Friday, January 22, 2010

5 Reasons Why Educators Should Network


"The period of isolationism in the United States ended during World War II, but while political isolation is no more, educational isolation is still prevalent in public schools today.
Many teachers go to school each day, teach their students and leave. If they're struggling with how to teach a lesson that will engage their students, they might ask for advice from the teacher down the hall, but a lot of times, they struggle alone."
Read the rest of this well-written commentary by Tanya Roscorla at Convergemag.com.