This is a recording of (and related links/resources for) a CEM kickoff panel and open discussion about how connected education can serve the fully panoply of learning styles and needs among students today. Tracy Gray from the American Institutes for Research moderated.  Panelists included Barbara Bray, Jenifer Fox, Kathleen McClaskey, Lisa Nielsen, and Ira Socol.

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* Excited, inspired by any of these panelists or their work?  Stay in touch or join them:

* Interested in more panels like this?  There’s a whole collection of them to access on the CEM Kickoff page, and an even bigger (much bigger) fully searchable and browsable collection/calendar of CEM events and activities from 100+ participating organizations on the Connected Educator Month home page.

* Never been part of an online education community or network before? Not sure you have what it takes yet?  A great place to get up to speed is CEM’s collection of connected educator starter resources, including a starter kit, our help desk, and more…

One Response to Kickoff Panel: Connected Education and Serving Every Student, From Gifted to Special Needs

  1. Mike Byster says:

    This open discussion on connected education is great idea. As an educator myself, I have spent my entire career finding ways to connect and educate children with various learning styles.

    Mike Byster
    Inventor of Brainetics (, Author of Genius, Mathematician

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