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If instruction requires that students receive instead of create, consider varying the media and medium used to enable learning. – Darren Draper
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If instruction requires that students receive instead of create, consider varying the media and medium used to enable learning.
– Darren Draper

Each time I think about learning a new tool or new professional learning, I have a new strategy.
– Cheryl Oakes

When it comes to using cell phones for learning, if you’re not on board yet you’ll be left in the dust.
– Lisa Nielsen

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If I asked a teacher a questionand they used Google, or tweetedout the question and found theinformation through a socialnetwork, many people wouldconsider that adult “resourceful.”Yet if a student does the same thing,they are considered a cheater.—George Couros

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If we continue to let fear offailure rule our school systemsthen that’s where we’ll stay. Howare you going to share with yourschool and district the greatthings you learned?—Kyle Pace

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Learning from and collaboratingwith other educators is thefoundation of being a connectededucator.—Darren Cambridge

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Many schools and districts are putting in place policies about gadgets and media rather than people and behavior. – Lisa Nielsen

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“Teachers tend to celebrate success on blogs and social media—as we should—but sometimes a reminder of our challenges and mistakes is just as valuable.”

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The recent brouhaha over the term “alternate facts” makes it seem like everything people have been reading in the media and online has been true up until Trump was elected president. Librarians have always known better.