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Category Archives: Social media
Most schools would love to have the complications of e-learning in a classroom that happen when the dream of an iPad for every student actually occurs. But due to lack of funding they are scrambling to figure out how to … Continue reading →
Does using a social media interface like Facebook, Twitter or Snapchat help students or hurt them? Does increasing use of social media cause a digital divide leaving the lower class even more disadvantaged or provide a new path for education? … Continue reading →
Ask any high school student if they want an easy convenient way to access assignments and communicate. Of course they do. But, going to a teacher’s website is too much hassle. Students are always checking on their social media accounts … Continue reading →
You’ve probably seen the trend in education and training blogs – Use existing social media (i.e., Facebook) to create a collaborative social learning group. So far I’ve found the the overwhelming number of posts from my professional circles share photos … Continue reading →