10 Must Have Academic Twitter hashtags for Teachers and Student Researchers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on Educational Use of Social Media curated by Maria Margarida Correia (10 Must Have Academic Twitter hashtags for Teachers and...
Any time I enter a class or my teaching "temple", I have a notion that I intend my student to end the class with a certain topic being visited. Most of the time it does happen, however the path we take to get there is the most fascinating way ever, for it may be that he and I will digress into several different universes before we are able to reach our goal. The extraordinary thing I still seek better knowledge to be able to explain is that there so much learning and sharing along the way I get mesmerized when it dawns on me how much further we have visited together.
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