I would point out to what extent the rise of social networking has led or assisted in our Mexico to encourage the education of our students, it is interesting to know other teachers in educational experiences that have already started, for that social networks have opened the exchange of didactic classroom activities and school. Considering the current situation of Mexico in the first decade of the twenty-first century information technology and communication have an important role in basic education in primary and secondary levels, these elements have become relevant and necessary for progress in education. These are particular tools that help students and people engaged in education to develop competencies and skills. Social networks have enormous potential that can be deployed to the extent that access to intimate knowledge of their structure and function. (A valuable related resource: LEGO Papert Professor). It gives you the resources needed to learn in a practical and educational use the same tools used by school pupils primary and secondary. We offer the opportunity to learn to use technological resources to support your learners to communicate in various ways and learn visually and hearing. In 2009 I saw as a coordinator of the courses used to promote exchanges between students, ideas, concepts, reviews, images, audio and video, as well as interact directly with only give your page, views arguing in forums creating groups for dosing information for the contents of the course, with very good results.
I think in Mexico are doing different things with the management of technology worth it, move it to our classrooms and students is committed to us, on a par with that education authorities turn toward this type of tool and stop brood the issue of equipping classrooms in primary and secondary schools, join or login to share experiences with your fellow teachers, a social network encourages the exchange of planning with creative activities. Until this moment, educational social networks has given a lot to the professional level, which seems a long way since the exchange through networks encourages the constant improvement of teaching in terms of information technology and communication is concerned. We must also note that many of the teachers hardly use email to exchange information with students, think of a social network for the exchange, the teacher will also need to undertake to promote alternative ways of experience education. Actually, my experience in social networks is very satisfying when done as a novelty, but if there is commitment and full attention is a resounding failure and that failure to answer a question from a member becomes the complete abandonment of the exchange activities. It is vital that teachers are the main drivers of these tools as educational support, otherwise what would be the educational momentum? We are in times where learning is free, we all share opinions, interests, problems, solutions, and I think we all have something to tell about our teaching experiences, if all the teachers knew for a fact that with the use of social networks and their wealth would be more appropriate dissemination of learning, teaching and content, but few people engaged in education that offer educational content through social networks. We are living with these technologies advances in education and therefore especially in Mexico and Latin America. Indeed social networks as sources of information are available to all, but despite being held a bicentennial of our independence, and progress in education, we have not achieved a culture on their use and educational benefit.