The University of Arizona

Book Review: What Connected Educators Do Differently

Samantha Kirby

Abstract


What Connected Educators Do Differently encourages educators to begin connecting via social media to further their own learning and success. Whitaker, Zoul and Casas support teachers pursuing digital connection through step-by-step suggestions and resources, arguing that educators will grow as learners and teachers, and develop their access to a “large collective brain trust consisting of diverse ideas and perspectives” (p. xxiii).

DOI:10.2458/azu_itet_v3i2_kirby


Keywords


connect; technology; communication

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References


Whitaker, T., Zoul, J., & Casas, J. (2015). What Connected Educators Do Differently. Routledge, NY.


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