Twitter, can you imagine?! I’m on Twitter, and you
know what, I’m loving it!
The amount I’ve learnt, in the short amount of time
is unbelievable, as I said above, 10 minutes for 10
I’m going to Spotlight three Tweeters I’ve had the
privilege to learn from.
gummii has and will continue
to be an invaluable resource in
sharing and retweeting
numerous ideas for making
math fun and accessible to all
students and for helping
teachers (new and old)
continue to adapt to the
changing student population.
All links in this slide are all links I have gotten through my interaction with @gummii
@Mathalicious offers a vast
collection of math-related
topics including, but not
limited to: parents helping
their kids, math group work
success, and numerous
resources for teachers of
all grade levels teaching
math, science or reading!
All links in this slide are all links I have gotten through my interaction with @Mathalicious
@MathCoachCorner is a great
teacher resource who loves to
share her own lessons for
other teachers to review and
use themselves. There are
many activities, ideas and
videos on her page that will be
extremely useful in the
classroom setting to engage
and explain concepts.
All links in this slide are all links I have gotten through my interaction with @MathCoachCorner
And MY Growth
I started by mostly
just retweeting, and
with replying, but no
original tweets yet…
I began tweeting funny
things that happened to
me, 80% professional, 20%
in need of
assistance!I learn how to use Twitter and Facebook safely and
change my security settings to allow Professional
Development but not student activity..
I’ve even reached out to people
outside the education domain
and shared information and
articles in an interesting
Interested in what we’re
Here’s the article!
He even retweeted this to all his followers!
Twitter is quickly becoming the way of the world,
more and more people, businesses, schools, and
teams are relying on Twitter to get their messages
out to the world in an unbelievably small amount
Through developing my PLN for this course, I have
learnt the workings of Twitter and how to safely
participate in it’s glory! I’ve tweeted (and been
retweeted) by a childhood hero, I’ve helped a couple
friends support their growing and established
businesses, and I’ve learnt amazing things about
educating that I wouldn’t have been able to
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