The Value of Connecting Students: 5 Ways to Help Get You Started

My Guest Post on Getting Smart

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A lot of focus today is spent on ways to connect educators so that they can broaden their professional learning network and reap all of the benefits that affords. But while we acknowledge the power in sharing what we do with other educators, we don’t always equate that in the same way when it comes to students. Sure, we all know that providing an authentic audience for student work can really ramp up the quality, but we still tend to limit our thinking in the ways our students can connect with others and share their work.

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