Posting

Posting... including online discussions

Think before you post! This unit teaches students about digital citizenship. The video offers the top ten to think about before  posting to social media platforms. See the full lyrics and lesson plan at http://www.flocabulary.com/oversharing/
 
 
 
 
Online Discussion Ideas To Go Up The SAMR Scale - A brief description of the potential for online discussion forums, with four main examples: 1) making student writing a point of discussion through webpage comments, 2) using voting mechanisms to help students evaluate writing, 3) allowing students to contribute to various online discussion communities, and 4) using wiki pages to teach revision and comparison.
 
 
 
The below video developed for freshmen students showing them how to participate and respond to discussion board questions. While the details on how to use the posting system might vary... the general ideas to think about when posting are very important.
 
 
This video allows students to learn and practice some simple guidelines in online posts. Through understanding Netiquette students will find learning rewarding in the online environment.
 
 
In this video Tim and Moby discuss netiquette. This is on YouTube and was Screen captured from BrainPop, http://www.brainpop.com. Originally created in flash. Captured to Youtube so students can view it on any devise. 
 
 
An outstanding elementary video helping students understand why it is important to use proper netiquette in online discussions. Even includes a nice little song kids will enjoy. Supplied by Trinity Mount Ministries assists in locating Missing Children and helps to stop Child Abuse.
Main website: http://trinitymount.info
 

 

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