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101 Low and No-Cost Promotions for Your School Fundraiser

Posted on February 14, 2011 at 3:12pm 0 Comments

I believe there is one relationship within a school that is the most important - the relationship between teacher and parent.  Teachers that communicate to parents directly and encourage a partnership of student development and learning create a bond and trust and parents want to be actively involved.

 

Enter school fundraisers. 

 

Many times, teachers resist supporting fundraising from the parent group or principal because it interferes with the…

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7 Easy Steps for Creating Your Own PLN

Posted on August 5, 2010 at 4:30pm 0 Comments





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Personal learning networks are becoming more and more important to educators. We felt it was a good time to share what we've learned so far. We think PLN's are so important that we created a Slidecast in the hopes that the information presented is valuable as others.



We have seen first-hand how powerful discovering a… Continue

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