Lonely, Isolated Educators: Why?
Rae Pica with Rob Mancabelli, Lisa Nielsen, Nicholas Provenzano, Erin Klein
|Feelings of isolation occur with some regularity among educators. Teachers spend much of their day separated from peers in classrooms that can become silos. However, technology is providing new ways for teachers to connect with peers both near and far. Our guests today walk us through the process of getting connected.|
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January 30, 2013 Teachers' Aid
Rob Mancabelli is co-author of Personal Learning Networks: Using the Power of Connections to Transform Education. Lisa Nielsen is author of the book Teaching Generation Text. Nicholas Provenzano is a high school English teacher who is passionate about integrating technology into the classroom. Second-grade teacher Erin Klein has her Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and is the technology co-chairperson for the Michigan Reading Association.
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