How Twitter Saved my Literature Class, 1

Posted by Celia Walter | 15 Mar, 2012

Welcome to the first installment of “How Twitter Saved my Literature Class: A Case Study with Discussion.” For more on teaching with twitter, please visit the Wheel’s social media section.[by aojones on January 25, 2012]

More than anything else, what distinguishes a great class from an adequate class is the attitude of the participants...When an instructor’s course objectives are clear, when a professor brings enthusiasm to lectures and to class discussions, and when he or she sets high expectations for all of the class’s participants, then learning can take place. But primarily it is the participants’ reaction to these necessary elements of a class that can make that class truly successful... [More]

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