Progressively Incorrect: Season 2 Episode 5 with Becky Lim and Matt Rhoads
This is a lovely episode that I recorded towards the end of the summer featuring two of my favorite people in education and edutwitter, Becky Lim and Dr. Matthew Rhoads.
Becky and Matt are enthusiastic about the potential for edtech in the classroom, and in this episode they share some of their strategies for developing teaching staff so that they may enhance their instruction through technology tools. As the Director of Educational Technology and a design technology teacher in previous schools, I share some of Becky and Matt’s optimism about the potential for technology to make teaching more effective and efficient. Although, I have to admit, I’m a bit less optimistic these days than I was in the past. I think the evidence for the superiority of explicit teaching over discovery learning is pretty solid, but edtech entrepreneurs seem hellbent on convincing us that their new flashy tool will allow students to learn independently, and in increasingly unstructured ways. This reason, coupled with the fact that I regularly hear edtech gurus telling me that teaching content isn’t important, for students can just Google everything, has led me to gradually deemphasize technology in my work, although I still think it can be a helpful tool to teachers when used purposefully.
TechLasso Episode 14 with Dr. Matthew Rhoads on SEL and EdTech
In this episode, Chris Hoang and Anna Heinbuch, School Counseling Coordinator, discuss with Dr. Matthew Rhoads about social-emotional learning (SEL) with technology, as well as, integrating technology in the classroom successfully.
From high school special education teacher to EdTech Trainer, Dr. Matthew Rhoads understands what needs to be done and what it takes to successfully implement technology in any classroom and understands how important it is to support both students and educators with the use of technology in the classroom. Without the buy-in, there can be no success.
MyEdTechLife Podcast Episode 174: Crush it from the Start: 50 Tips for New Teachers
From the episode description: Are you ready to take on the challenge of teaching? Join me as I welcome Dr. Matthew Rhoads and Dr. Samantha Fecich to the podcast. Together we’ll explore the unexpected challenges that new teachers face – from managing a classroom to utilizing technology for instruction. Dr. Rhoads and Dr. Fecich will equip you with their invaluable knowledge of the teaching field with Crush it From the Start: 50 Tips for New Teachers – learn how to get started on the right foot and crush it from day one!
Relate Then Educate Podcast: Retaining and Recruiting Teachers with Dr. Matt Rhoads
From the episode description: Erin and Rick got to chat with Dr. Matt Rhoads. It is always so special to connect with educators across the country who share the same heart for teachers and that’s exactly what happened when we talked to Matt! Matt does it all – author, podcaster, consultant, EdTech Lecturer & Integrationist, Instructional Leader, Teacher Candidate Supervisor, and Doctoral Dissertation Chair. He lives and breathes education and his body of work is expansive! We discussed new ideas to address education’s current climate, ways to retain and recruit teachers, and honoring our profession.
BeerEDU Podcast – Episode 120: This and That In A Nutshell with Dr. Matt Rhoads
From the episode description: Hosts, Kyle & Ben chat with Dr. Matthew Rhoads (@mattrhoads1990) about his journey as a Special Education teacher across many subject areas, his shift to mentoring student teachers after earning his Doctorate in Education, the work he does with adult education in the Greater San Diego area, his passion for educational technology, including earning the 2020 San Diego CUE Technology Innovator of the Year award, and much more!
Episode 235 of the TeacherCast Podcast: Crush It From The Start: 50 Tips For New Teachers (And Coaches)!
From the episode description: In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” Jeff welcomed Dr. Matthew Rhoads and Dr. Casey Jakubowski on the podcast to discuss the importance of supporting our new staff members. They outline the “Why” behind Crush it from the Start: 50 Tips for New Teachers as well as preview various tips as to how we can support new teachers at our school sites as well as set them up for sustainable and enjoyable careers in education.
Listen Here: Episode 235 of the TeacherCast Podcast
Evolving with Gratitude Podcast – Episode 30: Amplifying the Positive with Guest Dr. Matt Rhoads
From the episode description: This week’s guest, Dr. Matt Rhoads, joins us to explain how he puts his thoughts into action to amplify others. We also discuss how gratitude impacts relationships in all spaces and places.
