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6 Strategies for Introverted Teachers

By Andrew Hawk Teachers’ motivations for becoming professional educators usually follow one of several themes. Some people love working with young people. Others love learning, maybe even a specific subject, and want to share their knowledge with others. Many teachers … Continue reading

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Free Spirit Is Traveling to ALA!

June has arrived, which means one thing: It’s once again time for the annual American Libraries Association Conference! This year’s event will bring 25,000 librarians, publishers, and other book-related organizations to beautiful San Francisco from June 25–30 for several days … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Ed Tech Training

Scenario: There is a Tech Expo and Workshop Day in your state, and your school decides to send you. Which description best fits you? You spend the day deeply involved in workshops, hit every vendor table that your fellow teachers … Continue reading

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Counselor’s Corner: 3 Ways to Make the Most of Attending a Professional Conference

Attending professional conferences can be professionally—and personally—rewarding. In this post, I share tips for making the most of your professional conference experience. Do Your Homework Before you even register for a professional conference, do your homework! Conduct an Internet search, … Continue reading

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