UN SDG #4 Quality Education UN SDG #4

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Bringing social networking to education

Because social media is such a prominent influence in the modern world, we need to start bringing social networking to education: providing schools with a collaboration platform, content creation and knowledge banks for classrooms, etc., in order to make learning collaborative and fun for students, teachers, parents and management.

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Bringing social networking to education

Because social media is such a prominent influence in the modern world, we need to start bringing social networking to education: providing schools with a collaboration platform, content creation and knowledge banks for classrooms, etc., in order to make learning collaborative and fun for students, teachers, parents and management.
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When it comes to social media, schools tend to adopt different positions. It’s a general consensus that they’re useful when it comes to sharing information or organizing the school tasks. And at the same time, the social networking is blamed for the lack of attention in students during classes. But an increasing trend of adopting social media in school is starting to show. And since students already devote a lot of time for social media and connecting with others outside school hours, why not do it during school as well?

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