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Joining Facebook is free and easy at https://facebook.com

Embarking on Facebook, educators are confronted with the pivotal decision next to their profile/personal page: Do I need also a business page or group? The answer is yes.

A Facebook page, akin to a professional portfolio, offers a structured platform for teachers. It’s an ideal space to showcase expertise, share updates, and provide resources in an organized manner. The advantages lie in its tailored branding, analytics, and the ability to run targeted promotions—perfect for establishing a formal online presence.

Conversely, a Facebook group unfolds as a dynamic community hub. It thrives on collaboration, encouraging discussions, shared insights, and a collective exchange of ideas. The group’s interactive nature fosters a sense of belonging, making it an excellent choice for educators aiming to build a close-knit community where members actively engage with one another. It’s also massively used by student groups who are working together on a study project.

Also good to consider in your teaching model: Facebook Groups and Pages differ significantly in their privacy settings. While Pages are designed for public visibility, allowing anyone to view content, Groups offer more privacy options. Groups can be set as public, private, or secret. Public groups are visible to everyone, private groups require approval for membership, and secret groups are invite-only and entirely hidden from searches.

In contrast, Facebook Pages are inherently public-facing entities, making their content accessible to a broad audience. While Pages allow customization of audience restrictions by country and age, the fundamental nature of a Page is to engage with the public. Therefore, if privacy control and a more exclusive environment are priorities, a Facebook Group with its diverse privacy settings would be the preferable choice.

To start a group or page, click on pages or groups in the left top of the Facebook homepage, and click on “create”. Follow the easy to follow set-up steps, and you are live. Facebook itself has lot of support and help pages, but you also use YouTube  with plenty information and tips.


As a teacher, utilizing the video option on platforms like Facebook can greatly enhance your teaching experience. Here’s how to effectively use video:

  • Educational Content Creation: Create educational videos to supplement your lessons. You can record yourself explaining concepts, conducting experiments, or demonstrating problem-solving techniques.
  • Engagement and Interaction: Use live video streaming to engage with your students in real-time. Host virtual Q&A sessions, interactive discussions, or live demonstrations to keep students engaged and facilitate two-way communication.
  • Flipped Classroom Approach: Implement a flipped classroom model by creating video lectures for students to watch before class. This allows for more interactive and engaging in-class activities focused on applying knowledge rather than passive learning.
  • Student Projects and Presentations: Encourage students to create their own educational videos as part of projects or presentations. This can enhance their digital literacy skills while promoting creativity and self-expression.
  • Feedback and Assessment: Provide personalized feedback to students by recording video responses to their assignments or questions. This adds a personal touch and can help clarify concepts more effectively than written feedback.
  • Collaboration with Colleagues: Collaborate with other teachers by sharing video resources, lesson ideas, or best practices through Facebook groups or pages dedicated to educators.
  • Professional Development: Use video platforms to access professional development resources such as webinars, online courses, or educational videos created by other educators.
  • Parent Communication: Share video updates with parents about classroom activities, student progress, or important announcements. This helps build a stronger connection between school and home.

Remember to consider privacy and safety concerns when using video in educational settings, especially when involving students. Ensure compliance with school or district policies and obtain necessary permissions before recording or sharing videos featuring students.


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