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An hour engaging in a Twitter chat will be well worth your time.
Now, more than ever, educators are using Twitter to connect with peers, learn about leadership and classroom strategies, and more.
cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by ABC LRC Topic This month's #globalclassroom chats will explore the "big issues" of global education, focussing on how and why educators can integrate...
Twitter chats are probably the aspect of Twitter that I find to be the most interesting and most useful. I follow a lot of different people on Twitter for a lot of different reasons
The first week of school is over and now teachers and students are settling into new academic routines. But for many, it's a time that can be filled with anxiety and frustration. "A lot of parents are concerned as we come back to school.
At 14.2 tweets/minute, #EdTechChat was moving on Monday, August 19.
RT "@cangeoedu Looking for a #geographyteacher to follow or share ideas with? Check out this list shrd.by/BdEPWH #GeoEdChat"— Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) February 3, 2013
RT "@cangeoedu Looking for a #geographyteacher to follow or share ideas with? Check out this list shrd.by/BdEPWH #GeoEdChat"
If you are using Google Hangout (GHO) you might want to share links or have some side conversations. There is a chat feature in Google Hangout. Wiggle your mouse over the chat window,...
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