Bringing Social Studies to Life with Social Media
Social media includes web- and mobile-based technologies to support interactive dialogue and communication between organizations, communities, and individuals. (Wikipedia) The ways in which students communicate and learn are changing because of social media tools. The classroom is no longer limited by four walls. Social media expands possibilities for teaching and learning.
This page contains information about using Social Media tools like Twitter, Facebook, Weebly, and Blogs to bring your Social Studies classroom to life!
Poll Everywhere - Social Media Poll
What is social media?
What is Facebook?
What is Twitter?
Using Twitter in the Classroom:Twhistory
What are blogs?
Using blogs in the classroom:
What is Weebly?
Revolutionizing Industry: Henry Ford's Moving Assembly Line
Marching for Civil Rights
What is YouTube?
Using YouTube in the Classroom:
Example: Ancient Civilizations Video
And Much, Much More...
Our mission is to improve teaching and learning through the use of appropriate technologies,
supporting students in their progress toward college-, career-, and citizenship-readiness.
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