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IDLesson Plan - Kim Monts


IDLesson Plan - Kim Monts

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Here you will find a copy of my Instructional Design Plan created for CEP 811.  I believe this plan will give an  understanding of the concepts and benefits of teaching a lesson in Social Media.
Material Type: Assignment
Technical Format: PDF
Date Added to MERLOT: November 04, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 11, 2012
Submitter: Kim Monts
Keywords: twitter, social media, facebook


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Language: English
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Avatar for S P
2 years ago

S P (Librarian)

This lesson plan is designed to introduce students to social media and to build some depth to their experience.  Exercises and small group work are used to meet learning objectives.  This lesson is simple and will work for students who literally have no exposure to social media ideas.  More detailed information related to some of the lesson elements would help other educators decide if the lesson could be used in their environment.

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2 years ago

Jason Simpson (Teacher (K-12))


The focus of this lesson is to teach students how to appropriately use social media to learn content information. This lesson is broken into separate pieces, teaching the students about individual concepts. This is a good strategy to make sure the students do not receive too much information all at once. I feel that the lesson plan its self could provide more in-depth explanation of what and how to teach the concepts to the students. Overall this is a good lesson idea, but more explanation is needed.

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