Should educators stay connected during the summer?

07/7/2014 | Powerful Learning Practice

Principal Matt Renwick reflects in this blog post on a dilemma that all connected educators face -- whether to stay connected to their learning networks during the summer or take a break. He writes about balance and concludes that being a "modern learner" means that learning does not stop in June but is continuous, though it does not require an Internet connection.

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