Here are my top 5 suggestions for those who are looking for a starting point.
50 Things You Can do With Google Classroom by Alice Keeler @alicekeeler
Teach Like a Pirate by Dave Burgess @burgessdave
Learn Like a Pirate by Paul Solarz @PaulSolarz
I am in the middle of this book currently. The Twitter chats are amazing at #LearnLap. Follow the hashtag and check it out.
What Connected Educators do Differently by
This book it a "how to" to get started with Personal/Professional Learning Networks. Wanting to get started with Twitter and not sure how? This is definitely the book for you. Hands on and practical; terrific for new Tweeps.
Comprehension Collaboration: Inquiry Circles in Action by Harvey, Daniels
For more summer reading ideas, Fractus Learning has compiled a great list here.
The Top 50 Best Books for Teachers 2015