The life of a busy teacher can be isolating, leaving little time to collaborate in person with other educators, writes Jennie Magiera, digital learning coordinator for the Academy for Urban School Leadership. In this commentary, Magiera suggests teachers build their own professional learning communities using technology, such as Twitter, Google Hangouts, Pinterest and other tools.
How busy teachers can build their professional network
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