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Kiker Learning: https://sites.google.com/site/kikerlearning/
Shake Up Learning by Kasey Bell: http://www.shakeuplearning.com/
Teacher Cast: www.teachercast.net/
Teacher Tech by Alice Keeler: http://www.alicekeeler.com/teachertech/
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