Listen to the Podcast: Episode 30 – Amplifying the Positive
MindShare Moments Podcast
Dr. Rhoads joined Robert Martelacci on the MindShare Moments podcast to discuss Crush it from the Start: 50 Tips for New Teachers as well as strategies to support new teachers as they navigate the present and future of education.
Teachercast Podcast with Jeff Bradbury – Instruction Without Boundaries: Enhance Your Teaching Strategies With Technology Tools In Any Setting
In this episode of “Ask the Tech Coach,” Jeff sits down with Dr. Matthew Rhoads to discuss his new book Instruction Without Boundaries: Enhance Your Teaching Strategies with Technology Tools in Any Setting. Thank you Jeff for the opportunity to sit down with you to discuss this book and concepts that mean so much to educators now and in the future!
In the episode we discussed the following:
- How do we create classrooms and schools where teachers have the ability to teach within in-person, online, and blended learning settings? We believe this is the future.
- How can we utilize instructional and tech integration coaching and professional development to build the capacity for teachers to teach within any setting.
- Instruction Without Boundaries Book – A Playbook for K-20 Teachers to learn how to utilize research-based strategies within any setting through the integration of EdTech tools
Seeing to Leading Podcast: Agency and Coaching for Capacity
In this episode, Dr. Rhoads joined Dr. Christopher Jones on his podcast to discuss instructional and EdTech coaching and developing coaching systems that build capacity and educator agency.
Innovators Mindset Podcast (Full Episode): Amplify Learning
In this podcast, Dr. Rhoads joined George Couros to discuss a wide range of topics ranging from the current state of education, tech trends in education, new teachers navigating education and the job market, coaching, instructional leadership, and professional development.
Innovators Mindset Podcast Clip: New Teachers Entering the Teaching Profession
In this appearance on the Innovators Mindset, Dr. Rhoads discusses with George Couros how new teachers can approach the hiring process when looking for schools and districts. The conversation outlines elements of the teaching job market in the spring/summer of 2022 and how new and experienced teachers can navigate it to best meet their needs as an educator and people.
Innovators Mindset Podcast with George Couros – 3 Questions on Educators that Inspire with Matt Rhoads
Dr. Rhoads joined George Couros on his podcast to discuss Three Questions on Educators that Inspire. Questions related to what teachers and administrators inspired Dr. Rhoads as well as what advice would you give to your first-teacher self.
Leadership Redefined Podcast: The New Landscape of Technology and Education
On this episode of the Leadership Redefined podcast, Dr. Rhoads and the hosts discuss the current challenges and predictions relating to education coming in the next few years. Additionally, we outline how schools and districts must become more agile in terms of their organizational structure to navigate a world that is changing at such a hastened pace. Many great insights to help school leaders and educators from all areas to think about as we move forward.
The PowerUp Podcast: Ep. 53 – Be Intentional with Technology and Instruction Featuring Dr. Matt Rhoads
In this episode, Dr. Rhoads joined the powerED UP podcasting team to discuss blended learning and integrating technology tools with instructional strategies to amplify learning. We discuss very practical application of instructional strategies as well as instructional models to meet students and teacher needs where they are at.
Guest Appearance on the Adventures in Online Education Podcast: Toggled Term with Matt Rhoads
Dr. Rhoads joined the Adventures in Online Education podcast to discuss his work with collaborating with many brilliant educators from around the world. In addition, we discussed, Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders, and the future of online education as we were experiencing major disruptions from COVID-19 in January 2022 as many schools toggled between in-person online settings for that month.
Guest Appearance on the EduMagic Podcast – Episode 157: Instructional Strategies and EdTech – A Recipe for Success Feature Dr. Matt Rhoads
Dr. Matt Rhoads joined host Dr. Samantha Feisch and discussed all things educational technology and special education. He tells us his story of teaching. Dr. Rhoads shares how he started in special education and eventually tested out. Matt is passionate about data-driven decision-making and instruction. His passion is teaching future teachers data literacy and how to understand data, which is a skill that every new teacher must-have. Additionally, he outlined using instructional strategies is an action that students can take and incorporate into a task, assignment, sequence of tasks, or learning activity. These strategies help our students learn. A common one is a think, pair, share strategy. Where students think individually about a prompt, share their thoughts with a neighbor, and then report out in a large group. Dr. Rhoads put an edtech spin on it by activating overt and covert learning through sharing instead of students responding aloud. They can use Nearpod, Padlet, Polleverywhere, Mentimeter, or Pear Deck to respond.
