Pt 2: 20 minutes with Stephen - a conversation with Professor Stephen Heppell





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Published on Nov 6, 2012

We talk to Professor Stephen Heppell about social media in teaching and learning.

On social media in education
• What are some examples of the effective use of social media in schools?
• Can you give some examples where social media has been used ineffectively?
• What advise can you give to school leaders who are contemplating the use of social media tools in their school program?
• What impact are you seeing mobile devices having on the use of social media in education?
• How do you expect social media to evolve over the next few years and what might be the impact on education?
• Is social media changing the dynamic between leaners and educators? eg: anywhere anytime learning.
• Can you describe the essential differences between the use of social media in education and its private use?
On mobile devices in education
• What are some of the innovations we might expect to see in the near future and what might be their impact on education?
Questions about pedagogy
• Can you give a couple of pedagogical suggestions on how the curriculum can be linked to the effective use of new media in education?
• What do you think we can do as a system to effectively engage educators in new media and online learning? Again some pedagogical points.

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