Good early morning from Maine exactly where the solar is shining and it is really heading to be a great midsummer weekend! Today, I’m encouraging with the motor vehicle exhibit at our community’s Founder’s Day celebration. And tomorrow we’re likely to enjoy some time stress-free in our backyard, driving bikes, and picking wild blackberries (yum!). I hope that you have an similarly enjoyment weekend planned for oneself. 

This 7 days I hosted two additional webinars in my Realistic Ed Tech Summer season Webinars collection. Thank you to all people who has joined a person so considerably. I’m internet hosting two additional in advance of the stop of July. Learn more about them right listed here.

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6. Greatest of 2022 So Far – Brush Ninja Updates
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July and August Webinars!
Starting this week I’m hosting a series of Functional Ed Tech webinars. You can register for one particular or all of them. Read about them right here or adhere to the one-way links below to sign up.

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