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Video: Integrating Social Media in The Classroom!

 
 

 

 


Hertz Furniture video blogger Mor Rossler discusses the role of social media in education today. Google images and youtube videos are just some of the ways that students are experiencing information in a way that they have never done before. Game based learning sites, blogs, and twitter are allowing students to connect to the world in new ways. Watch the video and learn more about using social media in the classroom!


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