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A list of twitter hashtags which I think will all be of interest to teachers...Hashtags are a great way of searching for tweets in a specific category from the whole of the Twitterverse – search for #ukedchat and you will come up with a huge stream of tweets which have been tagged as interesting to anyone wanting to read about UK education
The Most Popular Hashtags
#edchat – Education, worldwide (lots of US teachers). A really useful hashtag if you are interested in tweeting with a wide range of educators worldwide.
#schools – Massively wide ranging but used far less than #edchat or
#teaching – This hashtag seems to largely be used for jobseeking, FYI
#lrnchat – Learning chat
#TT – Teacher Tuesday where educators suggest others to follow#kinderchat – hashtag for discussing kindergarten aged children
#EdChatIE – The educational hashtag for Ireland for all three levels#ukedchat – UK Education
#ClavEd – The educational hashtag for French Speakers – Wednesdays at 12h(EST) 13h(ATL) 18h(Paris)
#GlobalEd – Education with a global dimension
#edtech – a very wide range of tweets relating to the use of technology in education.
#elearning – eLearning topics
#mlearning – the use of mobile technologies in education, also
#mobilelearning though this is less used#edapp – educational apps
#gbl - games based learning
#slide2learn – iDevices and learning
#vitalcpd – effective use of technology in the classroom
........lots more on the link