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Positively Persistent Teach: Announcing The First Tumblr Teachers Summer Book Club Selection! ⇢

teamteachers:

We had over 70 people vote for the summer book club. I would love for everyone to participate, and if you did not vote but want to join in you are more than welcome to.

When people voted, they were asked to rate 4 different books on a scale 1-10 to show how interested they were…

Oh I am participating! Although I may enter a little bit late.

Source: teamteachers

A friendly reminder for Tumblr Teachers…

Team Teachers launched last week as a place for teachers on Tumblr to collaborate. One of its goals is to make it easier for teachers on Tumblr to find other educators and education-related posts.

On that note, this is your friendly reminder to check out the list of the teaching tags that Team Teachers has started to compile (based on Tumblr teacher recommendations). While these are not tracked tags, if educators on Tumblr begin to use uniform tags, it will make it easier to pinpoint the resources or post you are most interested in. If you are interested in a tag you don’t see listed, submit it as a suggestion! Happy Tumbling :)

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Who I am: A fourth year high school history teacher at an urban(ish) high school in New Jersey.

What I blog about: Stuff related to education I like, and stuff I hope can help other teachers out. Technology, deals on supplies, helpful books. My focus lately is on educational technology & related resources. Occasionally, I also post things related to education reform. Because I post articles that I feel will be of interest to teachers with varying views, the political-related posts made here do not necessarily reflect my beliefs or opinions, nor do they reflect the beliefs of my employer.

What I like learning & reading about: Other teacher's opinions about and experiences with teaching & education. How I can enrich my classroom and reach out to my students. If you write about this stuff, let me know, because I probably want to read it.

What you should submit: Anything that could help a teacher.


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