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Social Media for Educators: Strategies and Best Practices

Published on Mar 21, 2012
Tanya Joosten1
Estimated H-index: 1
Tap into the power of social media and increase course effectiveness! Faculty will learn to choose the appropriate social media tool for the intended learning outcome, design engaging and innovative activities, and better meet pedagogical needs. In addition, the author offers strategies for assessing and documenting the effectiveness of using these tools in your course. Administrators and student affairs professionals will also find a wealth of information useful for planning faculty development programs and communicating with students.Although the book focuses on higher education, tools and techniques presented here can be easily generalized for K12 classrooms or organizational learning. The best practices and faculty development tips can be informative for individuals involved in any kind of professional development or network-building.
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Published on Jan 26, 2019in Journal of Technology in Human Services
Nathalie P. Jones1
Estimated H-index: 1
(Tarleton State University),
Melanie Sage (UB: University at Buffalo), Laurel Iverson Hitchcock3
Estimated H-index: 3
(UAB: University of Alabama at Birmingham)
AbstractAccording to the theory of experiential learning, ideal learning happens in contexts that offer concrete experiences and active experimentation alongside abstract and reflective learning. Bloom’s Taxonomy suggests that higher-order thinking skills include creating, designing, and producing information, whereas, classroom assignments often reinforce lower-level thinking such as interpreting, explaining, and comparing. Higher-order learning assignments include situations in which students ...
Published on Jun 25, 2019in Journal of The Knowledge Economy
Roopesh Kevin Sungkur2
Estimated H-index: 2
(UoM: University of Mauritius),
Olivier Sébastien4
Estimated H-index: 4
(University of La Réunion),
Upasana Gitanjali Singh
Information technology has deeply modified the way people access and produce educational contents. Social media, more particularly, have enabled new possibilities by making it easy to create and share text, image, and video, possibly from a mobile equipment such as a Smartphone. Younger generation is especially fond of these new services. This paper thus aims at proposing a new approach to take advantage of this worldwide phenomenon for educational purpose. The idea is to rely on Social Media to...
Published on Jun 1, 2019
Uugangerel Bold (National University of Mongolia), Borchuluun Yadamsuren (NU: Northwestern University)
Published on Oct 6, 2018in Journal of Computing in Higher Education 1.87
Hatice Yildiz Durak2
Estimated H-index: 2
(Bartın University)
Social network sites (SNSs) has a big potential to improve teaching and learning experience. It has become a necessity for teachers to transfer this technologies to learning environments has become a requirement. For this reason, the use of SNSs in the education process of preservice teachers who are the teachers of the future and examination of variables that have an impact on the acceptance of these technologies are found important. The use of SNSs in teacher education will enable preservice t...
Published on May 1, 2018
Hajar Zankadi (Mohammed V University), Imane Hilal (Mohammed V University)+ 1 AuthorsAbdellah Idrissi8
Estimated H-index: 8
(Mohammed V University)
The ubiquity of social media has marked today’s e-learning environment, especially Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) that have recently been gaining attention as a new form of teaching learning process. Despite their benefits, many learners have been disengaged or totally dropped out due to various factors such as lack of interaction and satisfaction.In this paper, we highlight a comparative analysis of MOOCs and Facebook through SWOT analysis. As an outcome, Facebook and MOOCs could have comp...
Published on Jan 2, 2018in Literacy Research and Instruction
Leigh A. Hall (UW: University of Wyoming)
ABSTRACTThe use of blogging as an instructional practice has the potential to reshape teacher education. The purpose of this year-long project was to examine how blogging worked to support inservice K through 12 literacy teachers’ professional development. I found that the blogging that occurred in this study demonstrated that, without support, teachers are unlikely to engage in critical reflection either in their writing of blog posts or in the comments they leave. However, providing structures...
Published on Dec 1, 2017in Higher Education 3.00
Changqing He2
Estimated H-index: 2
(USTC: University of Science and Technology of China),
Jibao Gu11
Estimated H-index: 11
(USTC: University of Science and Technology of China)
+ 2 AuthorsJun Song2
Estimated H-index: 2
(USTC: University of Science and Technology of China)
This paper proves that social media use can contribute in important ways to employability outcomes. Specifically, results from a survey of 196 recent graduate students in China indicate that social media use is positively related to employability skills. Internship effectiveness serve as a mediating mechanism through which social media use affects employability skills. Zhongyong has a moderating effect on the social media use-internship effectiveness relationship. In addition to the direct moder...
SandraJean M. Grasso1
Estimated H-index: 1
(BU: Boston University)
AbstractUniversity students use social media tools not only to connect with friends socially but also to collaborate with classmates. Many universities have embraced academically-focused social media platforms such as social question answering (SQA) applications to make student interactions easier. This study addresses how students in a face-to-face biology class use an SQA called Piazza. This SQA enables students to communicate asynchronously about course content in short question and answer ex...
Published on Mar 1, 2017in New directions for student leadership
Edmund T. Cabellon1
Estimated H-index: 1
(Bridgewater State University),
Paul Gordon Brown
The authors present an overview of the historical trends in and current state of technology in leadership education (P–20), including the influence of related platforms, tools, and theories.