Feb 09, 2016

How a Culture of Sharing Improves Education — Dr. Robert Dillon

This post was originally published HERE   The culture of sharing in education has been supported by the connected educator movement for the past ten or so years. Ideas have spread more quickly and beyond more borders than ever before because of blogs, Twitter chats, and various of other resources that allowed for sharing to become a habit for many.   Despite connected learning...

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