{OETC18} All the Twitter users at OETC18

Through the wonder of t and some custom Python, I grabbed a list of Twitter users who tweeted with the #oetc18. Anyone I miss? Let me know! @33Struke David Strukel Massillon, Ohio native, educator @Hiramcollege, Ph.D. @BGSU, now Dr. Struke! @3PLearning 3P Learning A place for schools and families to love learning. The award-winning team […]

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Running a Twitter book club

  Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Dr. Katie Toppel. Dr. Katie Toppel is a K-5 English Language Development Specialist in Oregon. She also works as an Adjunct Professor for Portlan… Source: Guest Post: “PD in your Pjs: How to navigate #EllChat_BkClub on Twitter” | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… Great tips […]

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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 integrate digital literacy exercises into […]

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Exemplary examples of school districts using Twitter

When a student tweets at their school’s Twitter handle, chances are they don’t expect a response–it’s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency—you feel like you’re talking to an entity that’s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That’s why students in Georgia’s Cherokee County School […]

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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. Dorsey has posted the top […]

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Blogging and Twitter – Top 3 for the week

This week it’s all about the teachers hacking their own learning. 1. Blogging (13 Ways Teachers Can Hack Their Learning) Using blogging to share, publicize, and reflect. 2. Use Twitter (13 Ways Teachers Can Hack Their Learning) Teachers can use Twitter to collaborate, publicize, and reflect. 3. Participate in a Twitter chat (13 Ways Teachers […]

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