Interactive Teaching and Learning
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Exploration of engaging learning spaces and technologies that support them
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The Power of a Networked Teacher Illustrated

The Power of a Networked Teacher Illustrated | Interactive Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it
A wonderful visual depiction of how educators can tap into their networks to expand and continually improve their teaching practice from a trove of rich resources. Illustrated by Langwitches, the image refers to Alec Couros’s original post exploring question, “What does the network mean to you?”
Anne Whaits's insight:

I have learnt so much from my own PLN that I too adapted Alec Couros's original diagram on the Networked Teacher for the colleagues in my own institution. If you are interested check it out here: https://www.thinglink.com/scene/244989115295072258#tlsite

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Leslie Minton's curator insight, July 17, 2013 11:49 AM

Great visual of how networks are created to support how best to utilize them in education.

Josi Sierra's curator insight, July 18, 2013 5:36 PM

Conectados somos mas ;-)

Lara Strickland's curator insight, August 13, 2013 8:06 AM

Depicts exactly what I am exploring at the moment as part of my #H812 studies and MA in Online and Disctance Education.  Chosen however not to 'network' Facebook as I tend to use it socially rather than professionally.

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Turn Your School Staff Into A Powerful Twitter Team

Turn Your School Staff Into A Powerful Twitter Team | Interactive Teaching and Learning | Scoop.it

"Chances are if you are reading this article, you are familiar with Twitter. In fact, it is quite possible that you even found this article through your extensive and knowledgeable Twitter network. Congratulations, you are part of a community that is not only revolutionizing education, but also revolutionizing news, journalism, emergency services, marketing and nearly everything else. But, as with anything popular, there are the doubters. Those that quote “I don’t care what some guy had for lunch today”. Those that are mis-informed, ignorant, or just plain scared of what the Twitterverse might hold."

 

see Factus Learning Prezi on Twitter: Join the Conversation


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Globally Connected Educator

Steps in becoming globally connected.
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Anne Whaits's curator insight, February 15, 2013 9:13 AM

Lovely presentation and some great ideas from Silvia - thanks for sharing!