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"Being a connected educator is a requirement today for relevant teaching. However, often, many do not know what effects being connected has on learning. What Bob lays out in this book are the stories and methods every educator needs to know to ensure they are providing the best possible learning for students. The ideas are practical and can work in classrooms that are rich with technology or even those without. A must-add to any professional library."
"Leading Connected Classrooms is not just any technology integration book. Robert Dillon provides useful tips and resources for transforming your classes into communities in which students help each other succeed. This book is full of examples of teachers using technology to support collaboration and motivate students. Integrating technology is a tough journey like most learning adventures. However, teachers who implement the tips in this book will see how taking that journey transform their practice and helps them make meaningful connections with their students."
"The layout of the book is structured in a way that helps me to feel organized as I am reading, learning, and taking notes for future use. The resources are relevant to the classroom connection so I can continue making connections after I am finished reading, and the book gives many excellent examples but also allows room for you to think and grow through the essential questions available in every chapter. This book is well worth your time!"
"Leading Connected Classrooms: Engaging the Hearts and Souls of Learners is a great book for all teachers and teacher leaders. It combines the voices of seasoned connected educators with great suggestions for growth for those new to building connected classrooms as well as those educators that have been connected for years. Dr. Dillon writes with an optimism that is contagious. The energy of the words jump from each page.