Other instructional strategies discussed include reciprocal teaching, formative feedback through action, and concept mapping. We can implement these strategies by implementing educational technology tools. It is important to start with the strategy. He reiterated that the pedagogy drives the process, in addition, to reflecting on in which ways can educational technology be used to implement the strategy?
Guest Appearance on the MyEdTechLife Podcast – Episode 84: Navigating EdTech & Personal Growth
In this episode, Dr. Rhoads discusses his second book Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders. He will also share what has happened professionally since his last appearance on our show almost a year ago. The conversation focuses on navigating EdTech, individual growth in education over the past year, the new book, navigating online, blended, and in-person learning, and future trends in education that are happening now. This is not an episode you will not want to miss out on!
Guest Appearance: Episode 525 of The Dr. Will Show Podcast
In a guest appearance on The Dr. Will Show Podcast, Dr. Rhoads shares with Dr. Will experiences consulting and navigating the ever-changing education world. We discuss business, social-emotional learning, creating environments for students to succeed and move into higher education, and EdTech and online learning. This is a conversation you will not want to miss out on as it is very relevant to all educators navigating the present and future of education.
Guest Appearance: Diving Deep Education Podcast with Matthew Downing – Episode 40: Blended Learning
In this guest appearance on the Diving Deep Education podcast, Dr. Rhoads shares examples of how to best organize a blended learning classroom while offering practical guidance that can be easily applied to a variety of classroom settings. On top of that, we discuss the importance of routines and embracing the less is more mentality in relationship to technology tools. Take a listen below to hear the conversation between host Matthew Downing and Dr. Rhoads.
Episode 40: Blended Learning with Dr. Matthew Rhoads
The bigedidea podcast guest appearance – the on-demand pd platform
In this guest appearance podcast, Dr. Rhoads is interviewed by host of the BigEDIdeas Podcast Ryan Scott about an idea regarding a platform that acts as an all inclusive profession learning application. Similar to the fitness app Peleton, Dr. Rhoads outlines how an application can be developed by a state or federal education department, which acts as a place vetted and regulated lessons can be observed by teachers and school leaders from across the nation. As a result, coaching and professional learning can be consolidated onto a single platform for observing different forms of instruction. The goal would ultimately be to help new, novice, and veteran teachers and leaders improve their practice as educators.
#21 for 21 Spaces interview podcast
Dr. Rhoads was a guest on the recent Spaces 21 for 21 interview podcast series. In this series, educators are asked a variety of different questions on how students can learn as well as prepare themselves for the world outside the classroom. The goal of the podcast is to equip teachers with the tools, tactics, and resources they need to empower their students to level the skills needed to succeed in our 21st century world. In our interview, we discussed resiliency, the ability to micro-manage, data and media literacy, and much more. Thank you Spaces for the opportunity to be a guest on this podcast!
The Teacher Discussion Series – EdTech Strategies and Integrations to Incorporate into your Classroom Instruction
Throughout the months of March and April, Paper tutoring sponsored their Teacher Discussion Series, which discuss how K-12 teachers provide several strategies and tools to take charge in tech-fused classrooms. Each discussion theme for the series was derived from my new upcoming book Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders. Each discussion was so enriching and we learned so much about integrating EdTech to support and amplify the learning of our students. Thank you to Paper for providing the platform to inspire and moderate these conversations!
Full articles about each of the three discussions from the Teacher Discussion Series can be found in the following links below.
Teacher Discussion Series 3: Six Ways to Address Learner Variability—For “Roomies” and “Zoomies” Alike
Teacher Discussion Series 2: Enhancing instructional strategies with ed tech
Teacher Discussion Series 1: Modern instructional strategies for the “toggled” term
Laying the Groundwork for Writing your Book: From Inspiration to Outline – Education Without Borders: Moderated by Dr. Rhoads
On February 17, 2021, Dr. Rhoads moderated “Laying the Groundwork for Writing Your Book: From Inspiration to Outline” on School Rubric and Education Without Borders. In this episode the authors discussed how aspiring authors can develop their books outline and structure on conducting research and building a framework for a successful book project through some helpful tips and tricks from successful authors. Panelists included Serena Pariser (Real Talk About Time Management, Real Talk About Classroom Management), ÉTIENNE (Rock Your Class), and Heather Wolpert-Gawron (Just Ask Us: Kids Speak Out on Student Engagement, Writing Behind Every Door: Teaching Common Core Writing in the Content Areas).
