Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism
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Resources for students who are learning about legal ethics and how to look and act professionally, and resources for their teachers. How to better communicate ideas with students, including how to use social media, such as Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Pinterest. Especially designed for millennials and online courses.
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McGee_Millennials.pdf

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Good presentation (from a medical school professor) re: Millennials and digital learning

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College Degree.com | The Facebook Classroom: 25 Facebook Apps That Are Perfect for Online Education

College Degree.com | The Facebook Classroom: 25 Facebook Apps That Are Perfect for Online Education | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
With so many students, teachers, and librarians on Facebook these days, the social media site has become somewhat of a platform, offering developers a way to create and share applications for education. This, of course, is great news for online education,
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Has information about Slideshare, for one.

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100 Ways to Use Facebook in the Classroom — OnlineCollege.org

100 Ways to Use Facebook in the Classroom — OnlineCollege.org | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
This List Includes Tips for Discussion, Organization, Project Building, and More! Who Know Being Social Could be so Educational?
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Great insight into the value of FB in the classroom - "Who knew being social could be so educational?"

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How Teachers are Using Tumblr in the Classroom — Emerging Education Technologies

How Teachers are Using Tumblr in the Classroom — Emerging Education Technologies | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
The increasingly popular free digital media sharing app offers plenty of possibilities for  educators. Tumblr is a web based social media platform that was designed to make it easier for people to share digital media with each other. Unlike Facebook
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How teachers use social media in the classroom to beef up instruction

How teachers use social media in the classroom to beef up instruction | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Sites like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest are helping teachers and students communicate and share knowledge.
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Insight into the ethical concerns of using online social media in the classroom. Makes obvious the need to teach ethics from the very beginning.

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The Teacher's Quick Guide To Pinterest | Edudemic

The Teacher's Quick Guide To Pinterest | Edudemic | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
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Steps to creating Pinterest for your classroom.

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How Technology Can Improve Post-Secondary Outcomes for Students with Autism

How Technology Can Improve Post-Secondary Outcomes for Students with Autism | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Author Dana Reinecke, Ph.D., discusses how technology can improve post-secondary outcomes for students with autism, increasing their access to jobs and education.
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How technology tools can help all students, especially millennials who are already using Facebook, for example.

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Education Minnesota (educationmn)

Education Minnesota (educationmn) | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
We're proud to serve as a union of 70,000 educators, representing members in pre-K through post-secondary classrooms statewide.
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Pinterest looks like a bulletin board...maybe a micro Scoop-it. Here is a board with ideas about using Pinterest in K-12

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50 Ways to Use Twitter in the College Classroom - OnlineColleges.net

50 Ways to Use Twitter in the College Classroom - OnlineColleges.net | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Make sure you don't get left behind by incorporating some of these educational and fun ways that Twitter can be used in the college classroom.
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Great ideas, showing how Twitter can add to all aspects of a course.

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Atlanta students gather for ethics workshop - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta students gather for ethics workshop - Atlanta Journal Constitution | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Atlanta students gather for ethics workshop
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Metro Atlanta students and educators were gathering Friday at Georgia Tech for a workshop on ethics and leadership.
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Section of Public Contract Law | Section of Public Contract Law

Section of Public Contract Law | Section of Public Contract Law | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
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How Millennials Learn

How Millennials Learn | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Constant technology developments have changed the focus and learning styles of all generations in today’s workforce, especially millennials or Generation Y, but this blossoming, tech-savvy generation – my generation – is more relatable to Generation ...
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Millennials want our guidance, and social media is a great tool to provide guidance.

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Facebook In The Classroom. Seriously. — Emerging Education Technologies

Facebook In The Classroom. Seriously. — Emerging Education Technologies | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Do Popular Social Networking Applications Have A Place In The Classroom? A Growing Number Of Educators Say ‘Yes’. The post, “100 Ways To Teach With Twitter”, is one of the most consistently viewed article on this site. Similarly, “Facebook As An Instructional
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Good overview of serious users of FB in the classroom

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Experimenting with Facebook in the College Classroom

Experimenting with Facebook in the College Classroom | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
While discussing the nuances of regression analysis, I saw some of my students smiling. It wasn’t a smile of understanding; it was a response to seeing a Facebook comment on their smart phone. I later learned that 99% of the students in the research method class were Facebook users, routinely checking for updates 10-20 times a day. I asked them to refrain checking their phones during class.
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I followed the steps in this article to set up the Facebook group for PARA1100

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100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social Media In the Classroom - OnlineUniversities.com

100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social Media In the Classroom - OnlineUniversities.com | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Social media may have started out as a fun way to connect with friends, but it has evolved to become a powerful tool for education and business.
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Using social media, including the need for rules of ethics

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37 Ways Teachers Should Use Pinterest - Best Colleges Online

37 Ways Teachers Should Use Pinterest - Best Colleges Online | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
One of the newest and best online tools for teachers is Pinterest.
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How to communicate visually with students

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A Primer On Infographics In The Classroom

A Primer On Infographics In The Classroom | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
A Primer On Infographics In The Classroom
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Infographics allows improved communication, especially with visual learners

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Post-Secondary - Twitter for Teachers

Teaching educators how to leverage Twitter for their own professional development.
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List of resources for using Twitter

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classroomtweets - Using Twitter in the Classroom

classroomtweets - Using Twitter in the Classroom | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
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Yikes! Great ideas. Let's use Twitter during our presentation, so participants will see how it works.

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A Professor's Tips for Using Twitter in the Classroom - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Professor's Tips for Using Twitter in the Classroom - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
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Twitter allows students and instructor to "pass notes" with personal and on topic information. Makes the class a community.


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Non-Lawyers Find It Hard Avoid Breaking Bar's Vague Rules

Non-Lawyers Find It Hard Avoid Breaking Bar's Vague Rules | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Around the country, bar associations fight to keep document-preparation firms off of their turf.
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General information about Unauthorized Practice of Law.

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Legal Ethics Research Guide — Georgetown Law

Legal Ethics Research Guide — Georgetown Law | Teaching & Learning: Legal Ethics & Professionalism | Scoop.it
Legal Ethics Research Guide

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