Great way to explore the most recent literacy & become more comfortable with asynchronous professional connectedness! Very nicely shared!
I had the chance to speak with education students at the University of British Columbia earlier this week about the power of networks. I wrote earlier this year about my argument that being a networked teachers is one of the three key “must-do’s” for all new teachers. Being a networked teachers is about connecting face-to-face and digitally.
As part of the conversation on networking I spent some time talking about their educational digital footprint. For some very good reasons we have spent time in recent years telling teacher candidates about all the things they should not have as part of their digital footprint. We remind them to lock-down their privacy on Facebook, to remove the photos on Instagram holding a glass of wine, to take down the blog post they wrote about their wild trip to Europe and otherwise try to cleanse their digital presence. And we…
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