9 Responses to “What Schools are Really Blocking When They Block Social Media”

  1. Yet another issue is that video games are usually serious in nature with the major focus on studying rather than fun. Although, we have an entertainment part to keep children engaged, each and every game is usually designed to work with a specific expertise or curriculum, such as instructional math or scientific discipline. Thanks for your article.

  2. Nishadha says:

    Some very interesting points mentioned here. As you have mentioned in the article blocking doesn’t work because most students get around that using proxies. As a diagramming tool provider we are constantly monitoring social media channels for related content. It is amazing how many students get their problems solved via Twitter, Facebook and other similar channels. Definitely something to embrace.

  3. iPad Games says:

    I’m doing a project at school, comparing phones,. Im doing Iphone 4, blackberry, and htc… and advice as what to look at? also, which is the best for gaming and music and why? thanks alot :). iphone 4, blackberry torch, HTC wildfire. thanx everyone.

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