Though connected educators often focus on technology, it is best to blend high-tech and low-tech personal communication, writes Colleen Lee, who teaches Japanese as a second-language in British Columbia, Canada. While she maintains a strong presence on Twitter, Lee writes in this blog post that her school provides time for face-to-face, daily social and professional connections with peers.
Teacher: Connected educators should blend high-tech, in-person communication
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