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Twitter Chats

I find Twitter chats to be so invigorating!  If I could, I would persuade every educator in the world to participate in at least one chat (lifetime goal!).  Because once you’ve experience one exciting chat, you are often hooked and … Continue reading

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So Many Hashtags, So Little Time

How do you find and use hashtags on Twitter or Instagram? These days there are educational hashtags for: weekly chats slow chats districts schools grade levels content areas motivation mindset instructional strategies conferences professional development books and so much more! … Continue reading

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Things I’m Loving Friday, Volume 14

I miss taking time on a Friday to share the things I’m currently loving as a learner and a leader. Since October is Connected Educator’s Month, here are a few social media-related items I’m loving. Please share what you are loving … Continue reading

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The Art of Teaching

During this Teachers Appreciation Week, I want to take a moment and recognize why I think teachers rock. Lyn Hilt’s post of her memories from teachers sparked this idea, along with The Teaching Channel’s week of teacher appreciation. You can follow … Continue reading

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Research Reflections

Last week I had the honor of attending the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA)’s David L. Clark Seminar. I was nominated by my professor to represent San Diego State University, and I was one of 42 participants selected from … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading (Volume 6)

Every so often I do a round-up of what I’m reading. Volume 4 was all about twitter and pinterest! Volume 5 brought back some real book reading and this volume I’m digging back into some books for some purposeful rereading. The … Continue reading

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Engaging the Unconnected

Over the last two years, I have read many blog posts, articles, and even some rants about unconnected educators. Why won’t they use social media? Don’t they know the benefits of being a connected learner? I’ve seen Twitter debates about … Continue reading

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