All posts by Eliza Kano-Bower

What’s on TeachersConnect Today?!

Week of December 10th

Every week TeachersConnect is full of teachers asking great questions, sharing amazing resources, and discussing professional challenges. Learn about the teacher who posted this week’s post of the week and dig into a few of our popular recent posts!

 

Post of the Week By: Jennifer Bond!

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What’s on TeachersConnect Today?!

Week of November 26th

Every week TeachersConnect is full of teachers asking great questions, sharing amazing resources, and discussing professional challenges. Learn about the teacher who posted this week’s post of the week and dig into a few of our popular recent posts!

 

Post of the Week By: Devontae Kelley!

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What’s on TeachersConnect Today?!

Week of November 12th

Every week TeachersConnect is full of teachers asking great questions, sharing amazing resources, and discussing professional challenges. Learn about the teacher who posted this week’s post of the week and dig into a few of our popular recent posts!

 

Post of the Week By: Sharai Gulley!

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What’s on TeachersConnect Today?!

Week of November 5th

Every week TeachersConnect is full of teachers asking great questions, sharing amazing resources, and discussing professional challenges. Learn about the teacher who posted this week’s post of the week and dig into a few of our popular recent posts!

 

Post of the Week By: Aaron Riedl!

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What’s on TeachersConnect Today?!

Week of October 29th

Every week TeachersConnect is full of teachers asking great questions, sharing amazing resources, and discussing professional challenges. Learn about the teacher who posted this week’s post of the week and dig into a few of our popular recent posts!

 

Post of the Week By: Wandiza Williams!

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Create Deeper Connections with “Conversations”

You asked, we listened. Now you can chat with your TC colleagues in real time!

The promise of TeachersConnect has always been to allow you to develop deeper and more meaningful professional relationships than existing social media and professional learning sites. The new “Conversations” messaging feature helps you do just that. Continue reading Create Deeper Connections with “Conversations”

Better Together: When Teachers Collaborate Students Win

Better Togetheran exclusive video from TeachersConnect on what it means to “get better” as a teacher. Star teacher video blogger, La Tawnya Robinson, has gathered a funny, thoughtful and deeply insightful crew of new and experienced K-12 teachers from around the country. Take a peek at these teachers as they describe:

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You Could Win a $500 GRAND PRIZE…

Refer a Teacher Friend Today!

Add joy and great resources to your classroom–on us. Invite your teacher friends and colleagues to join TeachersConnect and get a shot at a $500 GRAND PRIZE or a $50 second prize! 

For each friend who becomes a member using your personalized link, you get one chance to win. The more referrals you make, the better your chances to win (10 new accounts from your referrals = 10 chances to win). Start sharing your personalized link today. Continue reading You Could Win a $500 GRAND PRIZE…

Creating Engaging Posts!

Well designed posts receive far more views, comments, and activity on TeachersConnect. To ensure your posts don’t get passed over, follow these simple guidelines and check out the example below!

  1. Does an ugly robot appear next to all of your posts? Get rid of that thing by uploading a profile photo. Go to your profile, click edit profile, and edit your personal information to change your photo. Teachers will be much more likely to pay attention to your smiling face than an ugly robot!
  2. Title your post. Use the ‘Title Button’ or put your title in Bold to tell teachers what your post is about right off the bat.
  3. Break up large chunks of text with line breaks, quotes, lists, or bullets.
  4. Upload a photo! What’s the saying: “A photo is worth a thousand words”? Spice up your post with an image that relates to it.
  5. Include a document. Teachers love resources! If you have a resource to go with your post include it.