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For this week's podcast, Tonianne, Kayla, and Samantha discuss the importance of connected learning and the strides made in today's educational climate! They refer to the levels of connected learning between relationships, diversity, and personal experiences. "The Connected Learning Research Network" focuses on the importance of the classroom and t…
 
In this bonus podcast, Lauren, Brianna and Michelle dive into social media and education. They focus on the positives and negatives of Twitter and its use in the classroom referencing both the Tang and Hew article and the Twittering About Learning article. Referring to the Megan Mallon podcast, they talk about why digital literacy and digital citiz…
 
On this week’s podcast Victoria, Metin, and Stephanie explore the positives and negatives of using social media in the classroom, as well as the impact it has had on art education. While social media continues to evolve and shape the lives of students, educators have started to incorporate it into their lessons as a way to make learning relevant an…
 
Have you ever felt your phone vibrate but there were no notifications? Has someone ever told you that you are addicted to social media? In this week’s podcast, Lauren, Brianna, and Michelle dive into addiction and its relation to social media. They start off diving a little bit into their own social media usage. They then reference Boyd’s article a…
 
Have you ever been a victim of fake news? This week’s episode focuses on the topic of disinformation on the internet. The J-Birds (Jazmyn, John, and Joe,) dig deep into different producers of disinformation, their motives behind creating such content and then address ways to combat the spread of disinformation from the classroom to your daily life.…
 
Alexandra, Noelle and Jen discuss the phenomenon of selective perception and how it causes social media users to not only believe faulty information but to also spread it. Using this week’s readings by Spies as a springboard, as well as the video on Selective Perception and a blog post by Harvard's Program on Negotiation, the trio explores the diff…
 
When thinking about the word “remix” what comes to mind? For Samantha and Janine, they first focused on songs but explored books, writings, images and movies as all remixes. Looking at Ferguson Everything is a remix video online, James remix practice article, as well as “Is originality dead?” podcast from the art of education university online. Usi…
 
In today’s episode with Amanda and Sam, they discuss the importance of Connected Learning and how it will relate to educators and their classrooms. While they are both physical education teachers, stay tuned while they discuss different ways Connected Learning can be used to help promote a healthy lifestyle. Ever hear of the “4C’s” or “learning sty…
 
In this week's podcast, Brynn and Samantha talk about using social media in the classroom. Together they address concerns people have about social media in the classroom, talk about their own experiences with social media and school, ways to use social media in the classroom, online safety, cyberbullying, including the parents, and using social med…
 
Is society’s collective engagement with social media considered addictive? Tech critics say yes, but addiction researchers hesitate to agree. In this episode, Gabby and Christina delve deeply into social media usage. As they analyze the evolution of Big Tech companies and how social media is impacting the highly malleable teenage generation, Christ…
 
In this episode, Ian and Jiewen will touch base on the topic of disinformation. They will first talk about what disinformation is and how it is different from misinformation. As they delve deeper into this topic, they draw on the reading: Producers of Disinformation - Version 1.2 (Spies, 2020) to talk about how disinformation affects us when it com…
 
This podcast, titled K(no)w Truth, is a brief introduction to how misinformation spreads and its potential impacts on society. It looks at some of the research that social scientists have been compiling to decide how or if misinformation is affecting society. References Seitz, A. and Fingerhut, H. (2021, October 8) Americans agree misinformation is…
 
In this episode, Michael and Yanru begin by defining multimedia and what it means to use the multimedia principle in a learning environment. They speak on ways they've used multimedia in courses both as students and as instructors. They also bring up a reading from another class–Technology and Instructional Design–the Fish Story used in Donovan and…
 
In this week’s podcast, Carissa and Maria will be taking a closer look at imagery and visual literacy. They will examine what exactly visual literacy is, how to make content visually appealing, how to incorporate imagery into a classroom, and most importantly, why it’s important to incorporate in a classroom (especially in this new age of social me…
 
Connected learning has become a trend. When students connect with the world with the support of families, mentors, and friends, their interests become more than interests but passions and even the starting point for their careers. In this episode, Natalie and Grace will share their connected learning experience. This podcast is not only a reflectio…
 
In this episode, Graziela, Kuan, and Grace deep dived into the discussion of social media use in education and shared their social media experiences in teaching and learning. How do you feel when you receive notifications from classmates, teachers, and students on social media (whether on Twitter or Facebook)? Besides, this episode discusses how so…
 
On this bonus episode, Gaynel discusses how teenagers view their privacy on social and how their views on privacy differs from that of adults, especially their parents. Making references to danah boyd's article "It's complicated," Gaynel discusses how teenagers view their online present and their privacy. Teenagers believe that not because you have…
 
