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Once you go flat, you never go back

Article by Vicki Davis, co-author of 'Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds'
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(c) Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay 2012

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"Some think flattening the classroom is just about connecting with other countries. This is overly simplistic. While it is an exciting part of flattening the classroom, there’s more. Julie Lindsay, co-founder of Flat Classroom Projects, and I think there are five areas of connection planning: information, location, generation, communication and time."

The Five areas of Connection Planning:
  • Information
  • Location
  • Generation
  • Communication
  • Time