Share Your Best Work

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Peter Paccone describes 8 ways you can share your best lessons, ideas and more with your fellow teachers!

In a recent Edutopia article, Peter Paccone writes that teachers who share their work are reflective in their practice and striving to be better teachers. You might want to share a successful lesson, a reflection on your lesson, a reflection on your teaching, or even student work products.

You can read the full article on Edutopia: Sharing Your Best Work With Other Teachers 

(share lessons, video & photos via social media)

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Peter is a good friend and supporter of the My Tech Toolbelt Podcast, and recently recorded an episode on how he uses Kahoot in his AP US History class.

For more information, to contact Peter, or to get links to resources mentioned in this episode see our website: http://www.mytechtoolbelt.com/episode-020.html


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Shannon Tabaldo

Shannon is a podcaster, a professor and a parent in the Los Angeles area. My Tech Toolbelt Podcast highlights teachers who innovate, engage and inspire using technology in their classroom. Shannon is a Professor at Loyola Marymount University in the School of Edcation.

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