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EVO = Love!

thumb-85291f21f664264c6b0cb83040d9ad1bI just love Electronic Village Online.

Free professional development, just there for the asking. All by teachers who are teaching English learners. So everything is targeted specifically at educators facing the same challenges.

Three years ago, I learned how to make an ebook. Two years ago, I learned about flipped learning. Last year, it was Minecraft.

And it’s all free.

I wonder what I’ll chose to learn this year… It’s recommended that you sign up for no more than two sessions, because it is a bit demanding. I’ve only been successful with one.

Connecting with teachers all over the globe for five weeks. It’s so much fun!

Here are all the deets.

Sign up January 1-8.

Why don’t you come join me this year?

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