

MiddleWeb

Teacher Social Media has had a powerful positive effect on Brent Gilson's professional growth. Social Media Teaching with a View Brent Gilson educator celebrity PLN professional learning teacher social media twitterThat’s the plus, he says, but there are also the minuses, including too-safe and comfortable conversations, edu-celebrity, and frequent failure to give credit where it is due.

Teaching 7th Graders Social Media Literacy

MiddleWeb

Media Literacy is a new elective course at Jeremy Hyler’s middle school this year, and he’s excited to be teaching it. Create Compose Connect Media Literacy Crash Course Jeremy Hyler KQED Learn Media Education Lab media literacy The Social Dilemma

Could social media be the key to cracking chronic disease?

The Christensen Institute

In contrast with acute conditions, chronic conditions require a different nature of care that reflects the difference in time frame: care that’s less transactional and more relationship-based; care that is is not strictly medical but more focused on social, environmental, and behavioral determinants of health. Social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, are the most pervasive examples of facilitated networks in the world today.

Understanding the Effect Social Media Can Have on Developing Brains

EmergingEdTech

Image source As the events of 2020 continue to unfold, daily life is changing in unprecedented ways. Overarching shelter-in-place and social distancing orders have left the bulk of American families. Social Media & Social LearningPlease click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].

Social Media Influencers: Who Can We Trust?

MiddleWeb

In today's online marketing environment, everybody seems to be after the attention of young people, writes media literacy expert Frank Baker. Close Reading the Media Influencers Frank Baker influencers marketing media literacy NAMLE propaganda social mediaMany tweens and teens have money and may not see through all the strategies and tactics of influencers. Educators need to help.

Developing SEL Competencies Through Technology

A Principal's Reflections

Over the past few months, many kids turned to digital tools such as social media or games to pass the time. So much so that one has to wonder about the overall effect on a social and emotional level. At the forefront are social isolation and a feeling of loneliness.

Teach Middle Schoolers About Social Media with Fun Online Sim

Graphite Blog

As physical distancing becomes a feature of students' everyday lives, social media has emerged as an important outlet for them to stay connected with friends and family. Yet, having a conversation with young people about how they use social media can be a daunting task.

Is Breaking News Broken on Social Media?

Graphite Blog

The internet and social media give us tools to find out what's happening almost instantly -- sometimes even in real time. Today, even established news outlets now compete for readers' attention in social media feeds.

Meet the CEO of Vietnam’s fast-growing food delivery startup who personally responds to customer feedback on social media

AsiaTechDaily

Register Loship CEO Trung Hoang Nguyen might not be active on social media, but when it comes to responding to customer feedback, he takes it very seriously. Loship social media feedback. This social media feedback post aims to contribute to the improvement and development of Loship’s driver application. Loship CEO social media response. Loship CEO social media. Bookmark( 0 ) Please login to bookmark. Username or Email Address.

Top 10 Reviews of 2020

Ask a Tech Teacher

Oh–would you mind adding me to your social media links? Throughout the year, I post websites and apps the Ask a Tech Teacher crew’s classes found useful, instructive, helpful in integrating technology into classroom lesson plans.

8 EdTech Trends to Watch Out for This 2020

Ask a Tech Teacher

Ask a Tech Teacher contributor, Wally Clipper, has a great run-down on 8 trends you’ll want to watch in 2020: 8 EdTech Trends to Watch Out for This 2020. Much like how social media giants Facebook and Twitter are utilizing our digital footprints to better understand consumer behavior, teachers are also turning to data analytics to learn more about their students. As always, education is changing.

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10 Hits and 10 Misses for 2020

Ask a Tech Teacher

Here they are–my top 10 of 2020 (though I’ve skipped any that have to do with website reviews and tech tips because they’re covered in separate posts): Top Ten Hits. Oh–would you mind adding me to your social media links?

2020 EdTech IT Influencer List Badges

EdTech Magazine

If you’re on the list of 30 K–12 IT Influencers Worth a Follow in 2020 , spread the news and grab our influencer images for your social media pages or websites. Below you will find a header image for your Twitter profile and a social object to share on your social media pages. Congratulations! Please be sure to tag @ EdTech_K12 when you post!

10 Top Tips and Click-throughs in 2020

Ask a Tech Teacher

Here’s a run-down on what you thought were the most valuable in 2020: Top 10 Tech Tips. Here are the Top Ten tech tips from 2020. Oh–would you mind adding me to your social media links?

