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I would benefit from blogging if I could connect with other Pre-K teachers. Is there a way to use your site in such a way? Also, my campus uses a direct instruction curriculum that I have mixed feeling about. I am interested in communicating with other professionals who have used or are using a DI curriculum, such as Language for Learning.

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I would benefit for making contact from other 4th grade teachers who teach Math and Science, so we can share ideas. I would love to share teaching strategies.

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I would like to be able to learn more about technology and how it can be used in an authentic, as well as cost efficient way with intermediate and middle school students. I specifically teach general music right now for grades K-6, but am really looking for more ideas of what to use with my 3rd-6th graders.

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