International Dot Day would not be possible without amazing educators around the world. We would like to take the time to put these superhero educators of International Dot Day in the spotlight. A sincerest thank you from your FableVision friends for incorporating this special day in your classroom.
Are you looking for more ways to make your Dot Day celebration one that your students will never forget? Click on each superhero to connect with him/her via twitter and for more creative ideas. Also check out their blogs for great ways to celebrate Dot Day with your class. Discover amazing activities on our Pinterest and find resources to enhance your September 15th-ish on our Dot Day Tools Page.
Matthew Winner: The Busy Librarian Blog Shannon Miller: The Library Voice Blog John Long: Palm Beach Dot-cumentary Kim Howell Gretchen Welk Cristol Kapp: Cristol's Pinterest Maryann Molishus: EraserTown USA Blog Sarah Staudt Carrie Hillman Cathy Potter: Dot Day Video Erika Victor kbport714 Diane Cordell: Seeing Spots...and Dots Melvina Kuraschige Delyn Beard: Blog Kathy Schmidt: Dot Day Video Sherry Gick: The Library Fanatic Allison Jackson William Chamberlain Esther Uribe: Rutledge Library Blog Tammy Parks: Dot Day at Howe Public Schools Karen McMillan: Notes from McTeach Blog John Schumacher: Watch. Connect. Read. Blog Andrea Keller: The Local Musings of a Busy Bee Amy Kline: Dot Day on NBC26 Shannon Smith: YouTube Video Edie Crook: Article in Gaston Gazette Valerie Byrd Fort: Library Goddess Blog Erin Broderick: Ms. Broderick's Book Blog Suzy Brooks: Fourth Graders Dreaming Big Blog Katherine Sokolowski: Read, Write, Reflec Summer Len Diamond: Inspired Adventures in Teaching Louise Morgan: Mrs. Morgan's Superstars Blog Jenny Lussier: Durham-Middlefield Patch Article Misti Sikes: Monroe County Reporter Article Erin Olson: Monroe County Reporter Article Heather Fox: The Library Voice Blog Judy Arzt: Integrating Technology and Literacy Donna Sullivan MacDonald: Animoto Donna Romalino: NJ.Com story Laurie Yocom: NCompass Live Andy Plemmons: Barrow Media Center Shawna Ford: Curtis Elementary Jennifer Reed: Reederama Dawn Hallman Adam Randall: Make Your Mark Alice Gentili: Augmented Reality Julie Hembree: Bell Bulldog Readers Meg Feller: Christchurch Connected Educators
Are you a Dot Day Superhero too? Let us know the creative activities you do with your class to celebrate bravery and creativity. Or nominate a friend that goes above and beyond for their September 15th-ish celebration.
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