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The Teacher Challenge is made up of free professional learning challenges where educators are stepped through weekly tasks that increase their skills while being supported by mentors.

The Challenge is open to any educator who wants to increase their skills.

From experience we’ve found the more we support and help teacher’s increase their own skills, the better they are able to support their students use of online technologies for learning.

Participants can complete as many of the tasks as they like and in any order.

It’s all about you choosing when you want to learn, while being supported by mentors would assist you with your learning!

Participating in a Teacher challenge is as simple as:

Step 1:  Choose any of the following series you would like to complete:

Series 1: Blogging With Students

Guides you through the process of class and student blogging.

Series 2: Personal Blogging

Guides you through the process of setting up your own personal or professional educator blog.

Series 3: Building a PLN (Personal Learning Network)

Takes you step by step through the process of building your own PLN.

Series 4: 26 Free Web Tools

Learn about 26 different free web tools and how educators use them with their students.

Step 2:  Get started working through the activities!

Remember you can always organize your friends to join you!

Step 3:  Leave a comment on a post!

We love to hear how you are going as it helps us provide the support you need and helps us improve our series.  Leaving feedback or asking for help is as simple as leaving a comment on a post.  

Remember to come back and leave a link to your blog or post if you set up a class blog, a personal blog or publish a post about an activity.  We love to check out and support your work!

And don’t forget!  There’s no pressure — you can join and leave any of the challenges at any time.