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25,000

25,000

Although my Twitter birthday is April 11, 2007, it took me four tries over at least a year’s worth of time before I really understood how to make it work for me. Since then it’s been an invaluable resource for my professional and personal growth, both as a learning channel and as a resource dissemination...

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What are we doing to foster ‘get stuff done with other people networks?’

What are we doing to foster ‘get stuff done with other people networks?’

Kakul Srivastava says: Millennials are more likely than any other previous generations to daily access their outside-of-work networks to get work done. The forces of micro-entrepreneurship are increasing making each of us our own “corporation,” reliant on our outside networks to make things happen. Finally, as our previous work experience becomes increasingly irrelevant to our...

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Peer-to-peer collaboration? Meh.

Tom Whitby said: Technology has provided us with the ability to communicate, curate, collaborate, and (most importantly) create with any number of educators, globally, at any time, and at very little cost. One would think educators would be celebrating in the streets at the good fortune of advancing their own learning while helping their profession...

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Online sharing is not digital leadership

Online sharing is not digital leadership

Using social media to share with your community? It’s a start, but it’s not enough. Using social media to connect with other educators? That’s awesome, but that’s not enough either. Using what you’ve learned from social media to significantly change the day-to-day learning experiences of students (and teachers)? Now you’re getting somewhere… In other words,...