Tuesday, May 22, 2012

100 Ways You Should Be Using Facebook in Your Classroom

Social Media is a great way to connect, share, learn and communicate with other educators and with students and parents. Teachers can hold online study sessions, discussions, post assignments and resources, and communicate with students and parents about class issues and information. Schools can use social media to connect with parents and the community and communicate with staff and students.

Facebook is one social network that schools and teachers use with their students, when it isn't blocked by the school filtering software! Our school district has a Facebook page, but blocks Facebook on the school network.

There are a lot of great ways to use Facebook in the classroom and here are 100 Ways Teachers Can Use Facebook in the Classroom. There are some great ideas here.


Social Media in Education - connect, share, learn, communicate and more

Twitter, Google Plus, Facebook - a nice comparison

Edmodo - excellent, free, social network and educational system

5 Great course management resources for educators

Google Groups - connect, share, communicate, discuss - great for education

Which Social Network should you use? Infographic on which to use when

Twitter - A great resource for Education

Google+ - more reasons it's great for educators

Twitter, Facebook, RSS feeds, Email, Google+ - why/when I use each one


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