WEP 0039: 140 Twitter Tips for Educators with Brad Currie

5556211In this podcast, Kelly Croy interviews Brad Currie, the author of the hot new book, 140 Twitter Tips for Educators. The interview covers areas of interest for every educator! Brad Currie is an amazing resource for all educators and shares so much in this interview.

Brad is the Dean of Students and Supervisor of Instruction for the Chester School District in Chester, NJ. He is also the Founding Partner and Chief Information Officer for Evolving Educators LLC. Brad began his career in 2001 as a Middle School Social Studies and Computer Education Teacher for the Hanover Township School District in Whippany, New Jersey. He is a 2014 ASCD Emerging Leader, Google Certified Educator, Google Education Trainer, author of All Hands on Deck: Tools for Connecting Parents, Educators, and Communitie. He has also the author of Personalized PD: Flipping Your Professional Development and the newly released 140 Twitter Tips for Educators.

Follow Brad on Twitter at www.twitter.com/bradmcurrie

Connect with Brad at his website at: www.bradcurrie.net

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Jennie Mageria’s new book: Courageous Adventures. Grab it.

Brad Currie’s new book 140 Twitter Tips for Educator.

The two most influential books Brad has read:

• Digital Leadership by Eric Sheninger 

and

• What Great Educators Do Differently by Todd Whitaker

• Brad says all teachers become a Google Certified Educator. Here’s how to it. Boom!
• Brad really likes this: Flipgrid. Try it out.



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