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Build a PLN

Great leadership models what it desires from its followers. We are the leaders for our learners and so we must maintain a hunger for knowledge. Twitter is a great way to continuously seek out information in one of the easiest and most efficient ways possible. Building a Personal Learning Network (PLN) on Twitter that you can rely on, which you exchange information with, is a great way to use the tool, gain different perspectives, and allow yourself to grow as a professional! See the video below on how:

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