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The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
The Connected Educator
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The Connected Educator

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eT@lking
August 2012

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  • 1. August 15th 2012 Penny Bentley @penpln The Connected Educator eT@lking
  • 2. What is a Connected Educator?
  • 3. Lot’s of Graphics, Lot’s of Detail
  • 4. Changing World Technology Knowledge Connect Participation Share Collaborate Think Problem Solve New Skills Why Become A Connected Educator?
  • 5. constantly connected smart phones social media online games multimedia virtual environments entertained share collaborate learning online instant access to information Your Students Move With The Times
  • 6. What’s First? Build Your Personal Learning Network Become a Connected Learner
  • 7. use social media engage in online conversations attend workshops join virtual conferences create content curate resources share what you learn participate in global projects start blogging start a movement #vicpln do a course #ce12 Learn How To
  • 8. A Good Place To Start Facebook pages groups mentoring sharing chatting
  • 9. Fabulous Twitter share links ask for help offer help attend conferences using hashtags chats crowdsource
  • 10. Follow and be Followed
  • 11. Join Online Communities of Practice
  • 12. Connect Face to Face In Workshops & Conferences
  • 13. Join and Participate in Online Events
  • 14. What Tools? Don’t Stress google docs reader twitter facebook youtube flickr evernote dropbox wiki blogging platform edmodo voicethread wallwisher
  • 15. Collaborate dropbox google docs evernote facebook
  • 16. Connected Learner/Educator….some examples #mathchat twitter share link retweet comment bookmark in diigo read review in Google Reader share on Facebook, add to conversation download app to iPad drop into my e-course add to dropbox, others to comment attend conference, backchannel tweets blog post to share information and so on...
  • 17. Time To Reflect world has changed no-longer optional make time students are connected start small be patient learn together mentor others share experiences and resources push for change
  • 18. Contribute Global Collaborative Document 19
  • 19. Online Professional Development
  • 20. Penny Bentley @penpln penbentley.com

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