The Speed of Normalcy

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

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 community, text for parents, facebook for public

Consumers to Creators

Moving from Consumers to Producers of Knowledge

Connectivism Learning Theory

Networked Student (Video)

Consuming + Producing = Prosumers

1/9/90 Rule

Matrix of Technology Integration levels

Projects by educators taught by Jeff

The Facts about Student’s Being Public
YouTube Resources

Today’s Video Reflection App

  1. Install the app above to Chrome
  2. Create a 30-45 second reflection on your learning today
  3. Reflect on how you might be able to use this in your classroom

YouTube 2017 Facts

  • User Percentage by Age
    • 18-24 – 11%
    • 25-34 – 23%
    • 35-44 – 26%
    • 45-54 – 16%
    • 50-64 – 8%
    • 65+ – 3%
    • unknown age – 14%

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