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Here are a few quick and useful tips on how to turn your professional or personal learning network (PLN) into an Active Learning Network (ALN).
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In this world of increased online education, it's important for students and instructors to really know how to connect with online students.
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I know the old saying can be true, teachers make the worst students. But it's time to take ownership of your PLN and here's why.
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The big news is about online professional development. But it's nothing new. In fact, the newest model is already outdated.
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If you follow education happenings on Twitter, you know that teachers and administrators in Canada play an integral role in shaping the future of education for the entire world. Lucky for them, there's a new online community now available to educators in Canada.
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How should you start your personal learning network? What are other teachers doing to learn from one another? Why isn't there a simple and easy-to-implement guide to building your very own PLN? Now there is ... and it's written by a teacher who knows what you need to do.
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I still believe it boils down to GREAT teachers that instill the 3 R's - RELEVANCE, RIGOR, and RELATIONSHIPS in everyday practice. What does this mean?
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If you're an education blogger using Wordpress, Dell has a pretty sweet new tool for you. It's a widget that displays a curated list of your favorite education blogs and websites. <shameless plug> We at Edudemic...
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In a series of emails, Edudemic talked with Kallick about learning, specifically teacher development, and the appropriate role of social media in the teacher development process. What follows is part two of our two-part interview (click here for the first part of the interview).
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The 2011 Global Education Conference will be held November 14 - 18, online and free. Sessions will take place in multiple time zones and multiple languages over the five days. The 2010 Global Education Conference had 15,028 unique logins and presentations from 62 countries.
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Teachers around the globe offer advice, support, ideas, and so much more to almost anyone...for free. Why is that? What's driving this benevolent behavior? Thanks to this handy flow-chart by Jessica Hische, you can no...