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That's really cool. What this reinforces (and it is evident over and over) is the willingness of people to connect with other people they have never even met. It reinforces that modeling for students the power of being connected and teaching them how to safely and purposefully connect with others is a skill we cannot pass off any longer.
I showed a group of teachers the Steven Johnson RSAnimate video today, and it really is true, chance does favor the connected mind.
Wow Devin!!! That Stephen Johnson is a perfect fit for a presentation I am doing for parents tonight! Thank you
What was the presentation you were doing for parents? Hope it went well.
Wow….this type of amazing stuff is happening all the time and I'm so glad you share it with the world. Now I know I need to get back to twitter, to my blog and get my students out there with me!
thanks for the info, i would like to check it,
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