On this week’s episode, Matt, Dianna and Brooke discuss the dangers and drawbacks of the world’s fixation with social media, and the possible damage it may do to their students at various grade levels. Reflecting on danah boyd’s “It’s Complicated”, and Jason Feifer’s “What Will We Fear Next?” podcast, along with current government practices in Chin…
 
In this episode, John, Victoria, and Natalie discuss misinformation and disinformation in the digital media. The trio dived into how misinformation has become relevant on social media over the course of the past 5 years. They also discussed how misinformation has made its way into the world of politics and how ideological echo chambers and filter b…
 
On this week's podcast, Simon Swist and Jade Tabor primarily discuss the work of Ito et al. (2020), which focuses on "connected learning," a seemingly more holistic approach to education that incorporates socio-cultural contexts, multiple literacies, and technology into curricula. With additional references to Soule and Warrick (2015), as well as K…
 
This week's episode of the digital literacy podcast is on Social Media and Education. Samantha, Cheyenne, and Marshaun explore how social media can be used as an assessment tool, our experience with the Twitterverse in relation to this week's readings, and how social media can relate to connected learning. During the episode we try to understand th…
 
References Axis of Awesome - Four Chord Song: Popular comedic take on a "mashup" Ferguson (2015) Everything is a remix James (2016) Mapping critical media literacy onto iterative remix practice Knobel and Lankshear (2008) The art and craft of endless hybridization Madeon - Pop Culture: Producer who famously sampled 39 different songs to not only cr…
 
References Apkon (2013) All the world’s a screen (Excerpt from The age of the image) Burnham and Elliot (2011) Teaching in the art museum: Interpretation as experience Cordell (2015) Using images to teach critical thinking skills Duncum (2015) A journey toward an art education for wired youth Music: “Earning Happiness” by John Bartman. From the Fre…
 
Bonus episode from The Conversation. Our guest this week is Brandon Dove, the Coordinator of Virtual Campus and Online Services at the Learning and Writing Centers. Brandon discusses what these centers are, and how students can take advantage of them to succeed and become better learners. Click here to subscribe to new episodes! Links Brandon's int…
 
This is a Podcast on Design Thinking in Education. Christopher discusses the definition of Design Thinking. He then goes over the Main Procedures students learn to follow. Then he provides a Project-Based Learning Plan for the students to learn how to use the process to solve their problem. Finally he describes the positive results students gain fr…
 
Shannon and Jeanell, both teachers, discuss the pros and cons of using Twitter and other social media platforms in the classroom. Listen as they explore different scenarios and ideas on how to implement social media and technology in their classrooms! Resources Greenhow and Lewin (2016) Social media and education: Reconceptualizing the boundaries o…
 
In this week’s podcast, we discuss various aspects of technological advancements and social media use in education. We analyze the episode, The telegraph, by Pessimists Archive (2019) to better understand the origins of concerns regarding the loss of privacy, moral corruption, and false news related to technological advancements. We also discuss th…
 
The Conversation is a podcast I used to use for another class called Technology and Instructional Design. It used to be dedicated to conversations between myself as the instructor and the students. Given the big changes seen in education today, I have decided to evolve into a conversation with educators, students, parents, and administrators who ha…
 
Julie Garvey, Marci Imbrenda and Nia Thomas discuss the duality of social media. They explore whether or not we are losing our capacity for empathy as a society, what the benefits of social media are and how we as individuals can help educate our youth into being responsible users of social media. Resources So you've been publicly shamed by Ron Jon…
 
In this episode, Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon looked at the dictionary definition of literacy as well as that of the Global Alliance for Monitoring Learning and the The US National Association for Media Literacy Education. We then dissected it through the lens of Davison, Bulger and Majoo as well as our own experiences.…
 
In this podcast, Ricci and Kim discuss the different forms of visual presentation and its impact on learning. First they talk about the multimedia principle and how images affect our understanding. Then they move onto the modality principle and whether audio or text works best when paired with visuals. Lastly, they end with a discussion on the pitf…
 
In this podcast, we discuss the Draft New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Learning Standards. We provide a background on why and how the standards were developed and we break down how they are organized. Focusing on the digital literacy standards, we share personal anecdotes and ideas about how these standards can be implemented in …
 
We are going to discuss Connected Learning through the following talking points of economical, social, technological trends and the challenges they pose to the transformation of our current educational system. Learning is meaningful when it is part of valued relationships, shared practice, culture, and identity. Young people need connection and tra…
 
