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  • 1. How To Use Twitter For Social Learning
  • 2. Create An Informative List of Resources • Before you begin, create a list of things you want to provide as information to your learners. Think what will be interesting, engaging and re- tweetable. Chunk it and post regularly, so you keep the interest of your learners. 1
  • 3. Create Learning Hashtags • Come up with a #hashtagwith the help of which learners will be able to feedback and communicate on your materials. 2
  • 4. Create Learning Topics • Create topics, making use of the hashtags. In Twitter you can also create regular Twitter chat events. Don't forget to encourage your learners by liking, re-tweeting and commenting on relevant tweets they share. 3
  • 5. Create Learning Lists • You can create your own learning lists which basically is a curated group of Twitter users. This way you and your learners will be able to see the stream of your group’s tweets. 4
  • 6. Learn How To Search • Twitter has a powerful and accurate search engine that will help you get the information you need most. Get familiar with the Twitter trail. 5
  • 7. Follow The Influencers • Get in touch and follow interesting people from your field of study – eLearning Developers, Instructional Designers, Subject Matter Experts, Professors and other experts – see what they share and what gets re- tweeted. Think about the things your learners will find interesting and will want to re-tweet. 6
  • 8. Re-Tweet • Re-tweet and share everything you want your learners to know. Don't forget to encourage them by liking, re-tweeting and commenting on relevant tweets they share. 7
  • 9. Favorite • Show your appreciate by favorite a tweet. You will encourage the poster of the original Tweet by let him/her know that you liked the tweet. Also, by doing so you can save the Tweet for later review. 8
  • 10. THANK YOU! The Twitter Guide for Teachers