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  1. Brooke Hight

    I only began building my PLN a few weeks ago and I have already seen the immense impact it has had on my enthusiasm for my profession. I have learned about the inspiration and growth that come from global collaboration and connection with people around common interests. I am excited to learn through others' blogs and try all of their fabulous ideas in my classroom. Thanks to @gcouros for lighting the flame that has ignited a renewed excitement for my teaching and learning.

  2. Abigail

    I've started thinking about what my PLN might look like. I attended one of your sessions at teacher's convention this year, and since then, I've been increasingly aware of my need to collaborate with others and of the possibility (this hadn't been so clear before!!!) to use technology to my advantage in meeting that need. I'm even considering using the blog that I created in your session. Reading other teachers' blogs has become an obsession this summer, and I have been able to take organizational ideas and technology integration ideas from several blogs and figure out ways to use them in my classroom this year.

  3. Dwight Carter

    George,

    Great post! I love the image and metaphor of the intersection. The quote says it all!

    Be Great,

    Dwight

  4. Hi, I also have got mine own blog and I want to write on it what I found on yours. You wrote interesting things and I want to use your words on my blog. Is it posiible? Thanks.

  5. Dawn Minutelli

    Went to a PD today led by a fellow principal and he helped me begin to build a PLN. I now have all of my accounts in Flipboard and I am looking forward to learning from all of you.

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