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London Article - Art, Culture or History in London

Over a period of time, it has developed into a mecca for tourists with a preference for the arts and history. With over 150 theatres in London and 300 art galleries, London's cultural scene is truly alive and kicking. You could spend a lifetime exploring history and culture in London. London's art galleries are among fashion. Kids will love some of the interactive sections in the Science Museum, whilst the Natural History Museum, with its earthquake simulator, collection of dinosaur bones and interactive displays, is sure to keep you entertained. If it's London museums you want, you will have a hard time deciding where to begin, for they come aplenty here! The tradition of London theatres goes back almost 400 years to the globe of Shakespeare. < Back to Hyde Park Articles. A FAMILY WEEKEND TRIP TO LONDON. Paris fête le 14 juillet. Bûche-de-Noël-©-French-Moments-40. Marche-de-noel-mulhouse. 5 Fun Ways to Use Facebook in Your Lesson Plans and Teaching.

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5 Fun Ways to Use Facebook in Your Lesson Plans and Teaching

Facebook has become such a ubiquitous part of our lives that it has evolved to be much more than a way to find out what happened to that guy you had Bio with back in high school or to share pictures of your baby. Many people use Facebook to communicate and network with both friends and professional colleagues, and to learn about products, services, organizations and events. Facebook is also a handy tool for teachers. Since so many students in High School and college are now Facebook natives, it makes sense to use the social network to connect with students and offer them a new way to learn and access learning content.

If you are a teacher with a personal Facebook account, it is advised that you create a professional Facebook account (you’ll need a separate email address in order to do this), to keep your teaching related uses of tool entirely separate from your personal account. About Kelly Walsh Print This Post. Comment utiliser Facebook en classe ? Le réseau social le plus utilisé par les élèves est peu exploité par le personnel enseignant. Comment utiliser cet outil de manière innovante et sécurisée en classe ? Franco Bouly/Flickr Utiliser Facebook en cours ? La plupart des enseignants n’y songent même pas. Ils pensent ne pas avoir une maîtrise de l’outil suffisante de l’outil ou craignent de « perdre le contrôle ». Ce guide vous propose des ressources et des pistes pour exploiter de manière sécurisée le potentiel éducatif du réseau social le plus utilisé par les étudiants.

Protéger la confidentialité des données personnelles Beaucoup d’enseignants hésitent à utiliser Facebook en classe car ils ne souhaitent pas que les élèves aient accès à leurs informations personnelles.