Community Is What We Need
She gives me credit for the idea, but this past April, Alice Keeler began a Facebook Community : Teacher Tech! And it has grown faster and larger than I had ever anticipated. We are an international group. We all have unique talent sets and we use those to help one another. The way educators share with other educators constantly makes me proud to be part of this community. I am blessed to be part of the admin team, and I just want to invite YOU to join our group if you haven’t already.
Sometimes it’s the “Google” group for educator tech problems. Have a problem? Someone can help!
There are times when we network in the group and share blogs or our YouTube pages. Follow Roger Hamilton on his YouTube Channel: Teacherman91!!
We have interviews with amazing educators who are making waves and we share the latest of what is available. We are growing and learning together.
We Need YOU!
But if you aren’t in our group, are we even complete? Don’t worry, we have tech beginners as well as every level through advanced. The thing is, we share, and when we grow and learn, we keep sharing. That is what makes our group so beautiful and powerful.
So don’t go it alone, join us! And if you are already in our community, thanks so much for being you! You make it the best virtual place to learn and be.
See you soon!
About the Author
Melody McAllister is a wife, mother of five, educator, and author. She and her family relocated to Alaska from the Dallas area in 2019. McAllister is 2017 Garland NAACP Educator of the Year and author of the I’m Sorry Story, a children’s book about taking responsibility for mistakes and making sincere apologies. She is also the Logistics Manager for EduMatch Publishing. McAllister has spoken at ISTE and ASTE about equity issues in education, and writes about her journey in her blog, HeGaveMeAMelody.com.
1 thought on “You Are Invited to our Teacher Tech FB Community!”
Teaching in a school implementing synchronous distance learning is
equivalent to being a first year teacher
except an experienced teacher can measure
the strength/efficacy of the classroom community
academic progress and
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