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Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education

Female |TORONTO, Canada

Fall Blog Festival: Inspiring Ecologies Of Talent Through Blogosphere

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This webinar is hosted in English

Description
In this session, Sylvia Guinan will be discussing Inspiring Ecologies Of Talent Through The Blogosphere.

Fall Blog Festival Invitation
You're personally invited to join the free 12-hour Fall Blog Festival on September 21, 2014 on WizIQ. To can access the content, recordings, and get your certificate for attending and blogging, click on the words Join Me Now!

About the Fall Blog Festival
The Fall Blog Festival (FBF) is a one day 12-hour blog festival event showcasing bloggers, their work, and valuable tips for blogging for reflective practice, work with students, business and other reasons. This event takes place online on WizIQ, on September 21, 2014. You can join the free event get the recordings, and the content used by the presenters, by clicking on Join Us Right Now.

The highlights of the blog festival include: Why blog, background to blogging, influential bloggers, getting started, and best practices and challenges involved in blogging. You can watch the recordings of the previous Spring Blog Festival in the courseware under classes.

Organizers of the Fall Blog Festival
The FBF is organized and hosted by Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning (IT4ALL) social network for educators from around the globe.

About the Host

Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education
TORONTO, Canada

Sylvia Guinan is an Irish woman living on a beautiful Greek island with my Greek husband and four children, including twins, aged between nine and four. She has been teaching ESL/English for fifteen years, with experience in primary , secondary schools, language, and literacy institutes in Ireland, though the majority of her experience has been in Greece.

She studied English literature and History in University before going on to take the Higher Diploma in Education, which is the teaching qualification in Ireland. After moving abroad, circumstances led her into the ESL field, which has entailed continuous professional development and opened up new interests and opportunities.

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