Being intentional in using Web 2.0 tools to support professional learning


In this post, Sharon Roth writes, "With Digital Learning Day upon us, I've been thinking about how we can best tap digital learning to support teacher learning. I don't want to suggest that we should allow technology tools to define our learning experiences, or let the tools take priority over the information we're attempting to make meaning of. However, Web 2.0 tools give us the opportunity to amplify the social nature of learning in what can be a very isolating profession, if we are careful to not simply slap new technology onto old and outdated professional development practices." Read on.

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