Lisa Hollenbach is a co-founder of the National Blogging Collaborative. She currently serves as Editorial Content Manager for Teaching Channel. Prior to joining Teaching Channel, was a high school Social Studies for 15 years and Social Studies Department Chair at Palmyra Area High School, Palmyra, Pennsylvania. In this role she taught 10th – 12th grade AP Psychology, Psychology, Sociology, American History and Government, and American Popular Culture. Lisa has experience planning and implementing professional development, is a district Keystone Technology Innovator, and served as a lead teacher working with the Literacy Design Collaborative framework. Additionally, Lisa is an instructor at the post-secondary level, working closely with pre-service social studies teachers and psychology and sociology students at Lebanon Valley College and the Pennsylvania State University. Lisa is a frequent presenter at regional and national conferences, presenting on blogging to empower teacher voice, educational technology integration, CCSS, the Literacy Design Collaborative framework, and innovative instruction via the Teaching Channel. She is passionate about teacher voice and leadership, collaboration, innovative instruction, and redefining professional development. Lisa is a member of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 2014–2016 Teacher Advisory Council
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with Christopher Bronke
Christopher Bronke, Co-Founder and Director of the National Blogging Collaborative, shares how he uses Twitter to encourage students' interaction during reading.
with Brooke Perry
Lisa Hollenbach and Brooke Perry, National Blogging Collaborative co-founders, share how you can get started writing and distributing your own professional blog.
with Ernie Rambo
Ernie Rambo shares the third step in telling your professional story: crafting the moments of feeling and detail that helps others understand your successes.
with Wendi Pillars
Wendi Pillars shares the fourth step in telling your professional story: extending your reflections and perspective in ways that share your story's importance to you and to others.
with Ben Owens
Ben Owens shares the fifth and final step in telling your professional story: choosing the medium in which you present your story of professional transformation and impact.