(Source: Best Masters in Education)
The use of various social media platforms consumes a considerable amount of many people’s time. At every level of education, especially higher education, several social media platforms are integral to how students learn and how teachers teach. The above infographic offers an excellent understanding of this.
Do you believe the use of social media in the classroom is beneficial? Outside of the classroom, have you been able to learn from various social media platforms, including blogging, Twitter, Facebook, and/or YouTube? Share your thoughts.
Antonio Maurice Daniels
University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Social media in the classroom: Why and how to use it (voxxi.com)
- Benefits of Social Media Usage in Schools [infographic] (immediatefuture.co.uk)
- What a High School Teacher Can Teach You About Social Media Presence (business2community.com)
- Is there a Place for Social Media in the Classroom? (howtolearn.com)
- Twitter in the Classroom: Distraction or Modern Approach to Encourage Participation? (epiphanysearch.co.uk)
- Podcast406: Amplifying Our Students: Social Media in the Classroom by Jennifer Magiera & Autumn Laidler (speedofcreativity.org)
- Facebook in the Classroom (yulygamboa.wordpress.com)
- Social media helping education in Arab world (vancouverdesi.com)
- The Use of Social Media in Learning (A Student’s Prospective) (poweronelearning.com)
- Social Media and Education Working Together (dewayneharrell.com)