Richard Byrne of Free Technology for Teachers introduces us to the latest way to create fake Facebook-like profiles for historical figures.
Fakebook now allows users to animate events on a Fakebook profile, so users can experience the progression of events in a figure’s life, etc.
The post also includes links to other ways to incorporate false Facebook-like profiles into instruction.
At this point in the year we’re all looking for a way to hook kids’ interests – this would be a great tool to tuck away for next year.
Learn how to use Fakebook in 90 seconds.
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