BLOG BITS, June 2012

Twitter wasn’t invented with Arab Spring in mind, but it is clear that social networking tools have helped in planning and organizing radical change.
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Twitter wasn’t invented with Arab Spring in mind, but it is clear that social networking tools have helped in planning and organizing radical change.

Twitter wasn’t invented with Arab Spring in mind, but it is clear that social networking tools have helped in planning and organizing radical change.
– Bob Sprankle

It isn’t enough to teach in one content area or even multiple subjects; educators need to commit to career-long professionalism.
— Jenith Mishne

Not only must educators not be afraid to exist in the worlds of their students, they also must empower their students to know how to use the very tools they’ll need if they want to run for office, run a business, or change how things are run in their schools.
– Lisa Nielsen

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