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Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills

Aaron Chia Yuan Hung

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Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills

Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills

Aaron Chia Yuan Hung

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Podcast for the Digital Literacies and 21st Century Skills course at Adelphi University's Educational Technology program.

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: Taking Advantage of the Learning and Writing Centers

Bonus episode from The Conversation. Our guest this week is Brandon Dove, the Coordinator of Virtual Campus and Online Services at the Learning and Writing Centers. Brandon discusses what these centers are, and how students can take advantage of them to succeed and become better learners.

20 MINMAY 13
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Bonus Episode: Taking Advantage of the Learning and Writing Centers

Design Thinking in Education

This is a Podcast on Design Thinking in Education. Christopher discusses the definition of Design Thinking. He then goes over the Main Procedures students learn to follow. Then he provides a Project-Based Learning Plan for the students to learn how to use the process to solve their problem. Finally he describes the positive results students gain from learning design thinking and completing a solution. The final discussion is about resources and other options for Design Thinking.

13 MINMAY 6
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Design Thinking in Education

Pros and Cons of Twitter in the Classroom

Shannon and Jeanell, both teachers, discuss the pros and cons of using Twitter and other social media platforms in the classroom. Listen as they explore different scenarios and ideas on how to implement social media and technology in their classrooms!

16 MINAPR 22
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Pros and Cons of Twitter in the Classroom

Social Media in Education: Boon or Bane?

In this week’s podcast, we discuss various aspects of technological advancements and social media use in education. We analyze the episode, The telegraph, by Pessimists Archive (2019) to better understand the origins of concerns regarding the loss of privacy, moral corruption, and false news related to technological advancements. We also discuss the benefits and dangers of using social media for formal and informal learning and reflect on our experience using Twitter for EDT501 to evaluate its use in education. Our group discussed all of the readings in our podcast Greenhow and Lewin (2016) Social media and education: Reconceptualizing the boundaries of formal and informal learning and Tang and Hew (2017) Using Twitter for education: Beneficial or simply a waste of time?

32 MINAPR 15
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Social Media in Education: Boon or Bane?

Introducing The Conversation

The Conversation is a podcast I used to use for another class called Technology and Instructional Design. It used to be dedicated to conversations between myself as the instructor and the students. Given the big changes seen in education today, I have decided to evolve into a conversation with educators, students, parents, and administrators who have been impacted by this. This sample episode is the first from this series, with a faculty, a graduate student who is also a teacher, and an eighth grade student. The faculty and graduate student, as well as the co-host, Professor Clara Bauler, are also parents, who have to manage their children's education. I hope you enjoy and consider subscribing!

52 MINAPR 13
Comments
Introducing The Conversation

Is Social Media Ruining Our Lives?

Julie Garvey, Marci Imbrenda and Nia Thomas discuss the duality of social media. They explore whether or not we are losing our capacity for empathy as a society, what the benefits of social media are and how we as individuals can help educate our youth into being responsible users of social media.

21 MINAPR 8
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Is Social Media Ruining Our Lives?

Perception is reality (Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon)

In this episode, Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon looked at the dictionary definition of literacy as well as that of the Global Alliance for Monitoring Learning and the The US National Association for Media Literacy Education. We then dissected it through the lens of Davison, Bulger and Majoo as well as our own experiences.

19 MINMAR 4
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Perception is reality (Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon)

Mayer and Tufte: On designing effective presentations (Ricci and Kimberly)

In this podcast, Ricci and Kim discuss the different forms of visual presentation and its impact on learning. First they talk about the multimedia principle and how images affect our understanding. Then they move onto the modality principle and whether audio or text works best when paired with visuals. Lastly, they end with a discussion on the pitfalls of PowerPoint and their encounters with it. Special thanks to Ellen Derr, who won the logo contest last semester!

20 MINFEB 19
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Mayer and Tufte: On designing effective presentations (Ricci and Kimberly)

Connected Learning (Emily, Teresa and Emeline)

We are going to discuss Connected Learning through the following talking points of economical, social, technological trends and the challenges they pose to the transformation of our current educational system. Learning is meaningful when it is part of valued relationships, shared practice, culture, and identity. Young people need connection and translation between in-school and out-of-school learning. We can engage students to help effectively shape their learning experiences, with the concepts of Connected Learning and Design thinking in mind, and we can mindfully make progressive actions towards constructing a new pathway for educational purposes.

11 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Connected Learning (Emily, Teresa and Emeline)

Connected Learning (Colleen and Dakota)

In this podcast, we discuss the Draft New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Learning Standards. We provide a background on why and how the standards were developed and we break down how they are organized. Focusing on the digital literacy standards, we share personal anecdotes and ideas about how these standards can be implemented in the classroom, we reflect on how they might be modified to meet the needs of all students and we share our thoughts about the presence of technology in our everyday lives and the importance of a strong educational foundation in digital literacy.

