Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Online Teacher Social Networking and CPD


Mark Berthelemy, Learning Solutions Architect, Capita Learning and Development
Online social networking tools have the potential to support reflective and collaborative CPD both within and across schools and local authorities.
This session will examine what's possible, raise a number of issues and suggest ways in which using such tools can become an integrated part of your CPD approach.
Filmed on behalf of Naace.

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2 Comments:

At April 27, 2011 at 11:06 PM , Anonymous Education social networking said...

Hello,

Education social networking is the best for your class. It helps to connect with your teachers and students and communicate with your class. It can also help you to introduce better way of collaborating blogs and sharing information freely through utilizing web 2.0 that can communicate among schools, classrooms, teachers, parents, and students.
We want to use social media to engage these people in conversation and tell them about our product and our vision. We want to engage these bloggers, teachers, managers on their blogs, on their social media channels and communicate across to them

 
At September 30, 2011 at 6:26 PM , Blogger Mary said...

Nice post !


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