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Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
Using Facebook to Teach Economics
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Using Facebook to Teach Economics

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  • 1. By: Noel R. Buensuceso University of Baguio November 26, 2010
  • 2.  Introduction  Learning Management System (LMS)  Why Facebook?  Effective practices  Assessment  Conclusion and Recommendations
  • 3. 98% of my students are on FB Diverse students from Korea, Japan, East Timor , Myanmar, Vietnam, and the Philippines Average time spent on FB- 3 hours a day
  • 4.  Applications/ Features- posts, links, documents, photos, discussion, events, chat, email, and even Twitter and Slideshare  “We are comfortable using FB” – students  “ It’s cool” - student  It’s Free!!!
  • 5.  Create one group per class  Choose privacy settings  Set(virtual) classroom policies  Assign an administrator ( class rep. or beadle)  Use own names
  • 6. Use photos to promote local tourism
  • 7. “The end of labor is to gain leisure.”-Aristotle
  • 8.  The Jordan Effect $18B to the US GDP (1998 study)
  • 9.  Why (Most) Women Love to Shop More Than Men
  • 10. 140 characters The word "economics" has its origin in the Greek "oikonomikós" (relating to household management), from "oikos" (house).
  • 11.  Students  Better performance  Better communication  Less failure  Less costs  Absence is no excuse  Multiple Intelligence  Great equalizer
  • 12.  Teacher  Learning curve  WWW - Whenever, Wherever, Whatever  3Rs-Reuse, Reduce , Recycle  Better communication  Better evaluation from students
  • 13.  Digital Tool  Engage them NOT Enrage them  A menu for Multiple Intelligence  Share Culture  F2F + e-Learning= Blended Learning  Continue experimenting for H.I., V.I. for D.A., etc.
  • 14. Thank you! noel.buensuceso@gmail.com nbuensuceso@mc.edu.ph

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