Earlier today, I read a post on the importance of the language we use when we talk about education. It made me think about some of the listening I have done this year when I ask educators why they are not using social media for their professional learning.
At the OPC/CPCO/ADFO Symposium in November, many school leaders at my table told me that they had not really found any value in using Twitter until they heard George Couros talk about it.
In December, I was honoured to be asked to spend a few hours with the Lakehead Public SchoolsInspire Program, leading a session for educators on the use of social media in the classroom. While I loved working with teachers, I still felt I was not really hitting the mark in demonstrating the value of Twitter for professional learning.
Just before Christmas, I was asked to work with another…
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