NO It's a learning opportunity, not a student liability BY JOSEPH ZECCOLA TWO RECENT STUDIES on the impact of social networking sites on students' grades have sparked debate about whether it's productive for students to spend time on these sites. Jim Cummins, one of the great authorities on teaching English language learners, states that when teaching ELLs, "the learning process must be observed through the twin lens of cognitive engagement and identity investment."
Does social networking hurt student grades? Kate Conrath; Joseph Zeccola American Teacher; Oct/Nov 2009; 94, 2; Docstoc pg. 3 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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