Tag Archives: social media in the classroom

Role-Play in the Classroom with Delicious.com

© 2012 Andi Stix, Ed.D. Delicious.com is an online social bookmarking platform that stores and categorizes photos, videos, and articles that teachers can use to motivate and engage students. It is part of social media because teachers can see each other’s … Continue reading

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Schools Beware: Facebook Owns Your Words

© 2012 Andi Stix, Ed.D.  With on-line communication transforming the world, many education departments across the country have banned social media in schools for protective measures. Now, districts are readdressing these bans and seeking more effective guidelines. As an educator … Continue reading

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Helping Students Define Primary Source Documents

by Andi Stix, Ed.D. © 2001 The Interactive Classroom The primary source document has recently received more and more attention in national and state standards for all education levels.  And for the gifted student, the primary source document can stimulate and … Continue reading

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How to Address a Political Cartoon for Clearer Interpretation

© 2000 Andi Stix  Letter to the Editor, Published November 2000 in Social Education    Political Cartoons I applaud Ray Heitzmann’s article [September 2000], which discusses the use of political cartoons in the classroom. I am always in search of … Continue reading

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