Connected Education Might Not Mean What You Think By Peter DeWitt

Connected Education Might Not Mean What You Think

This month has been designated "Connected Educator" Month by the U.S Department of Education. Most of us who considered ourselves connected educators write about technology and social networking frequently, or at least during months other than one designated for connected learning.

That kind of speaks to how we all feel about technology. It hasn't replaced anything but it has enhanced it. Whether it's the way we communicate with teachers, students or parents, throughflipping faculty meetings and parent communication, or how we as professionals interact with one another, technology has helped us grow.

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