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Social Media's Education Value

Ken&Cam Scholastic will give a year's subscription to Instructor Magazine, FREE, to educators and administrators, who stop by Scholastic Administrator booth #1428 between 12 and 1pm on Monday, June 29th, to talk with me about social media at ISTE10 in Denver.

The Big Red Dog's Scholastic Administrator, will be hunting more than clay and crayons at ISTE 2010. I'll be there in search of answers from teachers and administrators about the use of social media in education. This includes questions about Twitter, Facebook, as well as PLNs (Personal Learning Networks). Help teach the old dog new tricks by showing up at the Scholastic Administrator booth 1428 at ISTE10, from 12-1pm on Monday, June 29th.

I'll be asking the questions, and video recording your short interview answers. Help me find out... What do you think of social media in education? Do you prefer Twitter, or Facebook? And also share your take on PLNs.

Follow me @kenroyal on Twitter to find out more, and get involved in additional education and technology conversations from classrooms to the clouds.

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