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    My name is Jon Freer and I teach a few different Science classes at the Solebury School in New Hope, PA. I have been teaching for 17 years and in the past few years have been working hard to develop more interesting ways to teach and for my students to learn Chemistry.

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    Add your name (alphabetically) and create your own member page. Use it to share information about where and how you teach or whatever else you feel like sharing.
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    For many of us, teaching has evolved away from "Stand and Deliver" to a number of different teaching methods. Use the following (or add your own) teaching style to share what you do and develop ideas with other members.
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    ThisIntroduce yourself. Navigate to the Member Directory Page and create a link to your own page (use your name as the page title). There you can share some basic information about where you teach, your teaching philosophy and anything else you would like to share. Also, add a picture to help us get to know you. Please take some time to do this as it will help us establish a community.
    Share Resources. This
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    Simply go to the page for the topic you would like to add to and upload your files or add your links.
    Use the Discussion to develop ideas.
    The resources are a great start, but it is the connections between teachers that will help us all build our skills as teachers. On each page, there is an option for a discussion. Use it to start conversations around a specific unit, ask questions or otherwise connect with other members.

    For those new to wiki's, getting started is as easy as hitting the "EDIT" button. Play around with the features and add files and links.
    Here is a Brief Video you can use as a basic tutorial.
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