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Posted by WorldTimeNews on 8th November 2018
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This study should only encourage social studies teacher educators to continue to introduce and utilize social media services appropriate to their situations. Previous studies have indicated that social studies preservice teachers and professors have rated class uses of social media positively overall (Krutka, 2014; Reich et al., 2011). Of course, simply using social media services like Twitter will not succeed unless acti…

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