When you think of a classroom, what comes to mind? Students, teachers, lectures? There’s a new classroom style that’s growing in popularity where that lecture portion may be a bit less of the classroom experience. It’s called a Flipped Classroom.
The School at Columbia University built a private social network for its students, to give them a place to practice and experiment with social networking, without leaving a permanent trace on the Internet.
Google announced a number of updates to Google Plus this morning that do point to the great potential the site still could have for teaching and learning. Most notably, Google has made its Hangouts feature even more useful for communication and collaboration.
The question is: how to leverage Facebook for learning purposes? There are a number of new tools that aim to blend social and studying aspects. One of them is Hoot.me a Facebook application that turns the social networking site into "study mode."
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