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3rd Grade Teacher from Gainesville, FL

Book Clubs

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I loved your idea about participating in a book club! I absolutely love reading in my spare time, but I rarely meet people reading the same book at the same time I am. I love to talk about the book and discuss what is going on with others, and I feel that starting a book club at school or with a group of friends would be a great thing to do during the summer. If I couldn't find anyone, an online club is such a great idea. I don't know why I did not think of that earlier. Great suggestions! :)

First Grade Teacher from Miami, Florida

Hi Lisa! I really enjoyed

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Hi Lisa!

I really enjoyed reading your blog and I also enjoy banana splits. One thing I remember fondly was not wanting to attend summer school when I was little. I think your tips on the other hand does the trick to remain engaged and enjoying it at the same time. I am interested in checking out some Webinars. This summer I have been taking a technology class and I have learned so much! I feel if I can build on this excitement of learning new things in the summer, I will be in the perfect mind set to get my students motivated for the new school year.

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Thanks for stopping by the

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Thanks for stopping by the blog, Dan! I appreciate your comments. Will definitely check out your webinar link. Thanks again!

Webinars

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Attending free webinars is a great point. It's a great way to see what's new in education and what your school can possibly change in the upcoming school year. With classrooms evolving quickly with technology, it's important to stay ahead of the students if possible. You should take a look at the webinars that CrossTec offers every month. The webinars are great for seeing how classrooms have changed in the 21st century.

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Great article! I think all your points are great recommendations

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