Classcast Podcast Guest Appearance – Dr. Matthew Rhoads – Pandemic & beyond: The toggled term & the future of edtech
Dr. Rhoads appeared as a guest for Episode 53 of the ClassCast Podcast, which was released on January 17th, 2021. The host, Ryan Tibbens, discussed with Dr. Rhoads a number of topics relating to how teachers can leverage educational technology and instructional models to adapt to ever-changing pandemic scenarios while also preparing themselves and their students for the future of education. From “moneyballing” education to “navigating the toggled term,” from pandemic adjustments to the future of distance learning, this episode connects current contexts to on-going innovations in ways that will help listeners understand the effects on every student and teacher. Throughout the podcast, Dr. Rhoads mentions his first book Navigating the Toggled Term: Preparing Secondary Educators for Navigating Fall 2020 and Beyond as well as teases his upcoming book that will release in 2021. If you have any interest in school now or in the next decade, Dr. Rhoads shares ideas and predictions that will cement the value of edtech and adaptability into your priority list. Thank you ClassCast Podcast for the opportunity to discuss these important issues in K-12 education!
School Rubric – From conception to reality: Our experience in authoring and writing books
On January 5th, 2021, Dr. Rhoads was a panelist on a panel hosted by School Rubric on writing books. Dr. Rhoads along with the other panelists answered several overarching questions regarding how to write books and touched on the writing process, self-publishing vs. publishing with a publisher, motivations behind writing a book, and how publishing a book has changed our careers. This is a very informative panel for aspiring teachers and school leaders who want to write a book in the future. Be sure to check out this panel as well as current and future School Rubric content!
an appearance on the staffroom podcast – bonus episode #7: Author talk with Matt Rhoads
On December 2nd, 2020, Dr. Rhoads appeared on The Staffroom Podcast with Chey and Pav, which is a podcast on topics ranging from teacher instruction, school leadership, the arts, edtech and a plethora of others within the realm of K-12 education. In this episode, the topic was on Dr. Rhoads 2020 release of “Navigating the Toggled Term.” Dr. Rhoads outlines what the toggled term represents and its implications, the online instructional infrastructure, the Toggled Term Instructional Model, and discusses selecting various edtech tools for instruction. Throughout the conversation, both hosts ask captivating questions and add their own experiences and expertise into the conversation, which makes it one not to miss. Thank you Chey and Pav for the opportunity!
Tips and tools for support students with Special needs with edtech for online and blended learning classroom settings
On November 18th, 2020, Dr. Rhoads spoke to the North Coastal Consortium for Special Education Community Advisory Committee on integrating edtech tools and supports to help students with special needs in online and blended learning settings. During the presentation, he outlined resources for Chromebooks, Speech to Text, Read-Aloud Supports, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) friendly tools and activities, and much more. All of these tools and strategies to help students of all ability levels are implemented within his classroom and discussed in his books. Thank you to the Community Advisory Committee for the opportunity to speak on this topic to help teachers and families support students with special needs during this time.
Rising above the challenge – 46th annual occ gate conference: Edtech Integration to Differentiate
On November 14th, 2020, Dr. Rhoads was invited to speak at the OCC Gate Conference to discuss edtech integration to differentiate instruction for GATE students in online and blended learning settings. Within this presentation, he outlined how several prominent edtech tools can be integrated with instructional strategies to engage and differentiate instruction for students. One major aspect of what was discussed in the presentation is the power of digital portfolios and the integration of other edtech tools to help create student artifacts to exemplify their learning now in the present and over time. Thank you OCC Gate Conference for the opportunity!
google educator group socal monthy meet pd – November 2nd, 2020
On November 4th, 2020, Dr. Rhoads led a guest professional development session for GEG SOCAL for their monthly Meet Up professional development. In this session, Dr. Rhoads provided a number of engagement strategies integrated with a wide variety of Google Workspace Apps as well as Wakelet and Pear Deck. Then, he outlined how research-based instructional strategies can be used in any educational setting with the strategic use of edtech tools. Last, Dr. Rhoads discusses the Toggled Term Instructional Model, which outlines how teachers can transition their classrooms between online, blended, and HyFlex/Concurrent instructional models. Thank you for the opportunity GEG SOCAL. It was such a fun experience learning and leading that evening!
