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Professional Development Lists and Newsgroups

Tip: Professional developers grow by connecting with others who have similar interests. Here are some online opportunities that work for me. You might want to check these out. Community — 7 mailing lists — check NetHappenings Classroom Connect’s Newsletter and select Professional Development Globe
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Professional developers grow by connecting with others who have similar interests. Here are some online opportunities that work for me. You might want to check these out.

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Marge Shasberger
Instructional Technology Specialist
Placer County Office of Education

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