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Connected Educators

Page history last edited by Steven W. Anderson 10 years ago

Connected Educators

 

 

Teaching is not an "island business," meaning we can not coming into our classrooms early in the morning, shut the door, do our own thing and keep learning contained within those walls. Teachers have to be connected to the other educators in their building and, what I believe, more importantly, to other educators around the globe. 

 

We teach our students that there are opportunities for learning everyday. We want our students to learn from each other. Why should we not expect the same from ourselves?

 

The creation of a Personal Learning Network can help you break down the walls of your own learning and provide for you professional development any hour of the day. But why create one? Where do you start? 


Connected Educators Presentation


Why A PLN

 

 


 

The 21st Century Educator


Two Popular Starting Points For Building A Personal Learning Network

 

The Educators PLN Ning

 

Twitter

 


Resources

 

Articles From Professional Journals

 

Wikis 

 

Blog Posts


Why Twitter

 

 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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