Use of social media as a research tool among students continues to increase
Teaching with social media can foster connection and build engagement when done correctly, research shows.
These top social networking/media sites are free, easy to use, and offer rich opportunities for educators and students to network, create, share and learn with each other.
School leaders need to identify and quell toxic groupthink that can lead to a hyperactive hive mind that impairs everyone
BBC iReporter is a browser-based, choose-your-own-adventure game where you experience your first day on the job on the news agency's social media team.
Social bookmarking helps students visualize and personalize their learning in boards, magazines, or walls!
Bad News is a short web- and text-based game that highlights how Twitter and other social media are used to propagate fake news.
FreshGrade Next combines elements of lesson planners, portfolios, communication systems and gradebooks into a unified experience.
The game's aim is to help students understand the essential qualities of good journalism, how news goes viral, and common tactics employed in news to deceive or manipulate reads.
Biblionasium is a social network that allows students to log books, review them, and share or recommend them to fellow kid readers.
When becoming literate in film, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, social media, etc, it’s about learning new forms of media.
If you are a member, moderator, or admin of any Facebook group, you may have heard a buzz that they are kicking out members unless they prove they are active.
Heard is a platform that allows teachers and parents to communicate, share resources, plan events, and more.
More and more district and school staff are catching on to the advice of superintendents like Joe Sanfelippo who encourage staff to take every opportunity to say good things about their school.