Report: Social Media Use In Classrooms NOT Effective Yet

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Natasha Murashev is the author of Psychblog.com, a digital magazine focused on applied psychology.
As schools are increasingly integrating social media into the classroom, the debate over its’ use and effectiveness for learning rages. In an interview with TechNewsDaily, the principle of the Social Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, Chris Lehmam, stresses the importance of using social media in schools by pointing out the disconnect between how kids learn in school and what they do when they go home to the real world.

It is clear that social media in the classroom is the future.

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