How Can Social Media Help Students Improve Their Academic Performance?

April 29, 2019

Social media can have a positive influence on education, helping students improve their academic performance. From helping students complete their assignments, get to grips with intricate educational concepts, prepare for quizzes and exams, to improving their practical skills and finding the right career opportunities, social media is playing a vital role in helping students stay on top of their studies

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IMD Business School

IMD is an independent business school, with Swiss roots and global reach, expert in developing leaders and transforming organizations to create ongoing impact. As a leader, you may know how to be effective in theory, but it is all too easy in a pressurized environment to slip into habitual, less helpful behaviors that quickly drain your energy. It is different knowing what you need to do and actually doing it. This is the knowing-doing gap.

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