Partnering with the community - Enabling e-Learning slow chat #eelslow

Our first Enabling e-Learning slow chat took place last week on Twitter and was focused on Partnering with the Community.

Thanks to those who were able to contribute. If you missed out on it, you can read the tweets in the Storify below. You can also respond to any or all of the questions in the discussion.

If you want to know what a slow chat is, check out Twitter slow chats.

The questions for the chat are in the Storify, but also listed here:

  1. Why should schools partner with the community? What benefit is it to the learning of our students?
  2. What is the difference between informing, consulting, engaging, participation, partnership and collaboration?
  3. What goals do you and your community have for students?
  4. What does engaging look like and with whom? How do YOU engage with wider community? Any examples to share?
  5. How are you supporting/growing 2-way dialogue with your community using digital technologies?

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