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Saturday, January 21, 2017
"Charge up your PLN! A Credit Card with No Expiration Date!"
Presenters: Peggy George and Kim Thomas

In these times of severe budget cuts and compelling needs for meaningful professional development for teachers, we need high quality, no-cost/low-cost alternatives. They must be flexible and support teachers who are eager to take charge of their own learning in relevant, meaningful ways at times that work for them (“PD on Demand”). Claim your “Super Hero Credit Card” and learn about how to build your PLN through fantastic resources for free, online webinars, virtual conferences, Twitter, Pinterest, Periscope, blogs, Livebinders, and much more. Charge Up Your Super Powers by Charging Up Your PLN!

In this webinar Peggy and Kim will share a Livebinder full of resources to help you build your own professional learning network through participation in and collaboration with many free, virtual learning opportunities.
*Take a guided tour of specific free conferences, webinars and resources available for global educators and receive an introduction to Livebinders as a powerful tool for curating and sharing resources
*Receive tips and resources for tools that will support your learning and sharing including Twitter, Pinterest, Periscope, Blab, blogs and more
*Takeaway: access to the entire Livebinder of curated PD resources to fully explore following the session.

Dr. Peggy George is a retired educator who lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and has been a professional educator for over 50 years with many roles including principal, teacher, special education director and university pre-service teacher education instructor at ASU-W. She hosts the weekly Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinars, is a STAR Discovery Educator and member of the K12 Online Conference Organizer Team. She is an Organizer for EdCampPhoenix and a regular volunteer moderator in the virtual conferences hosted by Steve Hargadon via the Learning Revolution.

Kim Thomas is the Technology Integration Specialist in the Madison School District in Phoenix, AZ. For 16 years she has been fortunate enough to be able to follow her passion of working with teachers and students in finding fun and interesting ways to integrate technology. She is also an Organizer for EdCampPhoenix and a STAR Discovery Educator. Prior to this position Kim was a 4th-6th grade teacher in the Glendale Elementary School District.

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On the Classroom 2.0 LIVE! site ( you'll find the recordings and Livebinder from our recent “Imagineering Your Classroom: 21 Disney Projects and Applications to Engage Students” session with Dr. Howie DiBlasi. Click on the Archives and Resources tab.

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