How social media has changed teaching, learning

04/3/2012 | (Somerville, N.J.)

Educators say that social media is transforming education and has benefited student engagement and learning as teachers increasingly are using Twitter, Skype and YouTube as part of classroom instruction. At one New Jersey high school, teachers use eClicker, a service that allows students to send answers to quizzes via text message. Some students also are using technology such as iPads to communicate with their peers at other schools.

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