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Teaching with Twitter [Infographic]

TEACHING with TWITTER How can you use Twitter to shape your learning? In the classroom DEVELOP FIND RESOURCES STUDENTS' THINKING Teaching math? Have students analyze the statistics of a viral tweet using Twitter Analytics. Have students conduct interviews with experts and industry thought leaders during Twitter chats. Find creative lesson plans, Have students tweet their thesis education websites and statements during the writing process so they can share and improve them in small groups. classroom resources from Twitter accounts across the globe. Follow @NYTimesLearning, @TpTdotcom and members of the #Teach100 ENGAGE WWITH MONITOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL EMERGING TRENDS LEARNING NETWORK (PLN) Follow hashtags and Twitter chats to monitor Connect with like-minded thought emerging trends. leaders in your area. Organize meet-ups and attend conferences. Strive for 25 percent of your followers to be people who have unique perspectives. For professional development Follow Twitter accounts of education thought leaders. Good places to start are @Edutopia @teachdotcom @USCRossier @tomwhitby @TeachThought and @thenerdyteacher Use Twitter's search bar. Type in keywords of things you're interested in to see what (and who) people are talking about. If you're interested in online education, try searching for "online learning" or "flipped classroom." Know your hashtags. They're a valuable tool to use to follow and participate in conversations on certain topics and themed Twitter chats. Look into #edchat, #MotivationMonday and #stuvoice. Engage with your colleagues by retweeting important or useful resources, starring interesting tweets, asking follow-up questions and sharing resources on other social media channels. te@chthought USCRossier School of Education

Teaching with Twitter [Infographic]

shared by USCTeacher on Sep 17
Teachers and students are turning to social media to help inform their learning. This infographic looks at different ways teachers can use Twitter to inform their professional development and classroo...



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