Twitter as Teacher PD Part 2

In part 1 of my series titled “Twitter for Innovative Thinkers,” I shared a tutorial titled Educator’s Guide to Twitter: The Profile Page. In that video I provide an explanation of how Twitter is used by the movers and shakers in education, and did my best to convince you that Twitter is really a gold mine of professional development. I’m now introducing Part 2 of the series, and I’ve titled this one “Hashtags and other Twitter Terms I don’t know.”

In this tutorial, I walk you through the elements of a tweet, so that you can be an intelligent consumer of information you come across on Twitter. I also provide tips for when you’re ready to move into the contributing phase of social media and show you how to engage with tweets responsibly. By the end of this tutorial, You’ll be able to use hashtags to find new people to follow, and have a strategic plan in how to connect with some amazing people on Twitter.

I will also take this time to share my favorite people to follow.

@alicekeeler = Alice Keeler Google Certified Teacher

@gcouros = George Couros author of “The Innovator’s Mindset”

@cultofpedagogy = Jennifer Gonzalez co-author of “Hacking Education”

And my favorite Hashtags

#WUInnCurr – our EDPD 8012 course hashtag. As you find resources that align with topics of our course related to Innovative Curriculum, share them with us by using this tag.

#innovatorsmindset – George Couros’ book title and all things innovative

#TTOG – teachers throwing out grades

#21stedchat – 21st century education discussion

#edsocialmedia – using social media in the classroom

#hacklearning – great innovative ideas and I LOVE their Twitter chats

#TEDedChat – Discussion about Ted Ed topics

#globaled – globally connected educators

#edumatch – connecting educators to educators

If my tutorials have helped motivate you to spread your wings and reach out on Twitter, let me know. My Twitter handle is @djSTEMmom. I’ll see you soon!

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