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An introduction to Twitter for teachers.

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  • As of last June 2009 - this was the sum total of my digital identity\n**Activity** You are a google private investigator - find out everything you can about your partner...\n
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  • I keep FB for personal and family connections. FB is for People you knew in school - Twitter is for people you wished you knew in school.\n
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Welcome to Twitter Welcome to Twitter Presentation Transcript

  • Twitter Twitter: @amhwritesWhat’s happening? http://twitter.com/#!/amhwrites The Creative Media Test Kitchen: •Blog: http://amhwrites.wordpress.com/ •Wiki: http://cmtk.wikispaces.com/TimeLine @Mentions ReTweets Searches Lists CinemaOwls: •YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CinemaOwls •Wiki: http://cinemaowls.wikispaces.com/
  • A year and a half ago...
  • How do you use the web?‘being on-line’ versus platform for‘going on-line’ applications interactive & digital self- participatory: expression read/write
  • How do you use the web? Social/Professional Connections‘being on-line’ versus platform for‘going on-line’ applications interactive & digital self- participatory: expression read/write
  • Develop a Personal Learning Network (PLN) http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/ about Dr. Alec Couros “Open Thinking” University of Regina
  • My ‘PLN’
  • Consider Twitter
  • Facebook is for people you used to know, Twitter for people you want to know.
  • location link to blog or website short bioMy twitter ‘handle’ @amhwrites
  • location link to blog or website short bioMy twitter ‘handle’ @amhwrites
  • location link to blog or website short bio My twitter ‘handle’ @amhwritesHint:
  • location link to blog or website short bio My twitter ‘handle’ @amhwritesHint: Make sure you put some relevant and interesting information in your Twitter profile. Provide enough information that people can decide whether or not to follow you.
  • Hint:
  • Hint: decide who to follow By checking out their information: Where they’re from, what they do, their website etc...
  • Who cares what youhad for breakfast?
  • Who cares what you had for breakfast?It’s about building relationships
  • Who cares what you had for breakfast?It’s about building relationships
  • Who cares what you had for breakfast?It’s about building relationships
  • Who cares what you had for breakfast? HintIt’s about building relationships
  • Who cares what you had for breakfast? You can find people to Hint follow by looking at the connections of people you know (or know about)It’s about building relationships
  • More Twitter Tips...
  • More Twitter Tips...Widen your network. By finding and following people indifferent parts of the world you are exposed differentideas about education, but...Don’t hesitate to ‘block’ people who you don’t think youwant following you.
  • More Twitter Tips...Widen your network. By finding and following people indifferent parts of the world you are exposed differentideas about education, but...Don’t hesitate to ‘block’ people who you don’t think youwant following you.Do more than just tweet about yourself. By engagingyour followers on their content, by retweeting (seebelow) and by adding links to web articles you willbegin to build your own PLN and add value to yournetwork  and the people in it.
  • More Twitter Tips... Widen your network. By finding and following people in different parts of the world you are exposed different ideas about education, but... Don’t hesitate to ‘block’ people who you don’t think you want following you. Do more than just tweet about yourself. By engaging your followers on their content, by retweeting (see below) and by adding links to web articles you will begin to build your own PLN and add value to your network  and the people in it.Share and share alike. When you share things with yourfollowers, give credit for where the ideas & links come from- don’t be selfish and pass it off as your own, use the‘RT’ (re-tweet) and acknowledge the originator.* Thanks to David Hopkins at Bournemouth University in theU.K. for many of these tips! Find him at http://tinyurl.com/y8h83lw
  • More Twitter Tips... Widen your network. By finding and following people in different parts of the world you are exposed different ideas about education, but... Don’t hesitate to ‘block’ people who you don’t think you want following you. Do more than just tweet about yourself. By engaging your followers on their content, by retweeting (see below) and by adding links to web articles you will begin to build your own PLN and add value to your network  and the people in it.Share and share alike. When you share things with yourfollowers, give credit for where the ideas & links come from- don’t be selfish and pass it off as your own, use the‘RT’ (re-tweet) and acknowledge the originator.* Thanks to David Hopkins at Bournemouth University in theU.K. for many of these tips! Find him at http://tinyurl.com/y8h83lwUse a URL shortening service. This is essential whenyou’re limited to 140 characters (see example above).Good services to use are TinyURL and Bit.ly.
  • Thanks to Sacha Chua athttp://www.slideshare.net/sachac/a-teachers-guide-to-web-20-at-school
  • Thanks to Sacha Chua athttp://www.slideshare.net/sachac/a-teachers-guide-to-web-20-at-school
  • Twitter Resources•Why use twitter?http://mrslwalker.com/index.php/2009/03/29/nine-great-reasons-why-teachers-should-use-twitter/•The Ultimate Twitter Guidebook For Teachershttp://edudemic.com/2010/06/the-ultimate-twitter-guidebook/•The Best Resources For Beginning To Learn WhatTwitter Is All Abouthttp://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2009/05/18/the-best-resources-for-beginning-to-learn-what-twitter-is-all-about/•Twitter in the Classroomhttps://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_118cfb8msf8•Teachers on Twitter - Twitter4Teachers Wikihttps://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_118cfb8msf8