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5 maneras de colaborar con otras/os docentes a través de Twitter
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Ideas spread when people choose to spread them. Here are some reasons why: I spread your idea because it makes me feel generous. ...because I feel smart alerting others to what I discovered. ...because I care about the outcome and...
Seth Godin, Digital Guru (official title!) celebrates his 5,000th blog post today. This is an oldie but one of my favourites and is absolute gold for why people share (or not) your social media activity . . .
Twitter ha revolucionado por completo la manera de hacer periodismo, tanto para encontrar historias como para dar difusión a...
20 Interesting Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom
Very, very interesting and controlled !!
Though I do not have a Twitter, I find this very interesting. I think that if teachers did end up using this the kids who do have a twitter would get more involved in the assignment, but I'm not sure what they'd do with the kids like me would do during this lesson. Overall, I think this is a really cool and unique idea that could probably done with other social networking sites aswell.
Social Media has changed the way businesses promoted their products and services. Find interesting infographic on social media business demographics.
1- Create a business profile on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.2- Start social networking with peers.3- Experiment with social media tools.4- Use Twitter daily.5- Learn from the experts.6- Determine how your success will be measured.7- Do not spend too much time online.8- Embrace customer reviews.9- Consider using Groupon.10- Ask each visitor and customer how they heard about business.11- Remember it make take 6 months or more to measure results.
Check out 50 of the best Twitter chats in academia, offering a great way to get connected and stay informed in the world of education.
George Couros (@gcouros on Twitter) is the Division Principal of Innovative Teaching and Learning for Parkland School Division, a large district near Edmonton, Alberta.
As many school administrators are enjoying their summer break, we all tend to think of ways that we can make our school better in the upcoming year. Often, I point school principals and district leaders to a powerful post by Will Richardson that helps us point the finger right at ourselves when we are looking to push our school ahead. Richardson states:
"Meaningful change ain't gonna happen for our kids if we're not willing to invest in it for ourselves first. At the heart, it's not about schools . . . it's about us."
Montse Guitert Catasús y Azucena Vázquez Gutiérrez. Es este artículo se introduce la aportación de twitter, como uno de los elementos clave en la sociedad actual que favorecen la creación de ecologías de aprendizaje.
Here’s the most popular way to use Twitter to tell a story: Sharing personal details from your life. Even when you blog for business, you’re still writing for people, and people like to hear personal stories.
Telling a story through Twitter.
Platforms such as Twitter and Facebook come with a pretty steep learning curve – certainly when used for business marketing – and to maximize return on investment it’s essential that you implement a winning strategy.
It's important for businesses to select the right individuals to manage social channels and to use specific metrics to analyze feedback and success.
Learn more about social media strategies from this infographic, which presents an 8-step strategy for successful social media marketing...
There is intense interest in studying the way information flows through the Twitter network and how this information can be used to measure and even predict public opinion or disease outbreaks. But all this work shares a common problem: the sheer volume of data that Twitter generates. It’s simply not possible to follow what everybody is doing all the time. New research suggests there’s a better way to track the spread of information on Twitter that is much more powerful.
"Using Friends as Sensors to Detect Global-Scale Contagious Outbreaks"
As you know Twitter has made such a big jump from just a social netwrok where people get to share their mundane activities to a rigorous learning and teaching activitiy. The potential of Twitter is even way bigger than we might think and I personally depend a lot on it for my professional development .Anyway, to bring you closer to how you can leverage this social media tool in your classroom and to help you learn more about the essentials of ' educational tweeting' I would recommend that you have a look at the guide below .
The latest ‘Training Tuesday’ for staff CPD was on the use of Twitter for professional development. Aims: What is Twitter? Sharing the benefits of developing your own PLN (Personal Lear...
El aprendizaje tiene lugar con una amplitud global e imparable cuando las personas que siguen un evento "retransmiten" en Twitter.
Se está produciendo un "peer-aprendizaje" o "aprendizaje entre iguales" es el aprendizaje social que muchos ya hemos incorporado en nuestros hábitos.
Los departamentos de formación de las empresas ¿están al tanto de esté fenómeno? ¿le están sacando provecho a algo tan significativo?
On a parfois du mal à voir la portée de ses tweets. Une fois publiés, ils vivent leur vie loin de vous. Mais qui exactement y a accès ? On le sait, ce n'est pas forcément la puissance du premier émetteur (vous) qui va guider ces messages vers le succès. Cela peut bien sûr aider, mais la pénétration d'un tweet dépend fortement de ceux qui vont le relayer. On peut très bien n'avoir que quelques abonnés mais toucher des milliers de personnes. Pour vous donner un aperçu du nombre de personnes voyant potentiellement vos tweets, Tweetreach peut être très utile. Entrez votre pseudo (ou n'importe quel mot clé), il vous indiquera le nombre de personnes y ayant eu accès. Attention, le service se limite aux 50 derniers tweets comprenant le mot/nom d’utilisateur.