Social Media Pedagogy
In the past decade, the term "disruption" became the go-to buzzword to describe how technological advances are employed to throw monkey wrenches into the machinations of institutions that were previously viewed as indomitable, including academic ones. Within this zeitgeist, social media platforms have become powerful vehicles for disseminating information (whether that information is factual or not) and developing learning communities outside of traditional educational organizations.
As a result of the current COVID-19 climate, secondary and post secondary educators who use social media pedagogies in their instruction or to further their scholarly trajectories will be poised to harness social media’s knowledge sharing power by developing their own online learning communities.
Social Media Pedagogy is a workshop designed by Dr. Kenya Mitchell, a 2020 Digital Pedagogy Lab Fellow, to prepare faculty members to harness social media's knowledge sharing power, no matter what their discipline is.
Buy the course now and join the growing community of social media educators!
To view the complete workshop syllabus, please click here.