Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Connected Educator Month draws to an end, but the work is just getting started!

It seems fitting that for our last Pinnovation during Connected Educator Month that we are focusing on capacity building. This is the emphasis of much of the Office of eLearning's work. From grants designed to support innovation planning and implementation in districts to designing cohorts of educator experts across the state, the work of INeLearn is about advancing the transformational capacity of educational technology and improving student outcomes through its intential use.

The message that Collaboration and Capacity Building theme leaders, the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and the National Center for Literacy Education (NCLE), stressed throughout the month is that we need to move beyond the random acts of connection in order to sustain change.

If you have not already begun following Connected Educators on Pinterest, now is the time to do so. You will also want to check out the boards being curated by the NCLE and the NCTE, this week's theme supporters.  Below we are highlighting this week's theme with boards from Connected Educators and INeLearn. Join us tomorrow night for our state Twitter Chat topic around this theme.




http://www.pinterest.com/ceducators/collaboration-capacity-building/
http://www.pinterest.com/INelearn/collaboration-capacity-building/



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