Best educational use of a social network 2011

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10 thoughts on “Best educational use of a social network 2011

  1. Jonathan Lovell

    I’m voting once again for the English Companion Ning as the best use of a social network for educational purposes. If you agree, visit The Edublog Awards Blog and cast your vote as well. Happy holidays!

  2. Peggy Sheehy

    The power of Cognitive Dissonance is within the World of Warcraft MMORPG and not on the pages of this blog. Our social network is the “game”. 350 members strong and growing,we are a gaming guild functioning as learning community as an extension of a professional learning network. Cognitive Dissonance has become the social network for over 350 teachers, researchers, game designers, administrators spanning K-12 through all aspects of higher ed. These educators are scattered across the globe! Searching for an avenue to explore MMORPGs, gaming, and connections to education, World of Warcraft became the environment to support teacher learning, drawing together a range of educators in an affinity structure. – http://cognitivedissonance.guildportal.com/Guild.aspx?GuildID=228854&TabID=2657561

  3. Kathie Maniaci

    This blog is fantastic! I use it in my teaching grads & undergrads, and encourage them to join as well. So much great stuff I feel like I have barely scratched the surface! Thanks and Kudos to Ryan Goble!

  4. Elizabeth Simpson

    I don’t know how to vote – two I love are nominated. Both Making Curriculum Pop and English Companion Ning are awesome. Eenie, meenie, miney, mo….

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  7. Mary Eva

    Love English Companion Ning; resources are a click away; so great to connect with other educators and share best teaching practices. Thanks

  8. Adama Arukey ILBOUDO

    EFL CLASSROOM, AN INSTRUCTIVE WEBSITE

    Since I discovered these tutorial classes in English I admit I have developed in a record time, my English language skills as a learner of the language. And I do not regret having known it through a friend. Thanks first to him and to the creators and administrators of this web class. EFL Classroom can be a good springboard to other and better opportunities and prospects.

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