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Social presence remains the key to a successful learning experience, and understanding social presence, with its critical connection to learning and community building, allows us to better support faculty and students.
Understanding a wide selection of tools, media, and reflective activities helps faculty assist students in taking responsibility for their own learning.
Providing iterative feedback and mindful assessments helps faculty meet learning outcomes and guide student learning.
Implementing change in small steps is the key to understanding which strategies work and which lead to frustration and discontent.

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"Did you ever wanted to learn how to draw? Me to! But probably there's only one problem - you can't draw... Don't worry. You can learn!"

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"The biggest argument most people make about Google being inactive is that they haven't taken any time to circle anyone, because they just want to connect to their friends. "

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"According to data from the Delaware Department of Education, the newly-created ninth
grade class at Newark Charter School consists of 15 percent Hispanic and African-American students, with representation of low-income students also at 15 percent.

This contrasts starkly with the freshman class at Newark High School which is composed of 64 percent African American and Hispanic students and 70 percent low-income students."

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"How can critical pedagogy help to examine, dismantle, or rebuild the structures, hierarchies, institutions, and technologies of education? And how can we gather together generously to bring critical digital pedagogy more fully into the conversation about the changing landscape of education?"

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