Monday, 14 December 2009


In the article “Tweeting from History” by David Warlick, the article explains how advanced a school can be with the tools that are on the internet like twitter. First, he contacted history teachers about using a twitter page for turning in assignments for fast exchange. Next, he thought about how you could use it for students’ questions on assignments so everyone in the class could see. Last, using Twitter could bring a class alive for everyone even if they hate the class since it brings purpose to students when their work opens up to the internet. Clearly, the internet can enhance the learning of the students outside of the classroom.

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