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So that's what a Connected

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So that's what a Connected Educator is! Thanks for helping me with my Be-Attitude, Lisa!

I really enjoyed reading this

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I really enjoyed reading this blog and watching the youtube clip on Personal Learning Networks. Although I use technology on a regular basis, I steer clear of social media. However, this is now the way of the world and I have to get connected. Does anyone have any starter pointers for engaging in PLNs?

Top 10 Online Communities for Educators of Game-Based Learning

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For those educators who are interested in using game-based learning might like to join a community and connect with others already are endeavoring in the journey. Especially in the same subject, the exchange of experience will be very valuable for specific targets.
http://classroom-aid.com/2012/08/15/top-10-online-communities-for-educat...

Building Confidence in Students, One Child at a Time

Interactive communication through online tutoring

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Online tutoring is on the rise. The process is beneficial for students as well as teachers.
For students it is one of the easiest ways of garnering good knowledge at the click of the mouse while teachers can share their knowledge and experiences with the world easily. A large number of new as well as experienced teachers and tutors are opting for it as it transforms the classroom environment into a one to one environment giving the maximum benefits to students and satisfaction to the teachers.

President, NJ Association for Middle Level Education

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I love nings like The Educator's PLN, and Technology Integration in Education. Some of my favorites are ones like the English Companion for English teachers. These are great places to get help, support, and ideas! Check out "Some of my Favorite Nings" at http://bit.ly/OHORN2.

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