Guest appearance on teachers on fire roundtable – Google classroom and seesaw integration
On October 31st 2020, Dr. Rhoads and Alicia Rhoads appeared on the Teachers on Fire Roundtable discussing Google Classroom and Seesaw integration. The panel outlined strategies and instructional applications of how to use both learning management systems in tandem with one another. Mrs. Rhoads provided several key screencasts as she discussed how to incorporate student choice, teacher model, and hyperlinking Seesaw activities within the platform. Dr. Rhoads spoke about how utilizing both learning management systems together provides multi-modal learning all students. In addition, he outlined how Seesaw provides opportunities for teachers, families, and students to see evidence of student learning over time through the journal feature, which can be used a digital portfolio for a particular class for over the duration of the school year. Thank you Tim Casey and the Teachers on Fire Roundtable and podcast for the opportunity to speak about how we utilize both edtech tools together on a daily basis to amplify student learning.
Guest appearance: My Edtech Life podcast – Episode 25: Navigating the Toggled term with matt rhoads, ed.d.
Dr. Rhoads appeared on Aflonso Mendoza’s My Edtech Life Podcast on October 3rd, 2020 to discuss distance learning, blended learning, edtech, and his book “Navigating the Toggled Term.” In this conversation, best practices regarding distance learning and blended learning were discussed as well as the online instructional infrastructure, which allows teachers and schools to toggle between various educational settings. Lastly, we outlined how teachers and parents can create accountability for students by training teachers and parents on how to utilize the various edtech tools being used at their school site and district.
Guest Appearance: 10 minute TEacher podcast with vicki davis – research based strategies for distance learning with matt rhoads, ed.d.
Dr. Rhoads was featured on Episode 702 of the 10 Minute Teacher Podcast with Vicki Davis that was aired September 27th, 2020. In this podcast. Vicki Davis interviewed Dr. Rhoads regarding research-based strategies for distance learning. Within the interview, we discuss how to integrate instructional strategies, having a teacher toolbox of edtech tools and strategies, and how to model and observe online teaching for teachers. Last, we briefly discussed Dr. Rhoads book “Navigating the Toggled Term,” which related to our conversation regarding attendance issues and navigating the challenges of teaching amid a pandemic.
Listen to Episode 702: Research-Based Strategies for Distance Learning with Dr. Matt Rhoads – HERE
Note: Episodes of the 10 Minute Teacher Podcast with Vicki Davis can be streamed on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher.
Supercharger ventures & “The edtech book” online international webinar – Navigating the instructional challenges of the covid-19 pandemic
On September 2nd, 2020, Dr. Rhoads presented at an international webinar on educational technology for SuperCharger Ventures & “The Edech Book.” Dr. Rhoads spoke about the online instructional infrastructure as well as the toggled term instructional model, which allows for educators at any level of education to move interchangeably between online, blended, and traditional educational settings for continuous teaching and learning in lieu of the challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic (more information from the presentation in more detail featured in Rhoads new book Navigating the Toggled Term). Thank you Janos Barberis, Karen Waserstein Engelman, and SuperCharger Ventures for the opportunity!
Guest appearance on Teacher SAves World Podcast: Episode 34 – “Are We Stuck with distance learning?”
On the August 31st, 2020, episode 34 of the Teacher Saves World Podcast was released where I was a featured guest. This episode was called, “Are We Stuck with Distance Learning?” because we discussed navigating distance learning, edtech, and the realities of the toggled term when we had the opportunity to talk about my new book “Navigating the Toggled Term.”
The conversation is insightful, dynamic, and therapeutic in many ways as three teachers outlined our currently reality as we head into the 2020-2021 school year. Teachers, school and district leaders, and parents can learn something from this conversation as we breakdown how to navigate this unprecedented time in K-12 education. Ultimately, through the conservation, we believe the theme “think less is more” is prevailing throughout the conversation, which hopefully can take off some pressure and stress for educators and parents as we head into this school year.
