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Blogging, social media, and PLN’s made easy! The Corwin Connected Educators series is your key to unlocking the greatest resource available to all educators: other educators. Educators today must prepare students for a world that doesn’t exist yet. Creating connections enables educators to adapt in order to stay relevant. This book is every educator’s guide to becoming connected through social media, blogging, personal learning networks, and even new policy. Thought leaders in Connected Education help you use real-world tips and tools to: • Master and adapt to 21st Century teaching methodologies • Build ongoing technology literacy skills • Begin your connected journey Being a Connected Educator is more than a set of actions: it’s a belief in the potential of technology to fuel lifelong learning. To explore the other books in this series, visit the Corwin Connected Educators website at http://www.corwin.com/connectededucators/. “The successful educator is a connected educator. Quite simply, this book is a manual to stay relevant and energized in a rapidly changing profession. I highly recommend this as the definitive guidebook on building connections for the modern educator.” Vicki Davis, Author “Reinventing Writing” Tom Whitby has brought together a who’s who list any educator would want to be connected with and learn from! His latest book shares great ideas on how teachers can use online strategies as one way to look and learn beyond our all-too-often isolated classrooms. Larry Ferlazzo, Award-Winning Teacher, Blogger, and Author Helping Students Motivate Themselves

Blogging
Blogging
George Couros

I write to understand as much as to be understood.

—Elie Wiesel

Blogging has been something that has been utilized in classrooms across the world, but only sparingly. Often, creating and maintaining a blog has been something that has been done in individual classes, as opposed to something that is common practice, no matter the teacher, throughout the school. It is a great way for learners not only to showcase their learning, but to openly reflect to an authentic audience. Although it can be daunting for schools and is not something every student is comfortable with, there are so many benefits to blogging that educators and schools need to pay more attention to it and look for meaningful ways to ...

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