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1 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Tweeting and Learning = Twearning the Day Away ! Ida M. Jones

2 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 What is Twitter and Who Uses it? What is Twitter? Microblog with postings of 140 characters or less Hashtag (e.g. #CSUF- TIP13)to organize and search Can include links to videos, images & websites To listen to the webinar that is the source of this information, go to: events/webinar-teaching-twitter/

3 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Abstract & Objective According to Chickering and Gamson’s Seven Principles for Good Practices in Higher Education, three of the effective practices that promote student learning in undergraduate education. –Student engagement, –feedback and –time on task Faculty can use Twitter effectively in class as a tool to accomplish the 3 noted practices. Objective: Promoting deeper learning through effective use of Twitter. Description of Seven Principles:

4 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Disruptive Change in Education “You can’t take on twenty-first century tasks with twentieth century tools and hope to get the job done.” F ROM N OW Y OU S EE I T : H OW T HE B RAIN S CIENCE O F A TTENTION W ILL T RANSFORM T HE W AY W E L IVE, W ORK, A ND L EARN by Cathy N. Davidson (2011)

5 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Tweeting and Twearning Class Sports Marketing Law class Required for Sports Marketing majors 18 students Most hadn’t used much technology in their marketing classes previously Survey: 50% created a Twitter account for the first time in this class

6 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Twitter Assignment-Part 1 Take notes and ask questions during class My Goal: More involvement with and knowledge of course content C & G-more time on task and hopefully more feedback!

7 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Twitter Assignment-Part 2--Group Summary Weekly summary; 5 minute presentation –Immediate feedback –Reinforcement of learning Post for other students to use

8 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Expectations from First Two Assignments Substantive Questions about reading (in and outside of class) Reflection about reading &class discussion Substantive comment about a current event Substantive comment or question about the tweets of someone the student is following C & G- more time on task and hopefully more feedback!

9 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 ASSESSMENT How do you assess accomplishment of objectives?

10 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Student Perceptions of Twitter Use Contribute to Knowledge of Content? –Pre: 56% Agreed/Strongly Agreed –Post 64% Agreed/Strongly Agreed Would Make No Difference –Pre: 25% –Post:17% Would Not Contribute –Pre: 19% Agreed/Strongly Agreed –Post: 17% Disagreed it would make a difference

11 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Course Grades: Spring 2011/Spring 2012

12 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Twitter Assignment-Part 3—Follow a Professional Athlete; Develop a Social Media Policy Evaluate Twitter use and legal implications by 3 sports figures and develop a proposed policy –Favorite sport –Identify 3 professional athletes who have twitter accounts –End of proposed policy on athletes’ use of social media

13 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Expectations Identify legal implications of using social media –Role of sports governing bodies –Contracts –Torts –Labor law/collective bargaining Develop, read and analyze policies

14 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 ASSESSMENT How do you assess accomplishment of objectives?

15 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Impact Evaluation of policies submitted Student comments –High level of involvement (100% agreed or strongly agreed) –High level of satisfaction (72% agree or strongly agreed/27% neither agreed nor disagreed) Good start on policies

16 Tweet: #CSUFTIP13 Questions and Comments Images: license from dreamstime.com & classroomclipart.com PowerPoint template (free) added/powerpoint-templates/0.html


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