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Turn your learning inside out

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This was a presentation we used to talk to district teachers about the importance of sharing your student work OUT and where to share...

This was a presentation we used to talk to district teachers about the importance of sharing your student work OUT and where to share...

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    • Turn your learning inside<OUT
    • ONEROOM SEEMSSOSMALL
    • UNTILHEINVITESUS “TOBEHISNEIGHBORS”
    • He would see something interesting
    • And then HE would visit, learn more, and SHARE
    • I love to “Visit” my Neighbors
    • MY FIRST ADVENTURE OUTSIDE SCHOOL WALLS
    • 13,492 views!
    • 13,492 views! 75 YEARS
    • 13,492 views! 202,380 students
    • I’m not gonna write a book. I already reach more people than just about every author alive and if I took time out to write something new, I wouldn’t be able to do this. — Bob Lefsetz, music industry writer
    • You see I love the connection. Even more I love the writing. This is what I do. I don’t believe in selling, I believe in creating. That’s what creators want… To be part of the public discussion. — Bob Lefsetz, music industry writer
    • Revisit the power of Why/WHAT?
    • WHAT IS GOING ON HERE?
    • CHOOSE YOUR HOOD
    • FACEBOOK
    • PINTEREST
    • REMEMBER THAT EARLIER PHOTO I SAW ON FACEBOOK?
    • TWITTER
    • Google+
    • What’s a Ning?
    • Instagram
    • BLOGS: Brad Ovenell-Carter
    • ● ● ● ● ●