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So yesterday I applied to be an ESL coach.

And today, I’m sitting in Dynamic Landscapes’ Keynote on PLCs. And I’m wondering where I’m going. I need to contribute. Gosh, Jennifer Legarde has won me over!

We need to “pay it forward to other teachers.” Her words, not mine.

So, my students this summer, can you teach me to be a better coach, whether I get this job or not??? The way to do that is to share.

Jennifer had this great idea to tweet and get people from all over everywhere to take pictures of themselves reading so she could then turn that information over to others. And she had author Neil Gaiman as her first respondents. Too cool. That big people listen to what little people say. But there’s not really big and little people. Just people. Some more known than others.

And she says we need to be more involved in Twitter.

She’s right.

I should listen.


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