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The New Media Literacies. The white paper Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century (Jenkins et al., 2006) identifies the kinds of participatory practices youth are engaged in today, and draws up a provisionary list of the skills these practices demonstrate.

The New Media Literacies

In the video below, members of the NML team share their thoughts and perspectives on the skills we call the new media literacies. One of our key goals is to stop focusing quite so much on “do kids have computers in their classroom?” And start focusing more on “do kids have the basic social skills and cultural competencies so that when they do get computers in their classroom, they can participate fully?”

Many educators assume that (1) students can only begin learning the skills they need to use technology if they actually have the technology in their classroom, and (2) that putting technology in the classroom is a quick fix that will solve any classroom’s problems. Web 2.0 Is the Future of Education. (Cross-posted from TechLearning) A moment of extreme clarity became an obsession for me last week.

Web 2.0 Is the Future of Education

A session that I had prepared for the IL-TCE conference went from "Web 2.0 Tools for the Classroom" to "Why Web 2.0 Is Important to the Future of Education. " Then, as PowerPoint fever gripped me (OpenOffice.org Impress, actually), moving slides around as though they were puzzle pieces finally coming together correctly, I found my thoughts coalescing toward a bold conclusion and a final title change: "Web 2.0 Is the Future of Education. " It was not, I know, what I was supposed to talk about. But it felt so important, as though the idea needed me to say it out loud. I believe that the read/write Web, or what we are calling Web 2.0, will culturally, socially, intellectually, and politically have a greater impact than the advent of the printing press. Trend #2: A Tidal Wave of Information. Trend #3: Everything Is Becoming Participative. Trend #6: An Explosion of Innovation. . * Lurk. Twitter en classe : une pratique qui séduit professeurs et élèves.

Les enseignants sont de plus en plus nombreux à utiliser les réseaux sociaux en cours.

Twitter en classe : une pratique qui séduit professeurs et élèves

Twitter se prête particulièrement à la mise en place d’initiatives pédagogiques originales, de la maternelle à l’université. Qu’apporte l’utilisation d’un tel outil en classe et comment exploiter ses fonctionnalités dans le cadre scolaire ? Ils sont nombreux à avoir emboîté le pas de Laurence Juin, l’une des premières enseignantes à avoir pris conscience du potentiel pédagogique de l’outil de micro-blogging.

Cette professeure d’histoire-géographie et de français en lycée professionnel a en effet depuis près de deux ans pleinement intégré Twitter à son enseignement. Aujourd’hui, même si les « Twittclasses » (1) restent relativement marginales (seules 72 « Twittclasses » francophones, de la maternelle à l’enseignement supérieur, sont référencées), un nombre croissant de projets pédagogiques se construisent autour du réseau social le plus actif du Web.

Des tablettes dès la maternelle. Person with tablet com­pu­ter © AKS — Fotolia.com Les enfants de mater­nelle sont des digi­tal natives.

Des tablettes dès la maternelle

L'école doit s'adapter à cette révo­lu­tion numé­rique. Des ini­tia­tives, encore trop rares, se déve­loppent un peu par­tout en France. Missionnés par leur aca­dé­mie ou francs-tireurs, des ensei­gnants com­mencent à uti­li­ser les tech­no­lo­gies de l'information et de la com­mu­ni­ca­tion pour l'enseignement (TICE) dès la mater­nelle, ardoises numé­riques, tableaux numé­riques inter­ac­tifs (TNI) et sur­tout tablettes tac­tiles. Simples, intui­tives et ludiques, les tablettes offrent un appren­tis­sage plus rapide qu'un ordi­na­teur clas­sique, et ceci dès le plus jeune âge, alors qu'à 3 ou 4 ans, les enfants ont encore des dif­fi­cul­tés à uti­li­ser la sou­ris décen­trée de l'écran.

TBItop3Aut12. Use Twitter #Hashtags to Amplify Your Learning! Today, I don't spend much learning time following people or particular lists on Twitter, but I do spend time following, reflecting and interacting with relevant learning hashtag conversations (streams) taking place around the world.

Use Twitter #Hashtags to Amplify Your Learning!

If you are confused about what Twitter hashtags are, you have come to the right place to understand the power and possibilities that these learning conversations can do to amplify your learning! "The # symbol, called a hashtag, is used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. It was created organically by Twitter users as a way to categorize messages" - Source For example, #edchat is a well-known and influential hashtag used by many to discuss educational or learning related issues on Twitter.

By following (saving) this hashtag you will be able to see all the tweets shared on Twitter including the #edchat hashtag. WHERE DO I FIND JUICY HASHTAGS? If you are looking for (#hashtag) trends, then tools like What the Trend?

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