Can social media be a distraction? Absolutely. Will some students access questionable content? Yes. But many students use social media to enhance their learning, expand the reach of the classroom and fashion their own personal learning networks.
Sometimes as I write about what I am teaching my students in the high school, it probably makes it seem as if that is a one-way street. The truth of the matter is that it is often a two-way conversation that is very healthy. I thought I would write about a few of the things I have learned from the students I teach:
Teachers and Librarians. Above: a box of treasure from a school in Texas. a box full of words and thoughts and gifts. and loads of warmth. I'm going to write about this school. tomorrow. but for now. I'd like to salute.
When was the last time you used a tape recorder or a slide projector? That's what we thought. In the age of technology, we can do just about everything online or with our smartphones. Whether its shopping or learning, students are using modern technology to make their experiences virtual.
The Educational Technology - ICT in Education website is aimed at teachers, users, leaders and managers of educational ICT. Published by Terry Freedman, a UK-based independent educational consultant. (Preaching to the choir!
The library, as we once knew it, may no longer be relevant. School librarians, as we once knew them, may no longer be relevant. And, yet, this is undoubtedly the most exciting time in history to be a librarian.
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