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Issue ELU.65

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Making Science Social: How one teacher is using social media to get students excited about science...

Kane Chapman, science teacher at Peacehaven Community School in East Sussex, has found social media channels are boosting students’ interest and understanding of his subject. He began by using Twitter to showcase exemplary pieces of his students’ work and is now pioneering Snapchat, the mobile image and messaging app, as a revision tool. e-Learning Update issue 65

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10/01/2018
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How Virtual Classrooms Help Reach Reluctant Students

Many children are unmotivated to engage with their learning and often this leads to more serious repercussions if they are left without support. One way to encourage deeper learning is to introduce self-reflective assessment and peer reviews. Sam Warnes, a former teacher and founder of EDLounge, explains how online learning and virtual classrooms can re-energise even the most reluctant learners... e-Learning Update issue 65

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10/01/2018
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