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Social Media (Networking) Activity and Enhancing Learning (Part 4)

Social Media Wordle (c) Dr. John Weidert | learning education college students networking blogs blogging wiki video interactivity YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Tubulr Having surveyed theories of social media activity applications in the learning environment, it would be helpful to conclude by offering some practical implementation tips rooted in the literature.Read More

Social Media (Networking) Activity and Enhancing Learning (Part 3)

Social Media Wordle (c) Dr. John Weidert | learning education college students networking blogs blogging wiki video interactivity YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Tubulr This essay sets forth three specific suggestions for leveraging social media activity in the college environment: (a) Moving assignment posting and peer critique to social media platforms, (b) working harder to enable rich online discussions on social media platforms, and (c) rewriting traditional curricula into social media. In this section, each of these proposals will be discussed in detail, with attention to both the academic literature that supports the proposals and practical recommendations for implementation.Read More

Social Media (Networking) Activity and Enhancing Learning (Part 2)

Social Media Wordle (c) Dr. John Weidert | learning education college students networking blogs blogging wiki video interactivity YouTube Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Tubulr Having defined and delimited social media activity, it is also important to adopt a definition and delimitation of learning. Such a discussion is particularly important because social media activity enables two forms of cognition: What Coon (2007) referred to as traditional cognition and what Adams and Aizama (2010) described as extended cognition. Both of these forms of learning require strict definitions.Read More