Gabriel Catalano human being | #INperfeccion® a way to find new insight & perspectives
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La experiencia es la práctica prolongada que proporciona conocimiento, saber o habilidad para hacer algo.
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Report: Students On Facebook Study 10 Times Less Than Non-Users

Report: Students On Facebook Study 10 Times Less Than Non-Users | Gabriel Catalano human being | #INperfeccion® a way to find new insight & perspectives | Scoop.it

We all know that as students progress through their school years, their homework load increases. Fifteen year olds may look longingly back to when they were ten and had a whole lot less work to do at home. According to the handy infographic below, the average 6-8 year old spends 9 hours per week studying, vs. 14 hours per week for college students. That doesn’t seem so awful, especially when you consider that the average student spends 4.39 hours per day watching television.


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The power of Twitter

The power of Twitter | Gabriel Catalano human being | #INperfeccion® a way to find new insight & perspectives | Scoop.it
How I became a convert to Twitter • The teaching and education community on Twitter is truly inspirational...

 

Twitter is a fantastic collaborative tool. As teachers, how often do we get to visit other schools? In my experience, very rarely. Twitter has enabled me to collaborate with teachers in schools across the country. Combine this with cloud services such as DropBox and Google Docs and you can create and share resources and ideas quickly and easily.

 

The site is also a great place for discussion. It is amazing how creative you can be in 140 characters. Teachers, academics, technologists and other experts come together on Twitter to chat and discuss a whole range of topics – you can follow and contribute to these discussions by using hash tags.


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Shantanu Ghosh's comment, March 31, 2012 9:41 PM
Extremely nice article.