The Freshman Transition Network

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At 12:32am on March 9, 2020, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 3:48am on March 9, 2019, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…

Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron

At 12:48am on March 9, 2018, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 3:12am on March 9, 2017, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 1:20am on March 9, 2016, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 3:08am on March 9, 2015, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 2:54am on March 9, 2014, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 1:14am on March 9, 2013, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 12:25am on March 8, 2012, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 5:19pm on March 9, 2011, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 8:04pm on March 9, 2010, Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro said…
Happy Birthday, Alan!!! Ron
At 8:47am on March 9, 2010, Scott Habeeb said…
Happy birthday tomorrow!
At 10:00pm on June 4, 2009, Scott Habeeb said…
Got any good video suggestions that I should add to the Network?
At 6:05pm on June 4, 2009, Scott Habeeb said…
Thanks for joining the Freshman Transition Network. The network is, and always will be, a "work in progress". Your input and ideas will play a big role in making this a useful and interactive site. Please let me know if you have ideas.

Be sure to read the "Read 1st" tab. I think that will give you a good idea of how to maximize this new network.

Check out the "Your School" tab. This gives people a chance to leave information about and a link to their school's Freshman Transition Program. I think this could help schools connect with one another.

Check out the "Groups" tab. I would recommend making a group for your school. Then you can invite other teachers/educators from your school to join the network and your group. Your group can then become a "community forum" for teachers from your school.

Consider "friending" the other members of the community. That will make sure that the community truly is a community. You do this by going to someone's page and clicking Add as Friend, which is beneath their profile picture. By friending others you will then be able to send out messages, ask questions, and share thoughts more easily with those individuals.

Most importantly, though, your input, ideas, blogs, comments, and questions will benefit all the other members. Feel free to become a regular blogger or poster. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

Thanks again for joining!

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