The summer break is a great time for teachers to grow professionally and personally, writes Adam Bellow, founder of eduTecher.net. In this blog post, he suggests using technology, such as Twitter or Google Docs, to share with other educators; plan a charity fundraiser for a cause they are passionate about; and connect with people who are like-minded -- and those who are not. He also suggests taking time to reflect on the previous school year before beginning the new one.

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