Wednesday, August 29, 2012

New Ways to Keep up with WBT!

     If you are using Whole Brain Teaching (WBT) in your classroom or interested in learning more, they now have a great network of various social media resources that you can follow!

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Their website, as always, is the best place to learn more! Make sure you take advantage of the FREE e-book downloads and the amazing support in their online discussion forum.
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Their Facebook page has important information in regards to new programs, webinars and WBT certification.

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Chris Biffle's Twitter account has important information in regards to new programs, webinars and WBT certification.

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They now have TWO YouTube channels that you can access: Chris Biffle's personal account with videos from him and other teachers as well as the WBT Webcast account with videos of  their online webcasts.
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They have also joined the Pinterest world, yay! They've made boards about different WBT techniques, classroom examples, videos and WBT blogs.


     Even with school being as busy as it is, I can pretty much guarantee that most teachers use at least one of the websites regularly so take some time to check out the Whole Brain Teaching accounts! I'm also adding these links to the permanent Whole Brain Teaching tab at the top of my blog so they can be easily accessed anytime.

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