Title of Presentation
Reflective Journaling and the Social Network
Date of Presentation
Name of Conference
Date of Conference
Location of Conference
Traverse City, MI
School of Education, Leadership, and Public Service
The social benefits, cognitive development, and content application of students’ use of Social Networking and Digital Media in a variety of university course work.
Session Objectives: (1) Select and support the use of emergent technologies to enrich classroom learning. (2) Knowing essential facts, terminology, details or elements of the history of reflective journaling. (3) Applying Facebook as a type of discussion forum (social networking) for an undergraduate course in the field of Communication Disorders. (4) Understand and analyzing the fundamental theoretical issues pertaining to Concept Development as well as by the practical concern of determining how our students reason about concepts that are directly relevant to their educational progress. (5) Design and develop technological applications to analyze field-based experiences.
Nelson, Lori SLPD; Klett, Mitchell PhD; Richmond, Kia Jane PhD; and Arenillas, Maria Guadalupe PhD, "Reflective Journaling and the Social Network" (2014). Conference Presentations. Paper 52.
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