The Educator's PLN

The personal learning network for educators

All Members (19,707)

Josh patterson

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Kim Gilley

Everton, AR, United States

Ruth Gibson

Morgantown, WV, United States

Amanda Bise

Grafton, WV, United States

Lynn Cartan

Newcastle, Ontario, Canada

Faezah Muhammad

Baltimore, MD, United States

Sarah Jaklitsch

Baltimore, MD, United States

Edward Hunt

Washington, DC, United States

Max Trow-Shaw

Tallulah, LA, United States

Marissa Kagele

San Jose, CA, United States

Lisa Walton

Chestertown, MD, United States

Kayla Hug

Baltimore, MD, United States

Ryan Larson

Orangeburg, SC, United States

Brooke Shine

Atlanta, GA, United States

Mariela Camarillo

Houston, TX, United States

Katherine Frakes

Charleston, SC, United States

Sarah Shlafmitz

Brooklyn, NY, United States

Melissa Shaull-Thompson

Monkton, MD, United States

Chelsea Adams

Washington, DC, United States

Ashley Weeks

Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia

Sharon Williams

Griffin, GA, United States


Thomas Whitby created this Ning Network.

Latest Activity

Profile IconSonya Jane Olopai, Henry Trunk, Khalid J Tellis and 1 more joined The Educator's PLN
Profile IconDarca Saxton, Yvonne Mercredi, Kyle Renchen and 13 more joined The Educator's PLN
Oliver Maurice posted a blog post

How to get a PhD

A Ph.D. is the terminal degree for some fields, and it prepares graduates for faculty and research positions at universities. Earning a Ph.D. requires advanced coursework, examinations and a dissertation analyzing original research. This article discusses what must be done to obtain a Ph.D.The first step in the journey toward completing a doctoral degree is to obtain an undergraduate degree. For the best start, choose a bachelor’s degree program at a regionally accredited university.…See More
Carolyn Sutton liked Monica Stream's discussion Question: Using Makerspace in Algebra
Jun 10
Sonya Jane Olopai liked Kaitlyn Martin's group Middle School Language Arts
Jun 10
Oliver Maurice posted a blog post

Overcoming writers block

Writer’s block is a term you’ve probably heard often. The amazing and confusing thing about writer’s block is that people apply the term to drastically different experiences. For many, “writer’s block” means a frustrating but temporary stall in their progress. For some authors, though, the phrase looms nightmarishly large and describes a recurring and debilitating struggle to move ideas from their mind to the page.Under the pressure of deadlines, almost everyone—from students to professors to…See More
Jun 8
Candace Knihniski is now a member of The Educator's PLN
Jun 7
Alvin John Ernst updated their profile
Jun 4


Awards And Nominations

© 2018   Created by Thomas Whitby.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service