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In today’s world technology is so rapidly changing, almost as quickly as we blink our eyes. A mere fifteen years ago, YouTube, Facebook, Twiter were just in the clouds waiting for someone to discover them. Students today, born in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s are the most connected generation ever (Ives, 2014). Students learn all different ways. Some are visual and some are technical. The transition from traditional learning environments to the digital classroom often begins with teachers setting up classroom webpages, educational social media sites, and/or discussion groups on popular
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