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Educators: What motivates you?

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Back to school is an exciting time – both for students and educators. While back to school in itself might be motivation to develop yourself professionally, when you have a moment of downtime, what do you find motivates you?

Take a look at what those attending the ISTE conference felt motivated them in their role as educators.The I AM [an educator] sharing project was created by Atomic Learning to acknowledge educators (as well as all those who inspire, encourage and support them), and honor all that they do to ensure today's students receive the best education. Do you have your own I AM [an educator]story to tell?

PD tips courtesy ofAtomic Learning



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