Teachers collaborate through professional learning networks

Teachers are joining professional learning networks so they can share lesson plans, best practices and other information online. The networks allow interaction with teachers on sites such as Classroom 2.0, Edmodo and Twitter that otherwise might not occur. "You get a chance to see what some of the best teachers in the field are doing, and you can do it on your own time at home," said Florida teacher Kellie Viera.

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