The challenge to professionals of using social media: teachers in England negotiating personal-professional identities

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Fox, Alison; Bird, Terese;
(2017)

Social media are a group of technologies such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn which offer people chances to interact with one another in new ways. Teachers, like other members of society, do not all use social media. Some avoid, some experiment with and others embrace... View more
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