Online Productivity, Social Media, & Podcasting

October Videos (Watch all Four):

 

 

 

 

Productivity

What are RSS Feeds?

The Power of RSS Feeds

Increasing Educational Productivity

How People Spend Their Time Online

Are RSS Feeds Dead?

Social Media

 

Facebook By the Numbers

Instagram By the Numbers

Twitter By the Numbers

YouTube By the Numbers

Pinterest By the Numbers

Snapchat By the Numbers

Periscope By the Numbers

LinkedIn By the Numbers

Digital Marketing Statistics 2018

Social Media in the Classroom (Lynda.com)

Is Blogging Dead?

Getting Started with Snapchat in the Classroom

Getting Started with Periscope in the Classroom

Periscope: Connecting Classrooms to the World

5 Steps to Use LinkedIn for Social Learning

Digital Literacy

Facebook Digital Literacy Lessons

Microsoft Digital Literacy Course

4 Principles of Digital Literacy

RSS Tools

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Flipboard User Guide

Flipboard Tutorials

Flipboard Safari Link

15 Fantastic Ways to Use Flipboard

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Feedly Tutorial

Feedly Tricks and Tips

Suggested Blogs to Follow

Cool Cat Teacher

Free Technology for Teachers

Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day

EdTech Central

Langwitches

21st Century Education Technology and Learning

The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom

Find more: Top 100 Technology Blogs for Teachers

Social Media

YouTube Channels

Ted ED

Ted Talks

Teachers on Twitter

Richard Byrne

Stephanie Madlinger

Shannon Miller

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Podcasts

The Beginners Guide to Podcasts

How to Get Started Listening to Podcasts

Teaching the Art of Listening

Creating Podcasts for Classroom Use

Tech in the Classroom: How/Why to Use Podcasts

Podcasts for Educators

#EdChatRadio

Angela Watson’s Truth for Teachers

The Bedley Brothers

Every Classroom Matters

Science Underground

Talks With Teachers

Moving at the Speed of Creativity

The Cult of Pedagogy

The Google Teacher Tribe

10 Minute Teacher (from CoolCatTeacher)

Podcasts for Students

Podcasts and Assignments for Kids of All Ages

50 Podcasts for High School Students

Assignments for October

  1. Create a Twitter account and follow 10 new people. (You can also follow Olivia @oklivlife, Ann @annws, Ashley @teachingmissk, and Gratia Countryman @mnlibhistory – and you should – but choose 10 beyond us)
  2. Tweet an idea on incorporating social media into education and/or curriculum
  3. Subscribe to a new podcast.

Blog Assignments for October

  1. Write a reflection on the videos, our October class, and be sure to include your thoughts on RSS, social media, digital literacy, podcasting, and/or your thoughts on the rapid changes in technology. Be sure and include your Twitter handle in your blog post. 
  2. For your article this month, choose one from a blogger you now follow (or a YouTube Channel or an article from someone you follow on Twitter or FB or Pinterest), link the article in your blog and discuss the content.