Students often ask questions in the classroom to clarify the information they have received. They ask questions by raising their hands to attract the attention of the teacher and other students.
This method may seem like a huge ordeal for shy students who are uncomfortable with the whole class staring at them. Being terribly self conscious and lacking the confidence to speak out in the classroom, the shy ones simply keep quiet.
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This study from Southern Cross University has found that Twitter can indeed give a shot in the arm to education methods and help students look beyond the barrier of low confidence and shyness to remain better informed.