By Katy Culver on Poynter, April 20 –
My students were recently on spring break, but that didn’t slow them in their march to improve my teaching through social media.
At one point, a student in my intro course tweeted:
He highlighted an ethics case I’d completely missed — NBC’s investigation of some clearly problematic editing of audio from the Trayvon Martin shooting.
At first I said, “Geez, how did I miss that?”
Then I thought, “Thank God for social media.”