ET) Focuses on positive issues, taking action and the kids.
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ET) Focuses on implementing gradual change for massive impact in the classroom.
ET) For educators who embrace David Burgess’ approach of teaching like a pirate.
And they give you access to an instant community, complete with networking opportunities, emotional support and the chance to give back. ET) Friendly chat with lots of classroom resources shared.
"Chats also offer leaders opportunities to expand their audiences and influence, and they give voice to teachers who might not otherwise have the chance to exercise leadership outside their classrooms or schools." But with hundreds of ed-related chats, how do you know which ones are worth giving up an hour of your day? Some chats, such as #edchat, tackle a broad range of education issues, while others are based on shared interests in a particular topic, content area, grade level, job type or geographical region.
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