Let me start this post by saying how excited I am about the diverse group of educators participating in this book group and how impressed I am each week by your thoughtful and enlightening contributions. I hope you are getting as much out of this conversation as I am! You are building quite the PLN right here. If you would like to connect outside of this blog, please feel free to share your Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or other social media handle in your comment to this week's blog post.
So, on to this week's topic. I don't know about you, but I typically think of unlearning in terms of bad habits or unhealthy coping mechanisms. Have you thought much about this idea of unlearning in terms of your teaching? As an educator, what do you need to unlearn and relearn? What is your strategy in doing this, if you have one? Share your thoughts on unlearning here. Also, feel free to participate in the Padlet (previously Wallwisher) from the Get Connected section at the end of the chapter. And while you're in Padlet, why not create a Padlet activity for your students? (To learn more about Padlet, check out this Wallwisher blog post that DeLyn Beard wrote as part of our Digital Learning Month Web 2.0 Challenge Blog.)