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  • Régis ELO

    Sharing knowledge is so far better than making war all around the world for sure!!!!
    thanks for teaching peace and tolerance by the way!....

  • miguel.davis1

    This shift in education towards a more collaborative work environment is so important to the progress of the profession. Check out other resources like this one here! http://bit.ly/1adjyVZ

  • miguel.davis1

    This shift towards a more collaborative work environment is so important to the progress of the profession. Check out more resources like this one here! http://bit.ly/1adjyVZ

  • Liz Dwyer

    Thanks for sharing, Evan. Technology makes it so easy for educators to share ideas and lessons, and give each other feedback on how they turned out. I love that. It makes teaching a much less individual experience and brings the communal heart of learning--learning is ultimately about relationships--back!

    • Evan White

      Things like this make me wish I was a teacher, it just seems to make the job more fun.. Like you have friends around the world that got your back! :)

      • Liz Dwyer

        It's so true. These sorts of sites didn't exist when I was in the classroom--my only option was to go across the hall and knock on Mr. Sally's door, and if he didn't have any creative ways to teach times tables, well, I was out of luck. There are also so many teacher-led convos on Twitter with #edchat that the level of collaboration in recent years has just skyrocketed. It's really encouraging to see.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Really cool way to see how teachers can collaborate. I like how tech and education are working together on this site.

    • Evan White

      It is brilliant to see how teachers from around the country & world can work together, sharing ideas, and enriching lives of our youth.

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        Would love if there was a site for students to collaborate too, across the world!