I thought I would put a few of the links and ideas here for any #MIEexperts - I am a visual learner so really like things written down!!!
Some things are specific to MIE Experts (I have put these at the bottom) but a lot are useful for everyone. If you are not signed up at the Microsoft Educator site - you should be! Go there now.
There are some amazing opportunities for anyone to have free online Professional Development.
Check out these educasts. They will be on demand if you can't attend at the time.
Get involved in the Skypeathon on Dec 3 and Dec 4 - a great way to be connected.
Even those who are on holiday can participate as guest speakers.
I really enjoyed the session with Rafranz Davis (@rafranzdavis) who is an MIE expertwith great ideas about "Building your brand".
My personal view is that I like Blogger purely because I started on it when writing a blog for school - but you need a Google account for it. I love using Weebly for websites though and many of my students have found it really easy.
Some notes specific to MIE Experts:
Social Chorus: Minnia Feng https://twitter.com/minniafeng
Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to be featured in Daily Edventures!
Social media 101 sway with info in it that we heard today.
New educator community – help to merge partners in learning network with new community
Help button – orange one at bottom will do a work ticket to change emails over etc.
MIE experts should use the #MIEExpert and the #MSFTEdu hashtag
Do local regional face to face meetings with other MIE experts.
March 9 – livestream Budapest conference
Use Teachmeet to empower educators around you. How are you building a community of teachers in your area to make them amazing?
The hour went so quickly - I am just pleased I managed to get some notes and ideas down so I could reflect on them again. I am really looking forward to engaging with everything and everyone.