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Is Internet access the new leveler of society?
Posted on June 12, 2013 by knlistman
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 →
Posted in E-learning, Education trends, Millennials, Social media, Technology in education, Zoomers | Tagged internet, internet demand, low income families | Leave a comment
Does social media help or hurt students?
Posted on June 11, 2013 by knlistman
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 →
Posted in Education trends, Millennials, Social media, Technology in education, Zoomers | Tagged post secondary education, socio economic status | Leave a comment
My teacher can see my Facebook?
Posted on June 8, 2013 by knlistman
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 →
Posted in Education trends, Social media, Technology in education | Tagged Facebook, homework assignment, privacy settings, social networking sites | Leave a comment
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 →
Posted on June 7, 2013 by knlistman | Leave a comment