FREE eBook: 16 Things to Share at a Faculty Meeting
Connect Learning Today is very excited to share its first in a series of eBooks. 16 Things to Share at a Faculty Meeting is yours as a free download. We offer it as a great back to school, opening day with faculty, and faculty meeting discussion starter. It is for anyone, who teaches, leads educators, or writes and talks education. We’re hoping educators will share it with other educators and their personal learning networks, and administrators will share it with their staff and at administrative council meetings—now and throughout the school year. We’re sure parents, PTO, PTA and other educationally interested groups will want to share it, too. It is for all in education looking to take the next possible step, as well as for verification to those educators who are already making changes in teaching and student learning. If you’re looking for something to give your staff to start the school year, or for use in those scheduled faculty meeting, 16 Things to Share at a Faculty Meeting is for you. It’s FREE!
Please help yourself to our new eBook, and let us know how you shared it, and used it. For us, at Connect Learning Today, we know that taking the first step usually leads to taking another. We hope 16 Things to Share at a Faculty Meeting will help with that journey.
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Connect Learning Today Publishing Team
Ken Royal is a former educator with 34 years of classroom/school and instructional technology teaching experience. He has written at many of the major education publications, including District Administration, TechLearning, and Scholastic Administrator. Presently, Ken is a blogger on all things education and education technology. Teaching accomplishments include: 4-time district teacher of the year, Connecticut Middle School Teacher of the Year, as well as Bill and Melinda Gates award for Technology School of Excellence. He is a Promethean storyteller. Follow @KenRoyal on Twitter.
Stephanie True Moss comes from a publishing design background beginning at The Miami Herald and then Tropic Magazine, published by The Miami Herald. She designed research books, journals, and magazines for the Dante B. Fascell North-South Center, an independent research and educational institution at the University of Miami. She designed text books, novels and journals and more for multiple publishers. The skills that Stephanie brings to ConnectLearningToday.com are web design, graphic design, editing, SEO, and social media. She has a blog about QR Codes, and has spoken at numerous conferences about social media and QR Codes. Stephanie was a co-creator and moderator of several Twitter chats, and is currently Promethean’s social voice. Follow @truemc on Twitter.