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Twitter in the Classroom?

Twitter in the Classroom?

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Usually a classroom full of students tapping away on phones is a clear sign that the teacher has lost control. Not so in Enrique Legaspi’s high-tech history class where children are encouraged to use their phones, ipads, and laptops–as long as they’re using them to access Twitter. Legaspi began integrating Twitter into his teaching earlier this year and since the switch he says participation and even the students’ self worth have been improving. Read the full article here What do you think? Does Twitter belong in the classroom?

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