In 1989 Robert Fulghum wrote a book called “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.” In his list of things he learned, Share Everything is at the top of the list. We’ve been talking about being reflective practitioners for years and while many do this, most do it in relative isolation or at best with locally developed groups. There is a better and more powerful way to share and learn. Using technologies such as blogs, rss, twitter, del.icio.us, skype and more, you can be part of a learning community that is exponentially greater than any you can muster inside the walls of your institution. This session will explore one man’s journey into creating a network where sharing and reflection with people from around the world on a daily basis is the norm. This session will introduce you to these tools and more importantly help you understand the value and power of sharing everything.