Online: Often personal, never private


Social media is arguably the single most disruptive innovation in the history of industrialized civilization. It’s redefining how we engage with each other, how we do business, how we get our news, how we spend our free time and how we revolt against repressive regimes. It’s no wonder that people are terrified of it. And to that end, it’s not surprising that many educators find themselves in schools where social media is blocked — and/or with draconian social media policies in place.

Betty Ray Director of Programming and Innovation @Edutopia

Allow me to share some of the knowledge I have gathered over the last ten years working online from within the education arena.  I can share some basic do’s and don’ts for an educators online presence, as well as provide you with some tools for navigating the ever changing world of online classrooms, blogs and student sites.


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July 30, 2017

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