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October is Connected Educator Month. SmartBlog on Education will be bringing you content throughout the month to celebrate CEM.
Over the past several years the importance of being a connected educator has been emphasized at educational conferences, written about in books and posted on social media. There is no doubt that this is a much welcomed change to the world of education.[…] Continue Reading »
Today marks the first day of Connected Educator Month. SmartBlog on Education will be bringing you content throughout the month to celebrate CEM. Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach, a member of the CEM leadership team, is helping us kick off the celebration with an overview of the event and a look at free resources for connected educators.
What is Connected Educator Month?[…] Continue Reading »
Winter break is a great time to pause and reflect on how things have been going during the school year. The beginning of the new year also is a fantastic opportunity to set some goals. You may want to consider making changes that will consolidate your strengths and some that will reinforce your weaknesses. The following are some simple resolutions you might want to consider adopting in 2014.[…] Continue Reading »
In honor of Connected Educator Month, SmartBlog on Education showcased blog posts written by educators, for educators. Don’t miss these inspiring contributions from some of the top movers and shakers involved in the connected teaching and learning movement.
From connection to multi-scale collaboration during Connected Educator Month
This week marks the conclusion of the second annual Connected Educator Month, sponsored by the Office of Educational Technology of the U.S.[…] Continue Reading »
This week marks the conclusion of the second annual Connected Educator Month, sponsored by the Office of Educational Technology of the U.S. Department of Education and produced by the American Institutes for Research. Over 300 organizations participated by offering free, online and blended professional learning opportunities for educators, twice the number that did so in 2012.[…] Continue Reading »