Keeping up with social media is an entire industry in and of itself (see Mashable). The following social media cheat sheet created by Flowtown and Column Five media for social media sites was created for small businesses, but can be useful for teachers just discovering the joys–and pains– of twitter , facebook , YouTube , Google+, tumblr, and digg, among others. ( Pinterest, for example. ) You are now free to connect with learners, find great content, and grow your professional learning community. Infographic source Flowtown and Column Five Media; Social Media Cheat Sheet For Teachers (And Other Bipeds)
YouTube has been one of our topical themes here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning during this year. We have done a lot of reviewing of third party tools that work on YouTube and enhance the users video watching experience. We have also unearthed several other educational ways to use this video platform with your students as well as for professional development. Any time you want to check and stay updated about the upcoming releases and tips on the use of YouTube in education, make sure you bookmark YouTube for Teachers section . Today we are providing you with the best posts we have published about YouTube .
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