Connecting Doesn’t Always Require An App

A powerful post by Jon Harper, worth sharing with you!

Jon Harper

As many of you are well aware, October is Connected Educators Month. I believe we owe it to our colleagues who are not yet connected, to show them just how powerful being connected can really be. We must go to them.

“You can’t always sit in your corner of the forest

and wait for people to come to you…

you have to go to them sometimes.”

A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh

But like anything new, becoming connected can be intimidating. Heck, I’ve been blogging and active on Twitter for over a year now and it still seems to me like ever other tweet I read is about something that I am completely and utterly clueless about.

So what?

We must break down these walls and show our colleagues that becoming connected doesn’t mean that they have to download apps or know how to write code.

Becoming connected simply…

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