Program encourages student dialogue on Twitter

01/27/2014 | Washington Times, The

Many schools have put limits on the use of social media in the classroom, but some educators are supporting sites such as Twitter as educational tools. Chris Lazarski, a high-school public policy teacher, says he uses Twitter to hold conversations about current events. He, along with about 120 teachers in a number of states, are participating in KQED's "Do Now" program, in which weekly topics, videos and articles are posted on Twitter to spark conversations.

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