Appropriate to our conversation today...


I keep having this idea about the different waves we have encountered through this pandemic. I am looking to write a think piece of the weekend about my experience. Not sure if this might help our initiatives that we talked about today. Based on what we said today, it seems like we all have a different approach to this experience as it related to teaching.



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Is it as simple as writing down our experiences and emphasizing the importance of CONNECTION? Then Angela can promote her curriculum; Howard can emphasize the need for his projects; Mara can promote Microschools and perhaps how districts can begin this idea (if that is the direction you are going);  


Do we start a Learning Revolutionaries Blog that we can promote and crosspost on other projects we are working on?


Angela- Thrive

Rebecca- NJCEC Monthly Newsletter

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