Using social networking as a professional-development tool

12/19/2012 | eSchool News (free registration)

Experts in education technology say such tools, particularly social networking, can benefit professional development for teachers. Schools worldwide are using social tools to use data in new ways, emphasize teamwork and perform other tasks -- a trend likely to continue in the future. Professional development for social learning communities allows educators to explore "what we can do with information and relationships that we could never do before," ed-tech consultant Alan November said.

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