Educators need both the larger professional learning communities cultivated through collaborations such as social networks and the one-on-one relationships to find and implement innovative ideas in the classroom, George Couros writes. "The mass ideas that are shared through many large networks brings many of those ideas to the forefront, but the actual embracing of those ideas often happens on a one-to-one basis," he writes.
How large communities and one-on-one connections spur innovation
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