Transforming Classrooms into Communities Builds a Better Future

Our students are joining digital communities at very young ages and not reflecting on their roles as community members. Every member has rights and responsibilities which make their communities flourish. When members do not make it their duty to respect the rules, norms, or other members then the community suffers. The problem is our digital communities consist of millions and several members do not ever reflect on their roles and responsibilities as members of the community or care much about the people or value of their digital communities. This is why responsibility to one’s online and real world communities is one of the main themes and objectives students learn in my new book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions.

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