Growing Has Never Been So Easy! Intentional Learning As An Educator Using Twitter

  Your Path to Intentional Learning Great teachers don’t rely on their district’s staff development training cycle to learn and grow in their craft.  No!  They intentionally seek staff development opportunities out.  In the past, a teacher wanting to grow and learn would have contacted their local educational center, participated in a book study, taken …

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Increasing Student Engagement and Quality of Work Through Blogging

  Every educator wants their students to be engaged in the content that their learning and then produce quality work.  One big problem with this is that eventually, by 2nd or 3rd grade, students realize that the work they produce is only for the teacher’s eyes.  Students will only care so much about the work …

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After All These Years We Still Need – 4 Keys to Staying on Mission!

After all of these years, it still boils down to communicating and staying on mission! Before I entered the education field, I spent quite a bit of time in ministry (I’m still a bi-vocational minister). Ministers attend conferences and training just like educators do.  I remember attending a lot of conferences and workshops on the …

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The Educator’s Imperative: Three Ways to Stay Fresh and Invest in Yourself!

Educators know the importance of continuing their learning.  We attend staff development training, conferences and even follow other educators on Twitter in efforts to stay fresh and relevant in this changing world.  I mean, we are educators after all!  We value education.  And we value learning.  We want to be the best for the students …

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