UDL & ICT in education
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Universal Design for Learning: Multiple means of representation, of expression, of engagement
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Launching People Greece on Facebook | Facebook

Launching People Greece on Facebook | Facebook | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it
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Facebook has a billion users, so it’s a fair guess to say that most of our students have a Facebook profile. Most students from kindergarten up through university would rather socialize than study, so why not meet them on their own ground by using Facebook as an interactive social learning tool? Teach, learn, and share the knowledge with the 1st Facebook Social Learning App Marketplace for Teachers and Students. Share the same education passion with us! Support our idea!

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MyFakeWall.com

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Creating a fake Facebook page using My Fake Wall could be a fun way for students to publish biographical information about historical figures. Students could also use My Fake Wall to create fake Facebook pages about characters in the novels they read.

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The Pros And Cons Of Social Media In Education [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Pros And Cons Of Social Media In Education [INFOGRAPHIC] | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it

In less than a decade, social media has had a tremendous impact on the world around us. Businesses of all sizes can leverage platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to build large, engaged communities, raise awareness and drive footfall. Equally, social media empowers consumers to make smarter decisions, engage with brands and demand better customer service. Social media is also playing a significant role in the education system, with many schools and universities eager to adopt the use of these tools in the classroom. Managed correctly, these channels can be a great boon for students. But poor understanding of the medium can result in a low level of maintenance and interaction, which can be detrimental to student satisfaction and engagement rates.

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