21 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Connected Learning (Colleen and Dakota)

Latest Episodes

Bonus Episode: Taking Advantage of the Learning and Writing Centers

Bonus episode from The Conversation. Our guest this week is Brandon Dove, the Coordinator of Virtual Campus and Online Services at the Learning and Writing Centers. Brandon discusses what these centers are, and how students can take advantage of them to succeed and become better learners.

20 MINMAY 13
Comments
Bonus Episode: Taking Advantage of the Learning and Writing Centers

Design Thinking in Education

This is a Podcast on Design Thinking in Education. Christopher discusses the definition of Design Thinking. He then goes over the Main Procedures students learn to follow. Then he provides a Project-Based Learning Plan for the students to learn how to use the process to solve their problem. Finally he describes the positive results students gain from learning design thinking and completing a solution. The final discussion is about resources and other options for Design Thinking.

13 MINMAY 6
Comments
Design Thinking in Education

Pros and Cons of Twitter in the Classroom

Shannon and Jeanell, both teachers, discuss the pros and cons of using Twitter and other social media platforms in the classroom. Listen as they explore different scenarios and ideas on how to implement social media and technology in their classrooms!

16 MINAPR 22
Comments
Pros and Cons of Twitter in the Classroom

Social Media in Education: Boon or Bane?

In this week’s podcast, we discuss various aspects of technological advancements and social media use in education. We analyze the episode, The telegraph, by Pessimists Archive (2019) to better understand the origins of concerns regarding the loss of privacy, moral corruption, and false news related to technological advancements. We also discuss the benefits and dangers of using social media for formal and informal learning and reflect on our experience using Twitter for EDT501 to evaluate its use in education. Our group discussed all of the readings in our podcast Greenhow and Lewin (2016) Social media and education: Reconceptualizing the boundaries of formal and informal learning and Tang and Hew (2017) Using Twitter for education: Beneficial or simply a waste of time?

32 MINAPR 15
Comments
Social Media in Education: Boon or Bane?

Introducing The Conversation

The Conversation is a podcast I used to use for another class called Technology and Instructional Design. It used to be dedicated to conversations between myself as the instructor and the students. Given the big changes seen in education today, I have decided to evolve into a conversation with educators, students, parents, and administrators who have been impacted by this. This sample episode is the first from this series, with a faculty, a graduate student who is also a teacher, and an eighth grade student. The faculty and graduate student, as well as the co-host, Professor Clara Bauler, are also parents, who have to manage their children's education. I hope you enjoy and consider subscribing!

52 MINAPR 13
Comments
Introducing The Conversation

Is Social Media Ruining Our Lives?

Julie Garvey, Marci Imbrenda and Nia Thomas discuss the duality of social media. They explore whether or not we are losing our capacity for empathy as a society, what the benefits of social media are and how we as individuals can help educate our youth into being responsible users of social media.

21 MINAPR 8
Comments
Is Social Media Ruining Our Lives?

Perception is reality (Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon)

In this episode, Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon looked at the dictionary definition of literacy as well as that of the Global Alliance for Monitoring Learning and the The US National Association for Media Literacy Education. We then dissected it through the lens of Davison, Bulger and Majoo as well as our own experiences.

19 MINMAR 4
Comments
Perception is reality (Clakkey, Jeannell and Shannon)

Mayer and Tufte: On designing effective presentations (Ricci and Kimberly)

In this podcast, Ricci and Kim discuss the different forms of visual presentation and its impact on learning. First they talk about the multimedia principle and how images affect our understanding. Then they move onto the modality principle and whether audio or text works best when paired with visuals. Lastly, they end with a discussion on the pitfalls of PowerPoint and their encounters with it. Special thanks to Ellen Derr, who won the logo contest last semester!

20 MINFEB 19
Comments
Mayer and Tufte: On designing effective presentations (Ricci and Kimberly)

Connected Learning (Emily, Teresa and Emeline)

We are going to discuss Connected Learning through the following talking points of economical, social, technological trends and the challenges they pose to the transformation of our current educational system. Learning is meaningful when it is part of valued relationships, shared practice, culture, and identity. Young people need connection and translation between in-school and out-of-school learning. We can engage students to help effectively shape their learning experiences, with the concepts of Connected Learning and Design thinking in mind, and we can mindfully make progressive actions towards constructing a new pathway for educational purposes.

11 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Connected Learning (Emily, Teresa and Emeline)

Connected Learning (Colleen and Dakota)

In this podcast, we discuss the Draft New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Learning Standards. We provide a background on why and how the standards were developed and we break down how they are organized. Focusing on the digital literacy standards, we share personal anecdotes and ideas about how these standards can be implemented in the classroom, we reflect on how they might be modified to meet the needs of all students and we share our thoughts about the presence of technology in our everyday lives and the importance of a strong educational foundation in digital literacy.

21 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Connected Learning (Colleen and Dakota)
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