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Being a connected educator

In this video, Mark Anderson discusses his thoughts and shares his expertise on connecting with fellow educators online using Twitter.

So far this week, we’ve looked at some of the characteristics of an online community of practice, now it’s time to explore how a learner has benefited from being part of such a community.

In this video, Mark Anderson, a prolific connected educator, discusses his thoughts and shares his expertise on:

  • Connecting with fellow educators online
  • How to start to build an online community
  • Best ways of engaging with colleagues online

Once you’ve watched the video, reflect on Mark’s advice. Which of these tips do you think would work well for you? Have you got other advice to share with learners?

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