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This work addresses the integration of the Internet and Social Networks to the teaching-learning processes in the school environment, using the computer as an intermediate tool between student and teacher. The use of these technologies is transforming human relationships in all their dimensions: economic, social, and educational. The cognitive development of these students is being mediated by these technological resources, where these new information and communication technologies will expand their potential. The objective of this study was to understand the importance of using the internet and social networks in the teaching-learning process in the school environment as a methodological resource and to what extent it is favorable to the student's intellectual development.
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