• Summary
  • Contents
  • Subject index

Teachers will learn: How the expectations for how students entering college and the workforce communicate have changed in recent years Strategies for integrating instruction of communication skills such as presentation, email, social media, and e-portfolios Interviews from industry experts Exemplars from other educators' classrooms Tools for building 21st Century skills

Chapter 6: Social Media: Communicating with peers and a global audience online through social media with the ability to be both a critical consumer of content as well as a thoughtful creator and crafter of their digital doppelgänger

Social Media: Communicating with peers and a global audience online through social media with the ability to be both a critical consumer of content as well as a thoughtful creator and crafter of their digital doppelgänger
Chapter 6 social media: Communicating with peers and a global audience online through social media with the ability to be both a critical consumer of content as well as a thoughtful creator and crafter of their digital doppelgänger

“It’s okay to live without 100% popularity.”

—Danny Gregory (Author and Cofounder of Sketchbook Skool)

The subtitle for this book promises “future-ready skills for secondary students.” The five previous chapters address aspects of communication (e.g., email, collaboration, presentations, visual literacy, and student projects and publishing) that, while they have evolved, have been in ...

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