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As social media continues to become part of our lives, today’s connected learner has more information at their fingertips than ever before. In this session, discover opportunities to improve student success through the implementation of creative, collaborative tasks through social media. Go beyond 140 characters of engagement, and encourage students to construct their own learning by using popular Web 2.0 tools to bridge the gap between pedagogy and technology. Goals – At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
Establish criteria for implementing social and digital media in their classes,
identify when students may need to unplug, and
implement social media tools such as Twitter and Padlet into a lesson plan
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