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  Manila's SKYBRIDGE to SHOPPING HEAVEN Description: Join me on an exhilarating journey through the skies of Manila! We'll traverse the De La Rosa Elevated Walkway, a hidden gem offering breathtaking views of the city's vibrant skyline and bustling streets. Feel the energy of Makati as we stroll above the traffic, exploring this unique urban oasis. Discover the seamless connection between convenience and luxury as this skybridge leads us to a shopper's paradise, where world-class dining and retail therapy await. Don't miss this insider's look at Manila's most stylish secret! Keywords: Manila, De La Rosa Elevated Walkway, Makati, Philippines, skywalk, walking tour, aerial view, city views, urban landscape, shopping district Hashtags: #Manila #Philippines #Makati #DeLaRosaWalkway #Skybridge #TravelPhilippines #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines #WalkingTour #CityViews #UrbanLandscape #HiddenGem #TravelGuide #VisitPhilippines #LuxuryShopping #Shopping #videoart #travel

Social Networks & Education

Social Media is such a big business, education cannot ignore it. Echo Chamber You select what you want to read about it You make critical decisions on what you want to experience Your stream of blogs and microblogs The forums you want to be in You select the information based on who you trust How students gain information How adults and youth gain information and use information is different Teens (54%) get news from social media More and more adults get news from social media, however, many feel this is a problem and are concerned by the mix of news that people see each day. Teachers use social media to get new teaching ideas, find resources, stay on top of trends and news and connect with other educators Cybersafety is a major concern facing schools Teachers & schools need a social media strategy Strategies to increase learning engagement Strategies for inclusion Strategies for co-creation Strategies to protect student and teacher identity Social media is an ecosystem It changes