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.
Program encourages student dialogue on Twitter
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