Twitter hosts a great population of passionate educators from all walks of life and from all reaches.
I’ve yet to plan a lesson without turning to my Professional Learning Network on Twitter for their input, resources, and advice.
With a decreasing budget and increasing demands on classroom teachers, having access to a tribe of educators on Twitter provides me tools, strategies, and a support system that I can rely on to continually help me to become a better instructional leader and classroom manager.
It’s not just about sharing. Twitter is a place where educators can actively reflect on successes and failures in the classroom while working together to extend what works and improve what doesn’t.