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12 Days of #EdTech-mas: The gift of human connection

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I have saved the best for last. In my final post of the 12 days of EdTech-mas, I take a look at what some would call, the most important part of the teaching process, building a connection/relationship with your students.

Everyone of us have been impacted by a teacher because of the connection that was developed between teacher and student. "Students may forget the lessons, but they remember the teacher," I have often heard some say.

Check out these resources below for tools to help develop connections with students.

5 Tips for Better Relationships with Your Students - "Protect the Student’s Self-Esteem"

6 Tech Tools that Boost Teacher-Parent Communication

Technology Ideas to Connect Students to the World - EdWeek


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