Difference between revisions of "Unit Three: Social Media in other Classrooms"

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[[http://ifaketext.com| Texting]]
 
[[http://ifaketext.com| Texting]]
  
[[https://drive.google.com/a/uascs.org/previewtemplate?id=14e76VxMJgTYOK2hGHC5sZTAda0o7PrQfNfYtOZnE0sM&mode=public#| "Fakebook"]]
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[[http://simitator.com/generator/twitter/message| Twitter Message Generator]]
  
[[https://www.fractuslearning.com/2015/07/02/get-creative-fake-texts-tweets-facebook-pages/| Various Social Media Template Examples]]
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[[https://drive.google.com/a/uascs.org/previewtemplate?id=14e76VxMJgTYOK2hGHC5sZTAda0o7PrQfNfYtOZnE0sM&mode=public#| "Fakebook" Template]]
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[[http://snapsr.com| Fake Snapchat]]
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[[https://www.fractuslearning.com/2015/07/02/get-creative-fake-texts-tweets-facebook-pages/| More Social Media Template Examples]]
  
  

Revision as of 21:43, 14 December 2016

Unit Objectives

1. Participants will be shown various real examples of social media use in a classroom

  • Actual social media accounts
  • "Fake" social media template websites
  • "Fake" social media paper templates

2. Participants will view rubrics that accompanied the social media site projects to see examples of student understanding and comprehension of material

3. Participants will being to think about how they will use social media and create a rubric for future social media projects

Tasks

Examine the following examples of social media in various classrooms

Read student social media accounts

[Twitter Discussions]

[Enhancing Participation]

[Start Slow]

"Fake" Social Media Template Websites

[Texting]

[Twitter Message Generator]

["Fakebook" Template]

[Fake Snapchat]

[More Social Media Template Examples]


"Fake" Social Media Paper Templates

Moving On

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