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Students Using Social Media - Reason #3: Sharing Our Awesome


Link to article: http://www.techlearning.com/blogentry/10462

I read this article the other day. This article has some very interesting ideas about using Social Media.

"Using social media with students allows us to share with our schools, community, and the world with transparency, immediacy, and power. You want to know what goes on in my classroom?" (Check it out on Social Media...)

What if every teacher tweeted one thing a day they did in their classroom to a school or district hashtag?

Check out the other two reasons linked in the article as well on Community and Crowd sourcing and Connecting). 

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