How social media has transformed teaching, learning

09/19/2013 | Education Week

Social media and mobile learning have changed teaching and learning in many ways, including increasing opportunities for interactions beyond the school building, according to a paper by Darrell West, a Brookings Institution scholar. This blog post includes examples of how teachers are using the technology, such as using Twitter and Facebook to publicly share students' work, using sites such as Pinterest to share lesson plans and ideas with fellow educators, creating blogs and connecting with parents.

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