Social networks are being used by teachers and students alike to share information related to science, technology, education and math, and the possibilities for expanding that use continue to grow, Doug Haller, principal of Haller STEM Education Consulting, writes in this blog post. For example, the Global Ozone Project connects thousands of middle- and high-school students on a social network where they can share data and ask questions. IGERT.org offers a place for graduate students to interact directly with scientists and engineering.
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