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Steve Ransom

When Kids Say No to Facebook - 41 views

    Great Post by Angela Stockman on what some of the students she spends time with think about Facebook.
Lisa Thumann

50 Crucial Rules - Social Media Etiquette for Students | : Social Medi... - 44 views

    When you first got to college, social media was probably about sending party invites, posting pictures of your new friends, complaining about tests, meeting
Steve Ransom » The hidden curriculum of 21st century learning - 23 views

  • purposeful social engagement
  • If we regard social media as a pit of narcissism it’s because of the behaviours we’re encouraging within these spaces – not the technologies.
    • Steve Ransom
      Yes... we need to lead kids in the notion that they can be more than "I"... that they can be part of and participate in virtual (and physical) communities that can empower them and give them meaningful voice.
  • Are we consumers of each other’s social, cultural or material status or are we participants and contributors in larger projects that benefits us all?
    • Steve Ransom
      Being a consumer does have its benefits, but the larger benefits are most certainly found when one contributes and participates with new levels of transparency.
    Great blogpost!
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