Web 3.0 and Social Media

NYSAIS 2014 - Teaching With Technology

Mercer Hall and Patricia Russac

The tools of Web 3.0 involve real-time virtual worlds and intelligent personal agents, along a spectrum of learning interactions from social media to collaborative documents. Rather than relying on pushed or shared content, the current learning model is live and mobile. Classrooms that incorporate Twitter, Padlet, apps, and flipped learning also need to embrace avatars, Tellagami, and digital privacy. Interactive, social Web 3.0 resources demand proactive ways to access tech tools and still preserve learners’ anonymity.

Other important takeaways in the session will be the latest in scholarly research about modern Internet safety. The presenters will share infographics, videos, and web links to inform educators and students. For links to other resources, please visit "Smore On Web 3.0 and Social Media" on The ASIDE Blog.
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The American Society For Innovation Design In Education

Integrating the design of information into the daily conversation is no different from integrating technology into the classroom. Design is not just an aesthetic but instead is a process of taking a concept from its formative state to its final outcome. Thinking like a designer can transform the way children learn. The ASIDE Blog