Facebook and Twitter may be ubiquitous, but there are many other social media tools out there that can enhance teaching and learning. Here, three educators share their favorites.
I am pretty sure as you introduce the idea to your students everyone will want to have a say in their next e-magazine. There is nothing much more rewarding to students then to have a proof of their hard work recognized in a publication of some sort.
Most of the tools cited here are easy to use and have user friendly interface and they will let you create your own e-magazine or newspaper in few simple steps. Yet I would recommend your discretion as you use them with your students.
Taking into account all of the articles & scenarios we have discussed within class this semester in ICT III what factor of Digital Citizenship are you going to take with you (think about social media, and future jobs)?
How can you be sure that you will not fall into the “trap” of posting information on the Internet/Social Media that may or may not hurt you in the future??
Post your Reflection by Friday, December 19, 2014 @5pm. Must be a minimum of 7-9 complete sentences. Make you respond to a minimum of two other classmates reflections as well.
While a strong resume is still a huge asset, it’s not the only thing that employers are looking for. With social media in the mix, recruiters feel they can get to a know who a candidate is by look…
1) What do you think about the infographic? Do agree or disagree? Whether you agree or disagree explain why. (Think about your own “Digital Footprint”).
2) Do you think Social Media currently is and will be in the future a method for employers to check incoming employees (i.e., resume)?