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Follett Announces Follett Community

Follett Community provides members a space to share ideas, solutions, and collaborate with other K-12 learning professionals.
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An online gathering place where teachers, administrators and librarians can share knowledge and engage in discussions on a wide range of topics, Follett Community provides members a space to share ideas, solutions, and collaborate with other K-12 learning professionals.

Follett Community is organized into six groups: Follett Print and Digital Content, Technology, Lead My District, Manage My School, Enrich My Classroom and Enhance My Library. The Community will be hosting professional development webinars. Upcoming topics being include “Everybody Code: Teaching and Learning an Essential 21st Century Skill” (Shannon McClintock Miller on Dec. 8), “Ditching Dewey” (Tiffany Whitehead), “Improving Communication with Parents and Students with Aspen” (Hank Thiele), and “Librarians as Change Agents: The Expertise is Right Here” (Mark Ray). Topics planned for other webinars include gamification, makerspaces and project-based learning.

Membership is free and open to all educators. For more information, visit www.FollettCommunity.com

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