Professional Learning and Advocacy Using Twitter

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Image courtesy of McCormick Center

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Kara Lehnhardt, TEC Center Friend and Director of Technology Initiatives at the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership, shares her “ah ha” moment about Twitter as a tool for professional engagement and advocacy as a more connected educator in the McCormick Center blog post “140 Characters + Me: Leveraging Twitter for Advocacy.”  In a short video created from the tool VideoScribe, Kara describes her journey of finding ways to constructively use this social media tool for her professional growth and advocate the importance of early childhood.

Read more about 140 Characters + Me: Leveraging Twitter for Advocacy from the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership

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