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Thank you for being a part of our #cyberPD community! +Cathy Mere and I absolutely love the way this group works to learn more together and push our thinking! (More...)

Looking forward to conversations starting the first week of July. As a reminder: Make #cyberPD work with your schedule. Read, reflect and post when you can during the week. Stop by, read some other reflections and please comment. The conversations are what drive our learning & make #cyberPD work!

Any questions, concerns, or comments along the way, please let us know!

Let the reading being ...
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Sara shared this on Twitter and I thought I’d share here ... Yes, the book is geared for Grades 4-12, but Kristi Mraz shares how even K-3 teachers can find so much value in reading and joining in our #cyberPD conversations around #BeingTheChange!

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Let’s dig in and be the change! Can’t wait to read & discuss this with you all!

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Here we go!!! This year's #cyberPD title is....

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One new book to my pile and several that I have read parts of that I want to dig deeper into this summer. Our district 3-5 literacy team is reading Every Child is a Super Reader. I always enjoy looking at everyone's photos and learning together #cyberPD
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Looking forward to #cyberPD this summer! Keeping my stack to a reasonable number was hard because there are so many great books out there! Can't wait to hear the selection for this year.
Summer Professional Reading
Summer Professional Reading
literacyonthemind.com

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I cannot believe it is time to share our summer stacks! Here is the current stack I have on my bookshelf.....but it is growing with all of the titles that I am adding based on the others posted here. I love the sharing and collaboration that #cyberPD creates!
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When will we know the title of the book for this summer?

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Shouldn’t try to do these things on my phone! Here’s my list. One is from last summer, & one has been on my nightstand since January!
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No time to do something fancy with the book covers tonight, but some books I am planning (hoping to read?) this summer:

1) Embarrassment- Tom Newkirk
2) It's All About the Books- Tammy Mulligan and Claire Landrigan
3) 180 Days- Penny Kittle and Kelly Gallagher
4) Literacy Essentials- Regie Routman
5) Engaging Children- Ellin Keene
6) Poems Are Teachers- Amy Ludwig Vanderwater
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