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Emoji Use in The Classroom - The Research and the Reality!

Posted  | 13 min, 38 sec

Summary

With distance learning a key part of 2020 for many of us, we are looking for ways to connect with our students through technology. New RMIT research has shown that emojis help students to accept feedback!

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In this episode, Jill and Bron discuss which emojis are SFS (Safe for School), how to provide feedback kids connect with, and their own emoji experiences!

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