10+ Ways to Recharge Your Batteries Over the Summer

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“A key to growing as an educator is to keep company mainly with educators who uplift You, whose presence inspire You and whose dedication drives You.” – Robert John Meehan

The school year may have left you exhausted. Now you need to take time for yourself and go on some learning adventures of your own! Below are slides from my recent presentation, tips and resources to help you recharge. The ideas will spark your imagination, ignite your curiosity, and get you pumped up to try new things with your students. Click the headings in the slide presentation below to visit the resources.

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Tips and Resources

“Take rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop.” – OvidEscape technology, people, and worriesRecharge with books- Book chats/studies, audio books, author virtual events, #BookCampPD, @HackMyLearning, @EduMatchBooks, @BurgessDave, @Foundations_incPodcasts-Journal or blog- Edublogs, Medium, WordPress, Weebly, Google Sites, Wix Sketchnote- #Passthesketchnote, #Doodleandchat, #SketchnotefeverVirtual group fun! Games, Karaoke, Dancing, Exercise, Celebrations, Watch PartiesConnect with educators online!  Twitter Chats, webinars, MOOCs, online courses, online conferences, virtual events, livestreams, Edcamps, Facebook groups, #HashtagsFind your hashtag community!  #Edchat, #Edtech, #Elearning, #ESL, #Remotelearning, #TLAP, #TESOLTwitter chats- Sites.google.com/site/twittereducationchats/education-chat-calendarFacebook groups, pages and live eventsWebinarsVirtual conferences, summits and eventsOnline courses and MOOCsChallenges and Calendars💡Discover more ways to integrate technology effectively by taking one of my fully accredited online courses or get one of my books!

Schools worldwide are in need of educators who can engage students of all ages in an online platform and facilitate students’ learning success virtually. In the course, Online Learning: Best Practices to Leverage the Power of Distance Learning, participants discover hands-on how to continue the learning process at a distance even during inclement weather, a health crisis or other safety issue. Additionally, participants will create distance learning products and receive feedback from their peers and the instructor, a global leader in online learning, Shelly Sanchez Terrell (@ShellTerrell). For more information about this class, click here.

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