Lay back and listen as Jalesia, Kerri, and Christopher go through Connected Learning as well as give personal examples and discuss. Connected learning centers around deploying new media to reach and enable youth who otherwise lack access to opportunity. This is only the start of Connected Learning but in this podcast we talk about the possible futu…
 
In our Podcast, we focused on a Ted Talk by TIm Brown about Design Thinking, and an article by Donaid A. Schön (Department of Urban Studies and Planning) titled “Teaching and learning as a design transaction.” Our conversation centered around communication and the issues surrounding the inherent misunderstandings that result. We used the examples f…
 
On this week's Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills, Laura, Justine, Mary, and Eilene will be talking about Design Thinking 2. They will discuss the Schon (1992) Teaching and learning as a design transaction article, as well as Tim Brown, Urges Designers to Think Big, Ted Talk.Bởi EdTech @ AdelphiU
 
Welcome to our Podcast on Design Thinking, a non-traditional learning style that may change the way you teach and learn forever. In this episode we discuss "abductive reasoning" which is the type of learning that goes along with design thinking. Abductive reasoning involves jumping into a problem without knowing all the information yet; it's a very…
 
In this podcast, Byron Stewart and Solveig Comer discuss social media, the reliability of Wikipedia, and the social aspects of Wikipedia behind the scenes. We also discuss how appropriate social media and wikipedia are for use in K-12 classrooms and look forward to digital literacy in the future.Bởi EdTech @ AdelphiU
 
In this podcast from Brooke White, Chris Horton and Michael Califano, we address the debate over social media within the classroom. We connect our thoughts, ideas, and personal experiences concerning social media and technology use as a learning tool to current research and educational hypotheses. Thank you all for listening!…
 
This Social Media II podcast covers a range of topics surrounding social media in today’s education system. We will be discussing social media platforms in the classroom, with a particular focus on Twitter and Facebook. We will discuss some examples as to when it has proven to be effective in the classroom, as well as some pitfalls to watch out for…
 
In our podcast, we touched on both the boyd and Ronson readings. After giving a brief overview of social media, as it’s discussed in boyd’s chapter, we presented both positive and negative aspects of social media. We all concluded with different ways we believed social media could be introduced to classrooms, specifically art and elementary classes…
 
Welcome back! During their second episode of their podcast, Ellen Derr, Nikki Weber, and Elaheh Salari discuss social media. Their conversation focuses on this week's readings God That Was Awesome, Why Do Teens Seem Strange Online and an episode of Netflix's Black Mirror. They also discuss some of their personal views on social media and how it has…
 
The podcast’s main focus was about the Chinese social credit system and our view points on the system as a whole. As a team we collected our information from the video and reading (by Elgan) which was provided to us in class. The Chinese social credit system is in place to create an ideal “model citizen” in society based on rules and regulations. W…
 
We are living in a world where everything is a remix. During this episode, Ellen Derr, Nikki Weber, and Elaheh Salari discuss what the word remix means to them and how they can apply it in their professional lives as well as their personal lives. They also break down their favorite parts of Kirby Ferguson's video "Everything is a Remix Remastered."…
 
This week, Laura Erwin, Eilene Paul, and Justine Moody spoke about Remix. We discuss Remix in terms of What is remix? Is it to combine or edit material to create something new- first seen in music? What role does remix have in cultural production? We looked at the huge influence on our musical influences and styles, by adding and switching techniqu…
 
Jalesia Williams and Christopher Schimpf discuss important topics introduced in the readings “(2015) Do we really need media education 2.0?” as well as “(2017) Media manipulation and disinformation online”. Students will also take a different approach on the podcast, Christopher Schimpf representing Media 1.0 as Jalesia Williams represents Media 2.…
 
All people especially children learn from the media in their environments. What they see, what they hear and ultimately what they experience. This media surrounds us. How can we sort through the digital media today? Focusing on our role as educators and parents in the growing digital world that we live in today, we ourselves need to understand the …
 
Michael and Chris discuss the three readings for Media Literacy, we focus on the main points of the readings and discuss their implications for teachers and other members of society. This week's readings were very interesting and spawned a good discussion that we hope you will enjoy and find helpful. We mostly discussed the two Manjoo readings but …
 
In this first podcast from Brooke White and Christine Owens, we discuss topics such as the Multimedia Principle and the Redundancy Principle. We connect our thoughts, ideas, and personal experiences concerning differentiation to current research and educational hypotheses. Lastly, we discuss Tufte’s stance on PowerPoint presentation and its effects…
 
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