Guest post via @mrsmacgregor206: Three Reboots and a Challenge

What we can’t forget is the wisdom of the amazing educators who came before us and developed meaningful lessons 10, 15, even 20+ years ago. The essence of those lessons and classroom management techniques are still valuable, so rebooting the classics with an updated twist is a way to keep the ‘baby’ when we change the ‘bath water’.

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Guest Post via @wmjackson: 21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon

              21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach FlBlogCon Education Speaker 2014 Being great on Social Media is not a thing of chance, it is the ability to be comfortable in your digital life as a content creator, digital innovator, thought leader, graphic artist, […]

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Guest post via @bkulak11: Debarked

Brian Kulak is the founder of Leveluplead.com and author of the upcoming book, Level Up Leadership: Advance Your EduGame. Brian is a K-5 principal in New Jersey, a writer and speaker, and a proud husband and father. Follow him on Twitter @bkulak11.  Provide Student Voice in Everything You Do When we arrived at the rescue shelter […]

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Guest Post via @wmjackson: Authors Should Understand the Value of Their Brands

  Authors Should Understand the Value of Their Brands by William Jackson, My Quest to Teach and Regina Edwards, Authors Roundtable The Jacksonville Public Library’s “Authors Roundtable” meets monthly at the Highlands Branch of the Jacksonville Public Library. William Jackson of My Quest to Teach presented the use of Social Media platforms and tools to […]

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Guest Post via @wmjackson: Caution for Teachers That Blog In The Digital Age

      Caution for Teachers That Blog In The Digital Age by William Jackson, M.Ed. #MyQuestToTeach Many teachers believe they have the absolute First Amendment right to post anything they want on social networking sites, including party pix and diatribes about the boss. After all, they’re on their own time and using their own […]

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