In this guest post, school leaders Vicki Day and Lisa Meade write about the benefits of using social media for school leaders...a population that often avoid it like the plague.
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August 21, 2014
August 15, 2014
Have you ever needed to know something, but didn't know where to start? Have you ever wanted to change what you are doing in the classroom, but were short on inspiration? Being connected opens a world of possibilities to educators that make them and their classrooms infinitely more prepared for our current world.
August 10, 2014
Michael Fullan writes a great deal about using the right drivers to drive change in school systems. Instead of using technology as a driver, Connected Educators have a central mission to make sure learning is at the center of the discussion.
August 03, 2014
In today's guest blog, Google Certified trainer Jared Covili of the Utah Education Network explains how conferences are not our only option for professional learning.
July 17, 2014
Teachers are actively engaged with student learning and their own professional development during the summer.
July 16, 2014
Educators need the partnership approach to professional development. When it comes to flipping your leadership use Twitter and #fliplead to help colleagues see examples of what it looks like.
July 06, 2014
Flipped leadership isn't a silver bullet that will make a school's problems go away, but it is a practical and engaging method to maximize time together with teachers and communicate with parents.
June 22, 2014
I was recently introduced to the tool Voxer by my Connected Educator friends, and it made me think...are connected educators moving too fast for others to catch up?
June 06, 2014
Social networking is for people of all ages. My mom proved that to me this week when she joined Twitter. This is a bit about her connected journey.
May 13, 2014
Independent school students and their families may have absented themselves from public schools, but there is no reason that our practices need to do so. In return for tax-exemptions and public acquiescence to our relatively unregulated existence, why not give back by sharing what we know best: our own experiences related to teaching and learning?