Douban, Gigi
May 2007
Teacher Magazine;May/Jun2007, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p14
The article offers advice for teachers regarding material posted to blogs and social networking Web sites. Seek out professional development on how to use these sites as instructional tools. Do not do anything online that could hurt one's professional reputation. Tempting as it is to forge a connection with students, it is safer to decline requests, such as asking to be added as friends, especially if their sites include material not allowed in class.


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