Sunday, October 2, 2011

Social Networking

Stay Connected

As Alan Levine discusses in New Media Consortium, keeping up with all the new technology is literally impossible. Since technology can change in an instant, it is important that educators stay connected. Social networking is a great way to keep up with the constant evolution of education. We can then ask questions and stay updated on current research and findings. As someone who is primarily interested in early childhood education, I hoped to find a social networking site that could provide me with resources and ideas to enhance my knowledge in the education of young children. The Early Childhood Exchange is an online community that does just that. Members discuss ideas and trends in EC. Check it out!

1 comment:

  1. This looks like a good site. I hope it proves useful for you.