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Welcome to the fourth episode of our DIY Literacy video series. People have been sending in their #DIYLiteracy teaching tools this week – check some out!
KEEP YOUR DIY TOOLS COMING! As you make your own DIY teaching tools,please share them by…
- Using the hashtag #DIYLiteracy when you post them on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
- Upload your teaching tool to our DIY Literacy Google Drive Folder for others to see OR
- You can also email the photo of your teaching tool here firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our best to post them for you.
Here is a list of our social media sites so we can stay connected:
- Twitter @teachkate and @MaggieBRoberts
- Facebook Page, Indent
- Pinterest Page, Indent Blog
Each week we tackle a new problem that you sent in. Then, we match that problem with a teaching tool that can help. We are returning to a popular tool this week based on the problem…
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