TCEA’s Community: Providing a Powerful Way to Connect

Even though we’re back in the classroom, I’m definitely still feeling the distance. Whether it’s the remote game of Dungeons and Dragons my oldest son is now very much into, or his frequent (possibly endless?) desire to Google Hangout so he can play Minecraft with his friends, I can see that we will be taking much of the current remote and socially-distanced world with us into the future. How can we connect in meaningful ways and promote community within these new parameters?

Although the social distancing revolution has seemingly brought the whole world to our fingertips, navigating that world can feel lonelier and more overwhelming than ever. There are now endless platforms and people jockeying for our attention, but few offer real connections. 

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