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This season, we’re kicking the Arizona K12 Center podcast experience up a notch. Check out these documents that will supplement your professional learning and that of those around you. Call them printables, graphic organizers , or worksheets. Whatever you choose, we created resources to enhance the

Aug 16, 2018

This season, we’re kicking the Arizona K12 Center podcast experience up a notch. Check out these documents that will supplement your professional learning and that of those around you.


Call them printables, graphic organizers , or worksheets. Whatever you choose, we created resources to enhance the “3Ps in a Pod” listening experience. By downloading, printing, and sharing the documents, you can springboard professional learning to another level.

Come one, come all! We have two graphic organizers for episode one, including a document for first-year teachers and another for anyone along the teaching continuum.
As with everything we do at the Arizona K12 Center, we’d love to know how these work for you. Please comment below and send feedback (and ideas) to info@azk12.org. Happy learning and leading!

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