Twitter Chat Strategy: Put it at the End

A Twitter chat is usually exactly 1 hour with a structured set of questions. This is a great way to engage with other educators and have a dialog around different topics. I have a guide to participating in a Twitter chat. If you are looking for Twitter chats check out...

This Job is to Hard to Go It Alone – #stealEDU

How Do You Learn New Ideas? There are so many new possibilities for teaching. Blended learning, Common Core, DOK levels, Project Based Learning (PBL), Minecraft, Standards Based Grading (SBG), Student-centered classrooms, BreakoutEDU, making global connections,...

Twitter: Un-Check Best Tweets First

Frustrated your @twitter timeline is no longer in “most recent first” order? UN-CHECK this in Settings / Account pic.twitter.com/DnreYqNoCJ — Jonathan Rochelle (@jrochelle) May 1, 2016 Twitter Timeline Twitter has decided to take a lesson from FaceBook and...

Twitter Noob: Some Tips to Get Into Twitter

Getting Into Twitter This morning at #coffeeEDU in Melbourne Australia we were chatting about how to get into using Twitter. A couple of teachers said they have a Twitter account but do not check it very often. I have a Remind group I created for teachers in the...

#TeachersAtED Twitter Chat: Teacher Retention

A couple of weeks ago myself and some amazing educators were invited to the Department of Education to talk with acting Secretary of Education John King. The topic was “Teacher Retention.” As a follow-up, the teaching ambassador fellows hosted a follow up...
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