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Networking & Collaboration
All but two of the following courses for teachers are 5 hours or less, and can supplement your reading and school-based PD usefully.
In this episode I talk to Jennifer Gonzales, from Cult of Pedagogy, about pedagogy and how and why it’s useful to connect with teachers.
Collaboration is not pointless. Simplification of the steps & appropriate curriculum re-arrangement can only be done though collaboration.
Blogging represents opportunities to start conversations, share professional stories, take a stand, or carve out a professional niche.
What Are The Basics Of Reflective Teaching? by Beth Leidolf As the school year kicks off, many classes, teachers and
How To Create A Twitter Chat In Your School by Nellie Mitchell A twitter chat is an amazing resource for
The nature of Personal Learning Networks is evolving as the range of tools available to support them increases.
Teacher collaboration is among the cornerstones of school improvement. When teachers connect–for the right reasons–good things happen.
Becoming a connected educator means plugging in, making it official, “unconferencing,” and connecting your class/school immediately.
Connected PD Is Now An Imperative by Mike Fisher, The Digigogy Collaborative I used to sit in workshops that were peripherally,