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Learning from and collaboratingwith other educators is thefoundation of being a connectededucator.—Darren Cambridge
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Learning from and collaborating with other educators is the foundation of being a connected educator.
—Darren Cambridge

The role of the technology department will change as more services are utilized in the “cloud.” I think districts will look to their technology departments to be innovators and champion change throughout the organization.
—Coby Culbertson

If we are to accomplish the goal of educating our educators about digital literacy, we need to stop apologizing out of embarrassment for our shortcomings.
—Tom Whitby

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As a connected educator, I am so quick to tell others to reach out, ask questions, and connect, yet how often do I do it myself ?

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We should be designing ourinstruction and teaching ourstudents to use a wide selection ofdigital tools that best fits withintheir learning style.—Rob Miller

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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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A whole lot of attention has been placed on the vast array of tablet devices that are on the market right now and, yes, I am going to give you my “two cents.”

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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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A hustly-bustly learning space is abeautiful thing, but when I put myselfin the shoes of that student, I could tellit might become distracting at times.—Matt Ives