If you’re like us, you want to stay current on the newest and most effective ways to incorporate social media into the classroom. Social media and Web 2.0 technology is not meant to replace teaching; it’s meant to be a tool with which to teach better.
If you’re a fan of EduDemic, chances are good you’re a fan of Twitter. The microblogging service is still in its infancy but is quickly maturing as it develops an income stream and core group of users. What does this mean for you? As a teacher, it means more tools are going to be developed around Twitter and many of which will become a great tool to use in the classroom.
@TomBarrett and a group of avid Twitter users recently came up with a presentation that shows off 30 of the most effective, useful (and new!) ways to use Twitter in the classroom. We think you’re really going to enjoy it:
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