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Using facebook in the classroom

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Diana Cristina Oróstegui González

    Technology and
      Education

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Calendars and events are easy to share. Through this
tool, we can remind students of important dates.

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Students are connected. Students are checking
Facebook multiple times per day.

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Using facebook in the classroom

  1. 1. Diana Cristina Oróstegui González Technology and Education
  2. 2. Calendars and events are easy to share. Through this tool, we can remind students of important dates.
  3. 3. Students are connected. Students are checking Facebook multiple times per day.
  4. 4. Almost every student is familiarized with Facebook, and most of them are excited to be able to use the site for collaborative learning.
  5. 5. Online resources. Posting links on your classroom wall makes it easier for students to read them.
  6. 6. Students who can’t attend to the class can stay updated using the Classroom Facebook group. Facebook help students practice the skills they need to be successful in the 21st century.
  7. 7. Facebook encourages collaboration. Students can speak up and work together on Facebook, even those who are shy in the classroom.
  8. 8. Class resources are available anywhere. Students can read notes and assignments anywhere they can find Internet connection.
  9. 9. Debates can be encountered online. Extend classroom discussions onto Facebook, where students can spend more time in active learning and debate.
  10. 10. Students can create, posting discussions, resources, and more. They can learn the importance of creating content.
  11. 11. Teachers can use Facebook to associate better students’ names, faces, interests, background and personalities.
  12. 12. Ask questions of our class on Facebook and get easy answers using polling tools on this website.
  13. 13. We can find tons of applications for classroom learning, including mathematical formulas, slideshow apps, notes, and more..
  14. 14. The use of Facebook limits face-to-face communication. Too much technological input can have a negative effect on social skills that children need to learn.
  15. 15. The risk of cyber bullying.
  16. 16. Some students' parents may not want their children going on this site.
  17. 17. Inappropriate content sharing or exposure. It is important for children in school to be protected; but it is also necessary for teachers to monitor what they are sharing between themselves.
  18. 18. Facebook is spoiling the value of relationship as it is built and maintained through a website. Youngsters may confuse real friends with acquaintances.
  19. 19. It can easily become an addiction.
  20. 20. Facebook can be distracting in the classroom. It could be ultimately disruptive to the learning process.
  21. 21. Are you in favor of or against the use of Facebook in the classroom?

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