4 Replies Latest reply: Aug 28, 2012 4:02 PM by mso RSS

Why should you spend 15 minutes a day on Thinkfinity Community?

Jane Brown Master
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I know you all are very busy as school activities and personal needs consume your time. However, spending 15 minutes a day on Thinkfinity Community is a way to address your professional goals.  It isn't a matter of time but a matter of priority.


August is Connected Educators' month and what better resolution than to connect with educators on Thinkfinity Community.


Why: You all have collaborated with educators in your building/district, but by extending your networking and collaborative efforts beyond your physical location you will find different perspectives and discover new ideas. Having a problem?  Start a discussion and someone will have a solution to try that you wouldn't have thought of.


How: Take 15 minutes each morning to search for a new resource, either created by our Content Partners and/or recommended by our members, to enhance your classroom instruction.  Review the latest discussions in the Community Hub to read what educators are discussing.


Thinkfinity is your Professional Learning Community (PLC) and you will want to spend a little time in our Help Center reviewing the documents listed on our Thinkfinity Community Help Index to understand how best to use the new Thinkfinity and make it work for you.


Tell us about your use of Thinkfinity Community. Why should you spend 15 minutes a day on Thinkfinity Community? How can you work it into your busy schedule? Where do you go when you are in the community and why? What do you do when you are on?


Jane Brown

Thinkfinity Community Manager

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