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Tuesday

Rethinking Digital Citizenship

Slide Show

 From Private to Public

Defining Generation Z

Generation Z’s Real Name

Teens and their Social Media

The Future of Work

Grades 6-8
(Private/Public)

  • Learning about the tech platform
  • What work do I want to collect?
  • What work shows my thinking?

Grade 9
(Private/Public)

  • How do I make a good video?
  • How do I write a description for a video I have created?
  • How do I write a useful, constructive, public comment?

Grade 10
(Public)

  • How do I use social media to spread a message
  • How do I use my public and private social media accounts to show who I am and what I’m about
  • How do I use social media to connect with meaningful people

Grade 11-12
(Public)

  • How do I connect my digital footprint together for others to find easily?
  • How and what do I want to be public and searchable?
  • How can I make connections with professionals in fields I’m interested in via social networks?
  • How can I use connections to prepare for university or the workforce?

YouTube Resources

 Teens and their Social Media

Go Live on YouTube (click on image to enlarge) Step by Step guide to setting up and using YouTube

Screencastify extension for Chrome Browser

Flipgrid.com – 90 second videos for reflections, feedback and ?????

Wednesday

Stories from 1:1 Schools

Slide Show

Auburn School District (4 years) – Website

Enumclaw School District (4 years) – Case Study

Everett School District (Year 4 of 6 year plan) – Video

Marysville School District (4 Years) – Video

Moses Lake School District – (Year 1 of 4 year plan) – Survey

Visual Literacy

Today’s Slide Show

Make a copy of my presentation

 

Common Core in Action: 10 Visual Literacy Strategies

Zero to Eight Children’s Use of Media in America (PDF)

Activity 1

Step 1: Open Deconstructing Images Worksheet

Step 2: Open Tetsu Yushida image

Activity 2: 

Explore some Image-Rich Resources

Tools and techniques to add text to images:

Additional Resources

Resources for Finding Creative Commons Media:

Resources for Citing Creative Commons Work & adding text

 

Activity 3: 

Presentation Ping Pong

  • Find a Creative Commons image that inspires you

Click here to access the Presentation

As a whole class, create a collaborative presentation.

Goal: create a seamless story presentation where each individual slide is created by
one person (without knowing what everyone else creates). The story is told “on the fly” as slides pop up during the presentation.

Process:

  • Each person creates one slide with one image, properly cited
  • As they are created, each person knows that they will speak about one slide, but they won’t know which one
  • Once all slides are created number off so that each person is assigned a slide
  • Give everyone a minute to look at their slide,
    but they might not know what the person before they will say, so don’t give too much time
  • Everyone gets up and stands in a line in their number order
  • Each person speaks about their one slide, creating one seamless story from all of the diverse slides in the presentation

Create a Social Media Card

  1. Open Canva and create a free account
  2. Create a social media card to share about your learning in this session. Must include a free or Creative Commons Image and a few words to put the image into context.
  3. Post your social media image on this Padlet

Thursday

Taking Control of Your School's Online Profile

Presentation

Link to Social Media worksheet

Link to Social Media worksheet (docx)

Social Media Content Calendar

Online Community Manager

Generational Communication Channels: 

65+ = Phone, Facebook

35-65 = Email, Facebook, phone

20-35 = Text, Facebook, Email, phone

10-20 = SnapChat for close friends, Instagram for community, text for parents, Facebook for perfect self

Go Live on YouTube (click on image to enlarge)

Challenge:

Look up your school on YouTube

What type of school are you on YouTube?

If I was a new student to your school what would I think?

If I was a new parent what would I think?

Who’s controlling the information here?

How are you going to use this medium to reach your stakeholders?

Facebook Statistics

  1. Age 25 to 34, at 29.7% of users, is the most common age demographic.(Source:Emarketer 2012) What this means for you: This is the prime target demographic for many businesses’ marketing efforts, and you have the chance to engage these key consumers on Facebook.
  2. Highest traffic occurs mid-week between 1 to 3 pm. (Source: Bit.ly blog) On another note, a Facebook post at 7pm will result in more clicks on average than posting at 8pm (Source:  Forbes). Go figure.  How this can help you: You have the potential to reach more consumers and drive higher traffic to your site during peak usage times, but people may be more likely to be more engaged in the evenings. This statistic may be a factor when you are planning social communication scheduling. (Also consider that Facebook has a global audience, so you may want to plan around the time zone of your key market.)

Challenge:

Look up your school on Facebook

What type of school are you on Facebook?

If I was a new student to your school what would I find?

If I was a new parent what would I find?

Who’s controlling the information here?

Media First Generation

 

U.S. Households use an average of 7 connected devices a day. Well on our way to 10 by 2020 regardless of social-economic status.

PEW Research on devices owned in 2015

We have a choice, they don’t

Last Generation to remember life before the Internet

It’s Complicated

Generation Z doesn’t want to be called Generation Z

Here comes Generation Z

8 Key differences of Gen Z

The World of Generation Z

Here comes Gen Z: They’re like Millennials but different

 

List the communication tools you use personally every day to work and live?

List the communication tools you use for your school communication?

What are the overlaps and where might you need to rethink your communication strategy?

62% of US Adults get their news from a social media platform

Generational Communication Channels: 

65+ = Phone, Facebook

35-65 = Email, Facebook, phone

20-35 = Text, Facebook, Email, phone

10-20 = SnapChat for close friends, Instagram for the community, text for parents, Facebook for public

Watch Videos from Jeff’s Presentations

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2018 Districts / Organization Partnerships

Enumclaw School District (4 years) – Case Study
Everett School District (Year 4 of 6 year plan) – Video
Idaho Ed Tech Conference
Marysville School District (4 Years) – Video
NCCE (6 years)
IPDX Confernece
International School Luxembourg (2 years)
Auburn School District (4 years) – Website
Tacoma Public Schools – STEM Conference
Vancouver School District – Admin PD
Whitworth University – MIT Tech Course (4 years)
Washington State Community and Technical Colleges – Keynote
Moses Lake School District – (Year 1 of 4 year plan)
North Central ESD STEM Conference – Keynote
Walla Walla School District – Tech Conference Keynote
Belmond-Klemme Community School District, Iowa – PD Day
Pasco School District – Start of Year Keynote
Ridgefield School District – Start of Year Keynote
Riverview School District – Start of Year Keynote
Richland School District – Parent Night
EARCOS Admin Conference – Indonesia
Global Knowledge Summit – Dubai, UAE – Website

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If you are even vaguely interested in keeping your thumb on the pulse of education–this is the book for you. From breaking down the anatomy of a tweet to equipping you with the basic indicators of ‘being connected,’ this text is a user guide for future-ready schools.

The book has something for teachers just ready to dip their toes into the pool of tech-leaning pedagogy as well as those who have been thriving in online spaces for years. The authors consistently push forward an important message: it isn’t the tools, it is all about the intentions.

The extended readings would allow any middle leader to use this text and run a workshop or facilitate a discussion on the go. I’m already tempted to suggest this text for a staff PD book club, and I know the authenticity of the examples would not disappoint.

What I love about the book is that it models ‘voice and choice,’ each chapter, each idea comes with a variety of avenues to pursue–the authors are practicing what they preach. I challenge anyone to finish this book without an abundance of inspiration pushing them to share their copy with a favorite colleague immediately.

Patricia J. Friedman

Technology Integration Coach

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