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Facebook & Teachers – Should You Friend Your Students? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Earlier we shared an useful infographic about Facebook, titled “Obsessed With Facebook” and this time we are back with another one, quite interesting one. As a teacher, should you friend your students on Facebook?! This infographic created by Masters in Teaching interesting explains the aspects well here. Some facts I got via this infographic are :

  • 10% of the U.S. Facebook Users are in High School.
  • 21% of the Global Facebook Users are in High School.
  • 3 US Teachers in the past 6 months were fired for having inappropriate dialogue with students.

Facebook and Teachers

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