You are Not ALONE!
Many teachers have a constant fear that they are not doing enough. We often compare ourselves to others in our school building , district, and even state. It is important to remember we are all in this together. No one goes into the teaching profession to be rich and famous. We are ALL here for the scholars. Be sure to rely on your team members to help you through, when you are struggling to stay a float. Everyone has felt overwhelmed at some point in their teaching career. It is completely normal. Just know you are not ALONE. In this issue there are several suggestions, for finding help with developing lesson plans and enhancing lessons in your classroom, while building valuable relationships that can help you with your sanity.
In this issue...
December Online PD opportunities
KYTE Learning Challenge
brought to you by the DCS Library Team
Volume 2, Issue 13
This week's issue by
12 Days of Innovation PD
The Ditch That Textbook is a Free virtual event from December 14th-31st. It brings together some of the brightest minds in education to discuss technology, pedagogy and more.
How does it work?
You will receive one new inspiring, practical presentation each day for nine days. You can watch them at your own pace. You can watch one or you can watch them all. Maybe, just watch ones on topics that interest you.
You can automatically generate a FREE certificate for professional development credits for each video you watch.
Where can I register?
Just a few of the amazing presenters:
Matt Miller educator author
Shannon Miller Future Ready Librarian
Damon Lopez educator/author
Sean Gaillard educator/author
Where can I register?
Hour of Code
Coming Up Next Week:
Welcome to our Kyte Challenge! Each week in Media Weekly we will highlight a Kyte Learning course. You (alone or with colleagues) can learn a new skill a week while you add up CEU credits!
It's easy to use and a great way to get one on one feedback for student comprehension. Click on the Kyte link and use your DCS login and password.
This week's challenge is Tweet Deck for Twitter.
Tweet deck will allow the learner to use this free app to manage their Tweets and Twitter feeds.
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