Posted by Brenda Sherry on Apr 13, 2012 in Global Communities of Inquiry, Making The Shift, Personal Learning Networks
I’ve begun teaching an Additional Qualifications course for inservice teachers, about the integration of technology into their classroom practice. I’ve written about this new learning journey before, and I began revising and rethinking the course as soon as it got rolling the first time around. This is what I miss most about being a classroom teacher — the creative process involved in shaping learning environments that work!
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