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The Conversation We Need To Have With Leadership

This post is part of Scott McLeod's Leadership Day 2014 PD should give your Ts a GEM: it should "Grow You", "Engage You", and "Mean something to you" — GNichols (@Think_teach) August 6, 2014 Mission: Value Your Time This year, many of us will spend hours in school meetings feeling demotivated, bored, unappreciated, and stressed. We will spend a lot of time resenting our colleagues Read full article »

#Edchat Summary: Bringing Students into the Discussion to Improve Schools by @inquirebook

Guest post from @inquirebook in the #Edchat Category & other 12noon NYC summaries found on Berni Wall's blog! Today's #edchat topic, How do we bring students into the discussion on how to improve the school environment? was intriguing. In the discussion, most participants pointed out that we cannot invite students to the table unless we are also prepared to work with their suggestions. Read full article »

#Edchat Summary: Social Media’s Impact on Professional Development for Educators by @USCTeacher

Guest post from @USCTeacher in the #Edchat Category & other 12noon NYC summaries found on Berni Wall's blog! Today's #edchat topic, What effect has social media (SM) had in your development as an educator? Is SM for every educator?, was intriguing. The topic pulled in both personal reflection for participators to think about their usage of social media as an educator as well Read full article »

Happy Birthday! #Edchat Turns 2!

Part of the #Edchat Category #Edchat turns TWO this week! For the last 2 years #Edchat has been the birth of  conversation for over 2000 educators weekly on how to improve education worldwide! #Edchat has created real change by igniting new projects, adding more educators to the conversation, inspiring over 400 educational chats, inspiring a new school, inspiring a free online conference Read full article »

Education Transformation Through Social Media

Part 1 of the Education Transformation Through Collaborative Voices series In a recent #Edchat discussion I reflected, "There are more educators than politicians involved in education, yet politicians make the majority of education policy decisions. How do we change this dynamic?" One of the drawbacks of undergoing training as an educator is that we rarely get training in the art of Read full article »

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