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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Twiducate: Social Network for Schools

Most parents still have a lot of reservations (rightfully) about social networking.

Perhaps Twiducate is the right tool and venue for making it happen for your classroom. Has anyone out there tried it yet?


Mr. Aspinall said...

Twiducate allows teachers and students to post commnets on posst making it more of a collabroative environment.

If I want to post a question to my students, I have them comment their answers back.

Students also follow the writing process by posting a rough draft, commenting some revisions with feedback from others and finally posting a published copy.

I see the value in the service. It is only limited by the users of it.

Keith Schoch said...

Thanks for weighing in on this application! I'm definitely planning on having a go myself after the New Year.

Jill Jacques said...

I love this idea! But, unfortunately, many school districts have these kinds of sites blocked. I would love to try it, but I work in a low income school, and most of my students don't have interent or even computers. But I am definitely going to look at it and give it a try! (hope my school doesn't block it). Will post back my results.

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