Magazine article Technology & Learning

Talk It Up

Magazine article Technology & Learning

Talk It Up

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One of the great things about covering the education and technology beat is that our readers love to share. Whether it be a successful instructional technique, a telling anecdote about a particular student, or a resource found on the Web, you're always ready to let a colleague in on the secret-which makes our job that much easier.

,Just this month, a few of you shared with us the reality of our suggestion that teachers set up their own Facebook page: "I am online all the time with student assignments and rewriting curriculum," writes Carol Keith from Fulton County School District in GA. "However, sites like Facebook are blocked in my school system. Plus, I'm not sure the social aspect of using those sites would be appreciated by my students with their teacher." Educator Gregory Unrau concurs: "Students have told me they don't like crossing the line between a social and academic environment, they don't like school-run chat rooms, they want their social privacy and freedom. …

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