How teachers can tailor their messages to peer audiences

04/14/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

In this blog post, educator Lisa Nielsen offers some suggestions to help teachers connect their ideas with potential audiences -- and make some money along the way. To get started, she suggests picking a focus, engaging with others on Twitter, and becoming a product or resource expert. Nielsen also suggests educators present at conferences and on online forums, contribute to publications and blogs, write a book, and support others with the same goal.

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