STUDENT PANEL: Understanding How Students Use Social Media to Leverage it in the Curriculum

A session at The 6th Annual Summit on Education Technology Strategies for Colleges, Universities & K-12 Schools

  • Jamie Meyer
  • Meaghan MacLachlan
  • Ahmed Tahir
  • Jasmine Denike
  • Ahmed Shoeib
  • Harsh Patel

Wednesday 6th April, 2016

1:45pm to 2:30pm (EST)

Social media can be a valuable tool for communicating with students and connecting them with the world. But if you want to use social media effectively in your curriculum, you need to understand how students are using it. Gain insights, directly from students to develop a plan to:

-Understand how students use social media inside and outside of the classroom
-Use social media in the classroom
-Meet student expectations for social media in the classroom

Gain a student perspective to improve your use of social media in the curriculum.

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Jamie Meyer

Teacher, Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary, HDSB

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Meaghan MacLachlan

Teacher, Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary, HDSB

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Ahmed Tahir

President, Humber Students' Federation

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Jasmine Denike

Vice President External, University of Toronto Students' Union

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Ahmed Shoeib

Student, Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary, HDSB

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Harsh Patel

Student, Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary, HDSB

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Time 1:45pm2:30pm EST

Date Wed 6th April 2016

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Official event site

www.educationtechnologysummit.com

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