Social Networks – A Framework of Tools (Part 4 of 4)

Part 4: Social Networks as the Educational Norm
In the final interview, Steve addresses the public’s misconceptions regarding high bullying rates on social networks as well as sharing his views of ubiquitous use of  social networks and social media for both teaching and learning and professional development.  He explains the widespread use of this media by young people and how site monitoring is done by the users themselves.

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Social Networks – A Framework of Tools (Part 3 of 4)

Part 3:  Sustaining Social Networks
In the third of four interviews, Steve Hargadon shares how  teachers and administrators are quickly starting their own social networks for educational purposes.   He provides some reasons why many adults shy away from sharing online, but explains how empowering it is.  Lastly, The connection between elearning and social networks are also discussed to show the correlation between the two.

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Social Networks — A Framework of Tools (Part 2 of 4)

Part 2: Widespread Use of Social Networks In Society
In the second of four interviews, Steve Hargadon explains the various tools used in social networks and how they can be applied in educational settings both for professional development and teaching and learning.  Steve shares how these networks can be used to create meaningful conversations globally.

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