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Why Do Teachers Quit?

Why Do Teachers Quit?

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Posted: November 8, 2009
Category: Blogging & Technology




14221_workday_6I have been getting more and more into sharing information via Twitter recently. With 1,300 RSS subscribers, and only 850 Twitter followers, I know that not all of my readers are getting all of the links that I share. I thought it might be fun to share with you some of the links that I came across last month and shared on Twitter. If you aren’t following me on Twitter yet, you should start: @sywtt

Also, if you’re on Google Wave and would like to add me, feel free! My address is soyouwanttoteach.com@googlewave.com





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Comments

    1. Dorotha110 says:

      Hi,
      Thanks for such a nice links. Keep up the good work.

    2. Lynda says:

      Thanks, these are great! I have some resources to add to the list. I'm trying to get concerned teachers and parents to pay attention to what schools are using to disinfect for H1N1. Many donít realize that cleaning supplies are often more hazardous than the H1N1virus itself. Even bleach, because it has to be diluted properly (and usually isn't) can be dangerous when incorrectly used. Here are some resources to help parents determine what their schools are using, and what they should be using: H1N1 in Schools and Environmental Working Group Report on Schools

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