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Share the wealth! Toot your own horn! Did you make a small change in your library program that made a big difference? Submit it as an advocacy tip of the day.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has been watching the activities during Connected Educator Month and regularly tweeting tweeting about them. He says:
“The model of continuous learning and problem solving within these online spaces is integral to teaching and leading in the 21st century.
Get connected with other educators either inside or outside of your building and develop your plan for life long learning! http://connectededucators.org/cem
The cities have been announced for the Education Drives America bus tour! Is Secretary of Education Arne Duncan visiting your district? If he was, what would you do to prepare and ensure the school library were part of the conversation? Take those steps, then invite your local elected officials into your school library!
Check out the archive of AASL member Michelle Luhtala’s webinar “How to Build A Rockin’ Volunteer Program.” Presented as part of Connected Educator Month, Michelle discusses how to build a great volunteer program to help deal with the combination of increasing mandates and funding challenges. (Note: The title of the event on your registration confirmation reads “Emerging Technologies.)
Attend one of the events during Connected Educator Month’s Leadership Week taking place August 16-24. Events will highlight opportunities for building, district, and state leaders to collaborate and learn online. connectededucators.org/cem
Looking for some fresh ideas or resources for the new school year? Check out the Literacy in Learning Exchange. http://www.literacyinlearningexchange.org