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6 razones para educar a los niños en el uso de las redes sociales

6 razones para educar a los niños en el uso de las redes sociales | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

1. Nuestros hijos son seres sociales

2. Impedir no es solución

3. autocuidado y privacidad

4. diálogo, familias 2.0

5. autoestima ¿para qué no es necesaria?

6. los riesgos, siempre presentes

 

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Infografia: Why Students Like Social Media But Schools Don’t | Edudemic

Infografia: Why Students Like Social Media But Schools Don’t | Edudemic | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

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video: Lo mejor de 2011 - Redes sociales

(www.idg.es).- Las redes sociales han tenido un gran protagonismo durante 2011.

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ppt: Tic tac. formas de enseñar vs. maneras de aprender

Muy recomendable.


Via Ramon Aragon, Claudio A. Clarenc, Mariano Fernandez S., juandoming
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MarcosRVS's comment, January 4, 2012 2:07 PM
Bastante interesante, pero se ve solo aplicable a la educación básica. Es más complicado hacerlo en la educación superior, a pesar de que los alumnos son mayores y tienen mayor dominio —en teoría— de estas herramientas.
EVA's comment, January 9, 2012 9:32 AM
EXCELENTE PRESENTACION, HASTA LOS MAS NEGADOS TENDRAN QUE ENTENDER QUE, A LOS DOCENTES, NO NOS QUEDA OTRA QUE INICIARNOS EN ESTE MUNDO QUE ES EL MUNDO DE LOS JOVENES Y NIÑOS A QUIENES ENSEÑAMOS
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Infografía: el ciber-bullying en redes sociales

Infografía: el ciber-bullying en redes sociales | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
Un problema social muy reciente y también preocupante es el famoso bullying que consiste en que una persona gusta de abusar, molestar y hostigar a otros.
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Infografía: Relación entre Facebook y el rendimiento escolar – infografía

Infografía: Relación entre Facebook y el rendimiento escolar – infografía | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
Es frecuente creer que las redes sociales son una distracción más para los estudiantes, y que probablemente su uso esté dentro de una de las causas del creciente fracaso escolar.
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Too much face and not enough books? Facebook use and academic performance | Social Media in Higher Education

Too much face and not enough books? Facebook use and academic performance | Social Media in Higher Education | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
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The internet as a diversion and destination | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

Pew Internet by Lee Rainie Dec 2, 2011

 

 

Overview

Americans are increasingly going online just for fun and to pass the time, particularly young adults under 30. On any given day, 53% of all the young adults ages 18-29 go online for no particular reason except to have fun or to pass the time. Many of them go online in purposeful ways, as well. But the results of a survey by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project show that young adults’ use of the internet can at times be simply for the diversion it presents. Indeed, 81% of all young adults in this age cohort report they have used the internet for this reason at least occasionally.

These results come in the larger context that internet users of all ages are much more likely now than in the past to say they go online for no particular reason other than to pass the time or have fun. Some 58% of all adults (or 74% of all online adults) say they use the internet this way. And a third of all adults (34%) say they used the internet that way “yesterday” – or the day before Pew Internet reached them for the survey. Both figures are higher than in 2009 when we last asked this question and vastly higher than in the middle of the last decade.

"These findings are one of our main signs about how deeply Internet use has woven itself into the rhythms of people's lives," report author and Pew Internet Lee Rainie told Mashable.

"When they have some down time, more and more of them are finding the Internet a fun, diverting place to spend their leisure moments. It's not necessarily surprising to see that this is a favorite pastime of young adults. It is a bit surprising to see that the incidence of this use has grown in every age demographic. The Internet is not just the playground of the young."

 

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¿Saben tus alumnos preservar su privacidad en la Red? Usa ‘Minutes.io’ para extraer conclusiones

¿Saben tus alumnos preservar su privacidad en la Red? Usa ‘Minutes.io’ para extraer conclusiones | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

Propuesta didáctica de la Fundación Telefónica para usar un recorte de periódico sobre el tema de la privacidad en Internet.

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Going Viral Visualized [INFOGRAPHIC]

Going Viral Visualized [INFOGRAPHIC] | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
Ever wonder the secret to your favorite viral videos? Check out the magic of Internet memes in this handy infographic.
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Has Facebook Killed Email? [Infographic]

Has Facebook Killed Email? [Infographic] | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
Visible Gains designed this infographic about effective ways to communicate over the Internet. From the looks of it, email is far from dead and here to stay.

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The internet as a diversion and destination | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

by Lee Rainie. Dec 2, 2011

Overview: Americans are increasingly going online just for fun and to pass the time, particularly young adults under 30. On any given day, 53% of all the young adults ages 18-29 go online for no particular reason except to have fun or to pass the time. Many of them go online in purposeful ways, as well. But the results of a survey by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project show that young adults’ use of the internet can at times be simply for the diversion it presents. Indeed, 81% of all young adults in this age cohort report they have used the internet for this reason at least occasionally.

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Why Real-World Socializing Is the Next Big Thing for Social Media

Why Real-World Socializing Is the Next Big Thing for Social Media | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
There’s no doubt that social networking has made the world a more open and connected place. Just one problem -- social networking isn't actually social, in the traditional sense.
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MONOGRÁFICO SCOPEO No. 3. M-learning, en España, Portugal y América Latina. | Observatorio SCOPEO

MONOGRÁFICO SCOPEO No. 3. M-learning, en España, Portugal y América Latina. | Observatorio SCOPEO | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

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ppt: Herramientas bibliograficas 2.0

ppt: Herramientas bibliograficas 2.0 | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
Taller sobre herramientas bibliográficas 2.0 para profesores de la UEM.

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educomunicacion - Redes Sociales en Educación ¿Cómo pensarlas mejor?

Hace tiempo que venimos trabajando en el tema de las Redes Sociales en Educación, y algo muy interesante que vemos como (casi) una constante, es la tendencia a asociar el concepto de "Redes Sociales" con una alguna red en particular. Y lo cierto es que una idea completa o general de red social hoy excede ampliamente a una red o un servicio de red social en especial. Es interesante aprender a dominar facebook, twitter o linkedIn en tanto medio, mensaje, o masaje (?) -diría McLuhan-, pero más interesante es aún, recuperar la idea y la metáfora de que las redes sociales se construyen desde el yo, el tú y el nosotros. Yo soy importante, tú eres indispensable y juntos formamos algo que mencionamos como un nosotros, al que hoy lo leemos como red social con el agregado del medio digital.


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Infografía: Managing your personal e-reputation

Infografía: Managing your personal e-reputation | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

Via Paulo Simões, juandoming, Carles Dorado
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Heinz Krettek's comment, December 11, 2011 7:58 AM
Hi, how can I create such infografics? tool?

Thanks in advance Heinz
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Facebook and student engagement infographic | Social Media in Higher Education

Facebook and student engagement infographic | Social Media in Higher Education | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

Infográfico

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ppt: Experiencias educativas con códigos QR

Presentación hecha en Congreso Educared


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Address Is Approximate [Vimeo] by Tom Jenkins

Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.

 

Uso de google

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video: The World of Social Media 2011

video: The World of Social Media 2011 | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it

dreig El caparazon (dreig) Nueva videoinfografía sobre social media 2011 showyou.com/s/zzyobj

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Observatorio :: Hogares y Ciudadanos :: Estudio sobre el conocimiento y uso de las Redes Sociales en España

Observatorio :: Hogares y Ciudadanos :: Estudio sobre el conocimiento y uso de las Redes Sociales en España | Estudios Redes Sociales | Scoop.it
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