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Richard Musal
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The First Follower....
This video demonstrates the importance of the First Follower in the creation of a Movement.  So basically the Leader needs to be easy to follow.  What does this mean?  This means that to be effective as a leader you need to be an excellent communicator.  Yo...
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Some insight into my personal life.  I am happily married for almost 6 years.  I am a Netflix addict.  My favorite genres are action, adventure, crime dramas, superhero and supernatural.  I enjoy skeet shooting, rock wall climbing, skiing, snowboarding, and...
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Sounds Exciting...
After watching Professor Murdoch's video I am intrigued.  This is the first blended class I will be participating in.  The premise seems to be about actually putting our skills to the test.  This sounds like it will be fun.  My only worry is when will we be...
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Excited about this.  I think the more in our community that get on this system the easier everyone's lives will be.  This is a game changer!
 
Drive: a more featureful file-storage solution
With unlimited* storage, fine-grained permissions, and increased accessibility, Drive represents a significant upgrade to your Home-Server account.  Access Drive from the Gmail launcher or by navigating to http://drive.manhattan.edu The video below highligh...
With unlimited* storage, fine-grained permissions, and increased accessibility, Drive represents a significant upgrade to your Home-Server account.  Access Drive from the Gmail launcher or by navigating to http://drive.manhat...
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Every month we host many #GoogleEdu webinars to discuss new trends, tips, and tricks in the world of educational technology.

What kinds of topics are you interested in learning more about in our upcoming webinars?
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Learning how to go 1:1 successfully
30%
Increasing teamwork among students
26%
Supporting K-2 early learners
19%
Preparing a successful tech deployment
19%
Other: Tell us in the comments
5%
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Examining the "What is Consulting?" Video
This video presents a nice breakdown of focuses and types of consulting. The really nice thing about this is that it is calming. A go to thought when thinking about becoming a consultant is: "I have to be an expert in everything so that I can cover my bas...
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Reflections on Chapters 1-3
Though it was not assigned, I took the time to read through "What's New".  I highly recommend others do as well.  Not that it is necessarily super related to Consulting, but it was interesting to read about how our social structure has changed.  He was talk...
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Educators can get a pebble for $60
And if you're a qualifying student, you can have it for $20 less. Quick, somebody get me a college kid! Plus: a seriously sweet Xbox freebie.
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Most of us feel like we have too much to do--but acting like a victim of your to-do list won't help.
When it comes to managing your time, many people feel like they have a crushing number of requests coming at them that make them a victim to their circumstances. "There's always too much to do. Everyone just keeps piling more work on me." Sound familiar? If so, you're not alone, but you should stop playing the victim and own the situation.
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For fast feedback in Docs, use students' email addresses to add them directly to comments. #GAFE 
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Donna Murdoch's profile photo
Kathryn Sacca's profile photo
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John Smitherz's profile photo
Kristen Cuppek's profile photo
Tom Reingold's profile photo
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