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Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use

Started this discussion. Last reply by Morgan Kolis Jun 22, 2010. 12 Replies

I am looking to put together a presentation/PD experience for myadministration and teachers on how Twitter can be used to enhance theirlearning and to create their own professional network.  Being…Continue

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Morgan Kolis replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"I just taught a similar class to teachers in my district on the uses of twitter. I set up this protopage with links that they could check out on their own. Feel free to use it. http://www.protopage.com/teachtech10. If you click on the Social Media…"
Jun 22, 2010
Mark Brumley replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"Hi Jon, I just taught a professional development session about Twitter. Teachers who are non-users have the mindset that Twitter is for constant updates. You know…”I’m eating a pizza right now.” So make a joke about that…"
Jun 15, 2010
Alexa Scordato replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"A good friend, Laura Fitton, wrote the book Twitter for Dummies and has compiled a series of Twitter resources on her website: http://pistachioconsulting.com/featured-articles/getting-started-on-twitter/ It's definitely worth a look if…"
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Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use

I am looking to put together a presentation/PD experience for myadministration and teachers on how Twitter can be used to enhance theirlearning and to create their own professional network.  Being somewhatnew to this myself, I am looking for ways others have gone aboutexplaining and demonstrating the use.When I was first shown thepower of twitter it was by someone who had THOUSANDS of followers.  Hecould say "say hello to ___" and the tweets would roll in.  I don'thave that and want to find a…See More
May 14, 2010
Amanda Kenuam replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"After searching through these links I decided to put together a post that took the best of the best from all of them. Top 5 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom. Hope it helps with synthesizing all this info :D"
May 6, 2010
Thomas Whitby replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"The #hashtag strategy is a way to increase the reach of a tweet. By placing a specific # at the end of a tweet, people who do not follow you, but follow the hashtag, will see your tweet. The more hashtags on a tweet the further it goes."
May 6, 2010
Linda Bethel replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"Oh surely. #edtech also has a lot of participation. Hashtag rocks."
May 6, 2010
Olaf Elch replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"One thing that I see quite often on Twitter is that people use the #edchat tag to ask for comments at a particular time during a demonstration. Create your own hashtag and post something like this: I'm demonstrating Twitter as a PLN to a…"
May 5, 2010
Thomas Whitby replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"On the Main Page of this Ning site there is a section on Twitter. It contains Twitter links, and tutorials. Additionally, there are lists of Educators to follow on several Twitter lists. One click has you following up to 500 collaborating Educators…"
May 5, 2010
Amanda Parr replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"Hi This could be a useful prstn- http://www.slideshare.net/maggiev/twitter-for-educational-purposes-a-tutorial-presentation. The author is quite a regular blogger in the educational domain. Cheers"
May 5, 2010
Amanda Kenuam replied to Jon Freer's discussion Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use
"3 PLNS Every educator should join and info for teachers on twitter. check these out!"
Apr 28, 2010
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Educating Educators and Administrators on Twitter Use

I am looking to put together a presentation/PD experience for myadministration and teachers on how Twitter can be used to enhance theirlearning and to create their own professional network.  Being somewhatnew to this myself, I am looking for ways others have gone aboutexplaining and demonstrating the use.When I was first shown thepower of twitter it was by someone who had THOUSANDS of followers.  Hecould say "say hello to ___" and the tweets would roll in.  I don'thave that and want to find a…See More
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