It was a pleasure to speak with Matt and Laurie Jones, two dedicated and experienced educators who truly care about the success of students. Thank you for the opportunity!
Link to the Soundcloud Recording: Episode 34 – “Are We Stuck with Distance Learning”
Be sure to check out more Teacher Saves World podcasts at www.teachersavesworld.com/podcasts.
Concordia University, Irvine “Perfecting the practice Blog” Article Publication
On August 13th, Concordia University, Irvine published an article I recently authored entitled “Building an Online Infrastructure so K-12 Teachers can Toggle their Instruction between Online, Hybrid, and Traditional Educational Settings” in it’s Perfecting the Practice School of Education Blog. Within this article, I preview what I feature in “Navigating the Toggled Term” called the Online Instructional Infrastructure, which discusses how K-12 schools and districts can move interchangeably between online, blended, and traditional educational settings. It is such a blessing to be able to give back. My hope is that teachers, principals, and district leaders take a look at this article and utilize it to help them navigate the instructional challenges of the 2020-2021 school year.
Take a look at the article: Building an Online infrastructure so K-12 Teachers can Toggle their Instruction between Online, Hybrid, and Traditional Educational Settings
“Navigating the Toggled Term” Interview on MindShare Learning Report
On August 6th, 2020, Dr. Rhoads was interviewed on the MindShare Learning Report Podcast on reopening schools and my new book “Navigating the Toggled Term.” Robert, the host of the show, provided some engaging questions related to engaging students in online and blended learning settings and safely reopening schools for blended learning. In addition, we discussed the online instructional infrastructure as well as the notion of toggling between online, blended, and traditional educational settings so learning can be continuous for students. Thank you, Robert and MindShare Learning for the opportunity!
Podcast Info and Link
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Here is the link to the August 6th, 2020 MindShare Learning Podcast.
For more MindShare Learning Podcasts, check them out at www.mindsharelearning.ca
The Future of K-12 is Data Literacy
In this interview published in Paper Learning’s Blog, Dr. Rhoads was interviewed in July 2020 by a panel discussing reopening schools, data-driven decision-making, the importance of data literacy, and his new book “Navigating the Toggled Term.” Thank you Paper Learning for this opportunity to discuss these topics and to share our conversation with the world. Click the link below to access the interview published on Paper Learning’s blog.
Read the Article – Paper Blog: The Future of K-12 is Data Literacy
Educational Leaders Must Build Data Literacy Skills
In this publication, Dr. Rhoads’ doctoral research was highlighted in the January 27th edition of ACSA’s EdCal, which is an online and print editorial for the Association of California Administrators. The article summarizes his research on data literacy and calls upon educational leaders throughout California to build their data literacy skills in order to improve schools and districts in the 21st century. Click the link below to read the article published on EdCal.
EdCal: “Educational Leaders Must Build Data Literacy Skills”
Igniting Your Teaching with Educational Technology: A Resource for New Teachers (2017)
The authors of Igniting Your Teaching with Educational Technology are here to reduce the stress of learning how to use technology in the first few years of teaching. As fellow educators, we understand the challenges you may experience and have written this textbook to support you in your learning. Ultimately, we want you to be to navigate the waters of educational technology without it becoming an additional burden on top of everything else on your plate as a preservice or first-year teacher. We have over one hundred years of combined, total teaching experience, in various capacities, grade levels, and content areas. Igniting Your Teaching with Educational Technology addresses six core themes that are of great significance when using technology in one’s teaching.
Chapter 1: Classroom Management explores classroom management tools for classrooms of all ages of students.
Chapter 2: Learning Management Systems discusses learning management systems that are likely to be central to your student teaching experience and as a first-year teacher.
Chapter 3: Assessing Learning addresses measuring student learning using technology, using both formative and summative approaches.
Chapter 4: Collaboration Tools outlines tools you can utilize with your students as well as your colleagues and professors to contribute to the creation of a resource together.
Chapter 5: Selection of Educational Technology describes how preservice teachers can select technological tools and applications for various experiences and situations they may encounter as teachers.
Chapter 6: Professional Development via Social Media provides information regarding how to use social media to network with other teachers as well as to grow professionally as an educator.
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