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  2. This digital age that we live in brings about changes to the tools we use and it helps to shape the structure of future leaders. Your presentation at CPSS helped to expand the minds of our staff and students alike. You identified global issues and provided us with examples of how social media has been used as a tool to make a difference in this world. Much like my students, I initially thought that your presentation would simply highlight the responsibilities and dangers of using social media; a concept we are all familiar with. However, it was so much more. Your presentation was not only engaging but helped to identified ways that our students can create avenues of success for themselves. George, the work you do empowers people. Thank you for demonstrating to us the endless possibilities that we have at our fingertips.

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  4. Beryl-Ann ANDERSON

    We would like to thank you for identifying the human elimental in teaching. So much focus is now being placed on measured evidence bssed assessment that teachers are losing the art of engagement and positive interaction. With ruse to embrace individual assessment learning paths and digital virtual connection are we risking losing the tangible human element in social connection. Would blended learning with the focus on practical assessment rather than solely academic assessment be a much more enriching path for both teacher and learner. Where homework equates to market research and classroom become vehicles for atmospheric learning. Or has curriculum become to enriched to see the value in blending both together rather then an either or? In a sector that is more about qualification and less about learning where to in the greater rely of things?

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