I would like to thank @mrmacnology for unknowingly inspiring this post.
Education is not a “I learned from” concept; rather, it is a “I learned with” concept.
“From” is clean.
“With” is messy.
“From” is binary.
“With” is human.
“From” is instant.
“With” takes time.
“From” is passive.
“With” is active.
“From” is singular.
“With” is together.
“From” is shallow.
“With” is deep.
“From” is informative.
“With” is transformative.
Do you interact WITH your students the same way you tweet?
Which word describes your pedagogy in the classroom and tweets on Twitter?
You may want to read “The Messiness of And”, too.
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