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Questions to consider1. What problems have you encountered with Facebook in your classroom?2. How do you think you could use Facebook in your curriculum and lessons?3. What problems do you anticipate encountering upon using Facebook in your classes?4. How can we get parents’ support on this?
RecommendedReading1. Fincher, D. (2010). The Social Network [Motion Picture]. United States of America: Columbia Pictures.2. Nielsen, L. (2011). The Innovative Educator. Using Facebook in education. [Presentation]. Retrieved from: http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com.au/2011/06/using- facebook-in-education.html April 4, 2012.3. Rosen, L.D. & Cheever, N. A. (2010). Rewired: Understanding the IGeneration and the Way They Learn. Palgrave MacMillan: New York.4. Seattle Public Schools.(2009). Middle School Cyberbullying Curriculum. Retrieved from: http://district.seattleschools.org/modules/cms/pages.phtml?pageid =216981 April 4, 2012.