Cool Tricks for Learning in the Summer Heat! by Sheila B Robinson

Curator Note: I wrote this post a couple of years ago and we’ve since updated our website and the post got a bad case of link rot! ? This version is updated with the current links!

Happy Summer AEA365ers! I’m Sheila B Robinson, AEA365’s Lead Curator and sometimes Saturday contributor with some great summer learning opportunities for evaluators.

Lesson Learned: Summer is a great time to reset, recharge and renew — on the beach, the golf course, or in your own backyard. It’s also a great time to expand your evaluation horizons with some new knowledge and know-how.

Here are some great opportunities for the dog days of summer, most of which are available online, so if you’re learning in your jammies, your jeans, sweatpants or a swimsuit, no one will be the wiser!

Cool Tricks and Rad Resources:

Rad Resources: 

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