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October is Connected Educator Month. Stay tuned throughout the month for advice from your peers about connected teaching and learning. In this blog post, educator Ed Bates shares his top tips for getting connected.

Last year, I was invited to present at a technology conference and had some time to meet some of the other presenters.[…] Continue Reading »

October is Connected Educator Month. Stay tuned throughout the month for advice from your peers about connected teaching and learning

What is the first thing you look at in the morning, and the last thing you see at night? Ding ding (or should I say ring ring?) you guessed it, for most of us, it’s our phone.[…] Continue Reading »

October is Connected Educator Month. Stay tuned throughout the month for advice from your peers about connected teaching and learning. In this blog post, education leader Fred Ende considers what it means to be connected.

Connected Education Month is here, and chances are, if you’re reading this, you likely consider yourself a connected educator. However, not every connection is the same, and what is “Connected” for some might be “connected” for others.[…] Continue Reading »

October is Connected Educator Month. Stay tuned throughout the month for advice from your peers about connected teaching and learning. In this blog post, executive coach and consultant Naphtali Hoff, goes back to basics and challenges educators to deepen their connections with students “so that you can maximize your influence on the life of the young men and women that have been entrusted to you.”

This blog post is the first in a two-part series.[…] Continue Reading »

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 »