3 tips for teachers using social media in the classroom


Social media opens up all new avenues of communication for college students, their classmates and their professors, Mashable reports. A typical class may only take a few hours a week, but now with social media, the classroom can be a lively, 24/7 experience. Professors are more accessible, often clarifying assignments via Twitter or sharing content on their blogs. Students benefit from these extra communication channels. They can process information and contribute to class discussions at their own pace. They can more easily ask questions of their peers and professors…

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