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06/01/2008

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Those two-way arrows really are the key, aren't they? You have to give to the network in order to benefit from it, and, needless to say, the more you give...That is the stumbling point for many teachers who claim not to have the time. They won't make the time, which means they'll never make the network.

Hi Joe

Thanks for this - another interesting and useful nugget! Where would I be without you?

Hi Joe,

Thankyou for another excellent post, and the references! I like the diagram too, but it's unfortunate that it's missing the all-important "student" link! I know most of my teaching is based on student needs and student feedback... although colleagues, web resources, and other networks have an impact, the primary influence is always students :)

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