Hands down one of the best things I do for myself as an educator is use Twitter. I follow innovative educators who SHARE what they do and are willing to help. I do not use Twitter like Facebook and I do not follow people who do. I frequently talk to teachers who are having a hard time getting into Twitter. Twitter is definitely a slow burn. It takes a little time to get used to how Twitter works and to get followers to interact with.

I have several blog posts on Twitter (listed below) that you may find helpful.


In response to the requests for twitter help (I call it a Twittervention), I am going to try to text twitter tips and reminders to help teachers get into Twitter. If you would like to join my twittervention, sign up for this Remind group. Send a text message to 81010 and text the message @twit. 


Note: You can leave Twittervention by replying @LEAVE to the text message


Twitter Blog Posts

15 Twitter Tips
Twitter for Educators – A Document
Twitter Noob: Some Tips to Get Into Twitter

Participating in a Twitter Chat
Facilitate Signing Teachers Up Onto Twitter
A List of Twitter Educators by Subject Area
Mute Someone on Twitter
10 Things to Know about Twitter Hashtags
Twitter Tip: Start Your Tweet with a Period
Change Your Twitter Handle
Facilitate Signing Teachers Up Onto Twitter
Spreadsheet Formula for Collecting Twitter Handles
Moderating a Twitter Chat
A little Twitter
#ISTE15 or #ISTE2015 – View Both in Tweetdeck
Learning a New Tool? Follow the Hashtag
Google Sheets: Click Here to Tweet
Twitter: Un-Check Best Tweets First



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