Collaborative networks can be used to communicate and collaborate. These networks are great resources to build critical thinking skills and inspire creative thinking. Collaborative digital tools can be powerful resources to amplify student voices, teacher voices, and a school voice.
Connected educators use Social Networks to:
1. Get the word out about school events and resources.
2. Share resources and classroom conversations.
3. Engage in Personal Learning Networks to improve teaching and learning.
Learn more about how to get started, manage, and engage in Social Networks to support teaching and learning with this interactive set of tutorials:
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