Teachers with Twitter problems – how to solve them

Despite clear advantages to advancing digital literacy, schools often experience considerable roadblocks to implementing digital literacy initiatives. Interestingly, accessibility often isn’t the biggest factor blocking this process—more often than not, it comes down to a teacher’s own comfort with social media. Teachers with little to no training on how to …

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Suggestions for Twitter

Twitter, in the midst of an identity crisis, turned outward to its millions of users for ideas Thursday, with CEO Jack Dorsey tweeting with them for six hours about what they hope to see from the social-media service. Source: Twitter Seeks a Little Help From Its Users – WSJ Mr. …

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Highlighting rows in Google Sheets, Twitter for new users, and Google Slides timers – Top 3 for the week

Highlight rows in Google Sheets with conditional formatting This is one of the most popular posts on Eduk8me, showing how to highlight a row based on conditional formatting. Twitter tips for new users A checklist for new Twitter users. Adding a timer to a Google Slides A nice little hack …

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Google Classroom, Twitter tips, highlighting rows – Top 3 posts for the week

Google Classroom: Guardians Who Need a Google Account – Teacher Tech Great information on setting up parents to access their child’s information on Google Classroom. Twitter tips for new users Some basic information for those teachers just starting out with Twitter. Highlight rows in Google Sheets with conditional formatting Go …

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