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  1. Fanny Villagra

    Logically accessibility or just ideas improves learning and relationship that can drive to work together with others teachers. Thank you all three ways it has been mentioned. Fanny

  2. I really enjoyed this post, George. So many schools think they “don’t need to worry about” social media or, alternately, view it as a detractor to the learning environment. When approached in a thoughtful, deliberate way, however, social media can be a powerful tool that enhances engagement and accessibility for just the reasons you mention.

  3. great post. I have had great response from my “semi-formal” weekly blog. Keeping parents informed cuts back phone and email msg. as they are well informed. I like the commitment to all staff being learners.

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