Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Guided Inquiry involves seeking out information and collaborating with others. Social media is a free and effective resource educators often overlook because they are not familiar - and therefore uncomfortable - with these resources. Following is a excellent article on how educators can familiarize themselves with these important resources. Courtesy of ASCD SmartBrief.

Initial steps educators can take to use social media
In this blog post, educator Lisa Michelle Dabbs suggests fellow educators take time over the summer to think about the ways social media could be used to support professional growth. Among the suggestions she offers are to find a mentor, pick one social media tool and master it, seek free, online professional-development opportunities and collaborate and share resources. Edutopia.org/Lisa Michelle Dabbs' blog (6/21)
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