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MSEA Summer Training Series 2010

Teaching and Learning: Professional Development Institute

Are you baffled by all the privacy concerns surrounding Facebook to the point that you’re uneasy about using this popular social network? How about all the hoopla surrounding Twitter? What is Twitter anyway? You’ll get thorough answers to these questions and hands-on experience with these and other social media tools, as well as understand how their uses can help rebuild our union and profession in the 21st Century! You will learn how to use web resources and technology to organize, engage, and mobilize members, leaders, parents, and the community around local association concerns e.g. student achievement, membership, collective bargaining, elections and other legislative issues.

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