Social networking for teachers and coaches

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When "it aint broken" isn't good enough - a presentation about creating a social network.

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Social networking for teachers and coaches

  1. When it ain’t broken isn’t Good Enough Fixing up your own professional learning networkSaturday, 15 September 12
  2. Networking isn’t just about telling the world about youSaturday, 15 September 12
  3. Networking isn’t just about listening to the worldSaturday, 15 September 12
  4. it’s about making timeSaturday, 15 September 12
  5. to do bothSaturday, 15 September 12
  6. It’s easy to bury your head in a bookSaturday, 15 September 12
  7. o ol It’s easyinto s ch bury lly your pecia in a book head esSaturday, 15 September 12
  8. or stick with those you knowSaturday, 15 September 12
  9. yes, the world’s A crowded placeSaturday, 15 September 12
  10. but there are few bad applesSaturday, 15 September 12
  11. Many old dogs and young pups have something to learn and teachSaturday, 15 September 12
  12. so take a chanceSaturday, 15 September 12
  13. Take a riskSaturday, 15 September 12
  14. Saturday, 15 September 12
  15. in d r m o u ySaturday, 15 September 12
  16. and develop a networkSaturday, 15 September 12
  17. Start smallSaturday, 15 September 12
  18. one conversation at a timeSaturday, 15 September 12
  19. and listen to what Teachers say about twitterSaturday, 15 September 12
  20. I use twitter to gain new ideas and thoughts on #pe everydaySaturday, 15 September 12
  21. Twitter connects me to great ideas, globally. Lifelong learning is the resultSaturday, 15 September 12
  22. But How?Saturday, 15 September 12
  23. Don’t despairSaturday, 15 September 12
  24. follow the birdSaturday, 15 September 12
  25. but rememberSaturday, 15 September 12
  26. people follow peopleSaturday, 15 September 12
  27. people don’t follow eggsSaturday, 15 September 12
  28. people don’t follow eggs show your faceSaturday, 15 September 12
  29. people don’t follow eggs have a bioSaturday, 15 September 12
  30. people don’t follow eggs PE Thinker, Husband, Father, researcher have a bioSaturday, 15 September 12
  31. find your hashtagSaturday, 15 September 12
  32. A tag embedded in a message posted on the Twitter microblogging service, consisting of a word within the message prefixed with a hash sign. #getit #understandSaturday, 15 September 12
  33. follow people who use these hashtagsSaturday, 15 September 12
  34. follow people who use these hashtags #pegeeks #pegeek #physed #pechatSaturday, 15 September 12
  35. so don’t bury your headSaturday, 15 September 12
  36. or stick with those you knowSaturday, 15 September 12
  37. be the dog that learnt some new tricksSaturday, 15 September 12
  38. be networkedSaturday, 15 September 12
  39. create your own crowdSaturday, 15 September 12
  40. don’t settle for ain’t brokenSaturday, 15 September 12
  41. it isn’t Good Enough Fixing up your own professional learning networkSaturday, 15 September 12
  42. Designed by Ashley CaseySaturday, 15 September 12
  43. I am a researcher Ashley.Casey@beds.ac.ukSaturday, 15 September 12
  44. I can be found on twitter @DrAshCaseySaturday, 15 September 12
  45. Using hashtags like #pegeeks #pegeek #pechat #physedSaturday, 15 September 12
  46. thanks for listeningSaturday, 15 September 12
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