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The Ultimate Guide To Using Twitter In Education | Edudemic

The Ultimate Guide To Using Twitter In Education | Edudemic | Kids as social media authors | Scoop.it

A bunch of useful guides to using Twitter in education


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Twitter as a Curation Tool

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Tweet I have written and spoken extensively about the use of Twitter in education: as one social network tool to connect, collaborate and amplify (Seven Degrees of Connectedness, Upgrade & Ampl...

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How Twitter is Reinventing Collaboration Among Educators

How Twitter is Reinventing Collaboration Among Educators | Kids as social media authors | Scoop.it

Before the advent of Twitter, most educators I know had limited opportunities to collaborate with colleagues outside their building. Some subscribed to listservs or participated in online forums, but these outlets lacked critical mass; teachers also networked at in-person conferences and training sessions, but these isolated events didn't provide ongoing support.

 

Enter Twitter. I've heard many educators say that Twitter is the most effective way to collaborate and that they've learned more with Twitter than they have from years of formal professional development.


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Andreas Kuswara's curator insight, April 17, 2013 9:22 PM

twitter alone might not be sufficient, as we (or most of us) not 'always online', we have to do other things. combining twitter with a mechanism to comb through the # and compile personalized feed, would be useful.

Catherine Smyth's comment, April 23, 2013 9:20 PM
I'm a fledgling tweeter but love the way Twitter ignites discussion and ideas within a professional community.
Laura Conley's curator insight, April 29, 2013 1:28 PM

Twitter is a fantastic resource for PD.

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Is social media good or bad for kids?

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As you probably already know, social networking can be either good or bad for kids. But if you secretly conduct preventive surveillance over your child’s social media, you might be wasting your ... (Is Social Media Good or Bad for Kids?

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Twitter in Education

Twitter in Education; how and why we should use Twitter in Higher Education.

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A Great Twitter Cheat Sheet for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Great Twitter Cheat Sheet for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Kids as social media authors | Scoop.it

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Tech week: the good side of social media for your kids ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)

Tech week: the good side of social media for your kids ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog) | Kids as social media authors | Scoop.it
Radio & Television Business ReportTech week: the good side of social media for your kids ...Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)Cyberbullying and cyberstalking grab headlines, but the weight of social media research shows widespread benefits for teens ...

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Social Media: The Free Beginner's Guide from Moz

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New to Social Media? The Free Beginner's Guide to Social Media from Moz has you covered. Learn best practices about Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, and more.
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An overview of where to even begin!

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