Earlier this school year, Andrew Kozlowksy noticed one of his students out in the hallway, dancing. What was she up to?
Making a TikTok, the student told him.
After serving as an impromptu background dancer in her video, Kozlowsky, a teacher at Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, Md., did some research on the platform. Now, he’s started using it in his social studies class. He gave his students the option of making TikTok videos to demonstrate their understanding of the Missouri compromise of 1820, a key event in the lead-up to the American Civil War.
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