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After developing relationships with teachers, it's great to begin to use the web to post lesson plans, model videos and blogs with frequently asked questions as a one-stop shop. I create a lot of resources for teachers, so putting them in one place on your web site begins that online exchange. Also, I often model lessons in teacher's classrooms, so it may be helpful to record them (if you're allowed) and create your own little teaching channel on your web space where other teachers can browse your lessons.
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