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2020 EdTech IT Influencer List Badges

EdTech Magazine

If you’re on the list of 30 K–12 IT Influencers Worth a Follow in 2020 , spread the news and grab our influencer images for your social media pages or websites. Below you will find a header image for your Twitter profile and a social object to share on your social media pages. Congratulations! Please be sure to tag @ EdTech_K12 when you post!

What kids stand to lose if 2020 steals kindergarten

The Hechinger Report

I find the grief about the lost semester of school to virtual learning (the social interactions and experiences I can’t replicate at home) comes in waves and at unexpected times,” Parker said in her email.

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Educator Spotlight: @Knikole

Teacher Tech

Blog Entries Social MediaFollow @Knikole! She is in the business of helping teachers! The post Educator Spotlight: @Knikole appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Holiday STEAM Activities For 2020

MIND Research Institute

December 9, 2020. Be sure to share your creations on social media ( Twitter , Instagram , or Facebook ). Well, we've made it to December. Cue the lights, don the ugliest sweater you can find, and take a load off on the couch with a cup of cocoa and a bad made-for-tv movie.

Holiday STEAM Activities For 2020

MIND Research Institute

December 9, 2020. Be sure to share your creations on social media ( Twitter , Instagram , or Facebook ). Well, we've made it to December. Cue the lights, don the ugliest sweater you can find, and take a load off on the couch with a cup of cocoa and a bad made-for-tv movie.

10 Easy Ways To Use Google Meet In Your Classroom

TeachThought - Learn better.

Technology Google Education Tools For The Classroom Social Media In The ClassroomWhile there have been some challenges to overcome, I am now thinking about how Google Meet fits into my classroom long-term.

Schedule Your Tweet In Advance on Twitter

Teacher Tech

Social MediaHave fun! Show off your work and help others. The post Schedule Your Tweet In Advance on Twitter appeared first on Teacher Tech.

30 K–12 IT Influencers Worth a Follow in 2020

EdTech Magazine

There’s no denying that 2020 has been a challenging year for teachers, administrators, students and their families. To help, EdTech has compiled a list of influencers who are using social and digital media to inform, engage and even entertain those in the education space.

30 K–12 IT Influencers Worth a Follow in 2020

EdTech Magazine

There’s no denying that 2020 has been a challenging year for teachers, administrators, students and their families. To help, EdTech has compiled a list of influencers who are using social and digital media to inform, engage and even entertain those in the education space.

30 K–12 IT Influencers Worth a Follow in 2020

EdTech Magazine

There’s no denying that 2020 has been a challenging year for teachers, administrators, students and their families. To help, EdTech has compiled a list of influencers who are using social and digital media to inform, engage and even entertain those in the education space.

50 Happy Books To Read In 2020

TeachThought - Learn better.

50 Happy Books To Read In 2020: Feel Good Fiction And More. These days the news is hard to escape — between social media, television, radio, and well-meaning friends and colleagues, we are inundated with what’s going on in the outside world. The first and most obvious step is to abstain from social media, but that’s not entirely effective — or even possible, in many cases. by TeachThought Staff. Need some positive thinking?

Using @StreamYardapp & @Canva to Create a LIVE Class or Personal Broadcast

Teacher Tech

EdTech Tool Social Media YouTubeStreamYard can help you create a school broadcast even while you are in remote learning. The post Using @StreamYardapp & @Canva to Create a LIVE Class or Personal Broadcast appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Wow! I just did that! AK Teacher Tech Reflections with @MjmcalliWrites

Teacher Tech

Social MediaBefore you head into the new year, take a moment and think about how you have grown in the last year, six months, even two weeks ago. You probably look at challenges differently, even while you are tired, and you know you will find a way.

MIND Blog Rewind: Summer 2020

MIND Research Institute

Here's a roundup of stories from the summer of 2020. Kelsey Skaggs , Public Relations and Communications Specialist, shared the winners and honorable mentions from the 2020 National K-12 Game-a-thon.

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OPINION: Youth of color and young women use social media the most, so why are most digital technology developers white men?

The Hechinger Report

We recently asked a 21-year-old undocumented Chicana in Los Angeles what she imagined the designers of social media platforms look like. Not using much social media themselves, sharing limited information about themselves.”. Youth of color and young women are the demographic groups that use social media the most. Ideally, this should entail some degree of direct participation by a diverse range of users in the design of social media platforms.