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We haven’t had any calls from Hollywood seeking our acting skills or our film-making skills. One of the things I loved about this course was how applicable the learning was to my classroom and how many times I ended up discussing the course content with other educators.

I feel like I learned so much more, and in much more depth than this video (or any of my blog entries) were able to capture. Brittany For my major project I looked at how the teens around me on a day to day basis use social media to connect.

I was surprisingly impressed with the insight offered on their responses.

Before this class I wouldn’t have considered You Tube a form of social media- but after learning more about the personal nature of vlogs that are shared there I can see how You Tube is a social way of sharing media. I didn’t include the results of this question in my infographic because the results on the sheets differed greatly from what I learned in conversation with the same students.

One of the most interesting discussions following the surveys surrounded the final question: How much money would it take for you to give up your phone (and all social media accounts) for: -24 hours? Looking at the surveys I was shocked by how little financial compensation they wanted in order to part with their phones and all social media accounts.

It was my first time creating an infographic and it was a good experience; however, it did take a really long time for me to get the formatting how I wanted it.

I may now be in love with infographics as I can see where short, visual summaries of information would be beneficial in the classroom. For both my Health Science 20 and my Bio 30 classes I encouraged them use infographics to summarize their Student-Directed Study projects. From the surveys I learned that students use social media mostly to keep up with their friends and current news.

It is obvious he has a mission to bring down Shaun King because he has obviously offended Milo (@Nero) in some way.

In my short search looking at Milo Yiannopoulos I have discovered my Troll #1 (although possibly not a true troll himself in this situation, just an enabler of trolls- but definitely a troll in other posts I saw) was partially educated, spoke well enough to sound educated, and was charismatic enough to gather a following.Hope you enjoyed hearing about how SK youth use social media- it was a great learning experience for me. I can honestly say he is not what I expected to find.He is arrogant (expected), racist (expected), a misogynist (expected), but he also seems to be very charismatic- which explains the 118,000 followers.In closing- I am glad I chose the topic I did as it opened up a lot of great conversations with students. In response to how he thought his relationship with his parents had changed as a result of social media: We are a lot more quiet, we communicate over our phones.We know what’s happening in each others day by seeing it on social media, not my actually telling each other).I have also heard students in the past talking about how many more snapchats they need to get the next level of emojis.They were actively increasing their use of the app just to get better little images- laughable for someone like me that doesn’t use the program.Carla Cooper and I decided to work together to create our Summary of Learning project.We made our plans, then spent a Saturday evening in my classroom filming.I think that the conversations ended up being better than what we would have discussed if they had been talking in front of a camera.With the survey results I created an infographic with the results.

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