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This year I was able to participate in an amazing collaborative/connected project with a school in Bangladesh that incorporated multiple UN Sustainable Development goals, inspired my students to participate in social activism, and helped them become better human beings. I am really proud of what we accomplished, and thought others in this group might be interested in reading about our project. Here is my summary: https://www.theglueedu.com/blog/2018/7/1/albatrosses-and-affirmations

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It was my first digital dance off. There was flossing, electro-shuffling, orange justice-ing. And of course: some dabbing. And through it all, a connection was forged.

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What has been your memorable connections-based learning this year? I would love to see your tweets, hear your stories, listen to your Voxes (join the: CBL Voxer Community!!) and read your reflection posts!

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My latest blog post on Generosity being a Gift of Mindfulness. https://mykidslocker.com/generosity-a-gift-of-mindfulness/ #think35 #bcedchat #bclearns #miee #Langley Thank you to @BreneBrown @marieforleo @richardwagamese @Mrs_A_Pimentel for inspiring me.

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Wearing a #ConnectionLens means looking for opportunities for your students to make connections outside the classroom. How can you change the question from "how can we learn this?" to "who can we engage as we learn?"
Put on your #ConnectionLens
Put on your #ConnectionLens
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Our students have a huge impact on us. In this post, I reflect on being Amanda Todd's grade 7 teacher, reflecting on both her life and the effect her passing had on me. How have instances of connection with your students affected you? Join our #CBL Voxer community and share your thoughts.

https://web.voxer.com/chats/1452200365811_0029697343_5c47c372

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Skype in the Classroom is amazing for Connection-based Learning! Here are 5 Reasons to Use Skype in the Classroom. Plus my Top Ten Skype Presentations that I would recommend!
http://bit.ly/skype2018

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Chapter 3 of Connections-based Learning gets us to think about the difference between our teaching philosophy and our practice. I want you to consider a time when those things didn't line up for you and how you dealt with it.
Share your Incongruence
Share your Incongruence
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How has connection played a role in some of the meaningful experiences you have had with your students?

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What are your first impressions of the Connections-based Learning book?
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