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This paper concerns the effectiveness of the use of social networks in attitudinal training courses such as “Leadership”. It is aimed at: 1)comparing the participation of students in study discussions when using or not social networks, and correlating students’ performance with the use of social networking in teaching; 2) analysing the impact of using social networks in teambuilding within a group. It draws on data collected during two years teaching the course “Leadership”.
Findings indicate that students who used social media tools participated 11 times more in discussion and obtained better learning outcomes than those who did not.
CitationDelgado, O. Correlating students performance with social networks use in teaching. "Procedia - Social and behavioral sciences", 21 Octubre 2013, vol. 93, p. 1668-1672.
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