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Learning can be more powerful when in tandem with like-minded mentors and peers. What do parents need to know in order to feel secure in supporting online (and offline) peer-supported learning?

Tuesday, October 14 from 5-6pm PT (8-9pm ET), was our second realtime chat of Connected Educator Month.

This webinar was part of a month-long series titled “How To Be a Better Connector: Strategies for Educators, Parents, and Admins.” Check out all the details at http://bit.ly/cltvCE14

From this Series:

View the Conversation
During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtags #connectedlearning and #CE14.

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Patrick Larkin – Assistant Superintendent of Burlington Public Schools in Burlington, Massachusetts
  • Tanya Avrith – Innovation Specialist in South Florida, Co-Founder of eduslam.me, and an instructor with EdTechTeacher
  • Franklin Onuoha – South Boston Computer Clubhouse coordinator
  • Sarah Otts – Member of the Scratch moderation & community team

Resources for this webinar:


#ConnectedLearning Discussion on Twitter


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