Today’s world is focused on connections. Connections we have. Connections we are making and those we are working on making. Just look to Social Media to see the importance our culture places on connections. Education is also about making connections. Within our classrooms we connect with students. We connect with their strengths. We connect with their potential.
How can educators connect? Several months ago, I started this blog to share with others thoughts about education. I am excited to say that I have now started a new connection, Blogging Buddies! Through this ISTE Ed Tech Coaches Network, I will now get some constructive comments for my EdTech EASE blog.
Connections only work when there is discourse between people. Having only begun this EdTech EASe blog recently, I am in need of discussion. Are my topics relevant? Do they make other educators evaluate their practice or does it reinforce their pedagogy? I am hoping Blogging Buddies will create that link with other educators.
Check back here to read about updates with my connection to Blogging Buddies.
Learning is all about connections. Even adult learning, so to my Blogging Buddies…I am excited to connect with you and learn with you!
Originally posted on Thursday, 14 September 2017