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Twitter for Teaching Professional

Twitter for Teaching Professional






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  • Thanks Rhett - a useful introduction :)
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  • Rhett used this presentation well during the Twitter for the teaching professional at Colchester Institute on 9 June 2010. Rhett used this to good effect by explaining his original perception of Twitter and how it has now grown on him. Rhett went on to show how he now uses it in his profssioanl role as a teacher.
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  • Recently started using Twitter   Not a big fan of facebook   How much can you learn in 140 characters   Fit this in to my day   Not a big fan of celebs
  • One of the most follwed on Twitter, all users like this?   How can one function be used by me and him?   Compare
  •   Chris Crocker represents internet blogger?   The definition of a modern day blogger
  • Like most sterotypes, there is an element of truth   But a small percentage of bloggers on the internet, are a lot of people   What I learnt  
  • Simple concept, unlimted ways to use it
  • Use personal examples   There are many other ways to use it   Concentrate on teaching and learning
  • Unlike searching on the interent , the advice given is personalised to you and from people in the same profession. mostly not behind a veil of secrecy   Example right, Padmasree Warrior CTO of Cisco getting ideas for a leadership presentation    
  • Theme weeks in college, group tutorials, induction process   Any student with a phone, or PC can particpate during the week   Should teaching be confined to the session times?
  • Incorpate Twitter and or bloggin into your reflection
  • Peronsalised stream of information on demand and immediate   Extended Network of friends, associets, celebs, professional in your field. combination of all these.
  • Implement new techniques learnt into sessions when approriote   no time to read a newspaper every day, parts that are relevent can be sent to me instantly   Follow projects and companies I work with     Hear all sides of the argument with little or no bias from the companies, not a press release   Finding the time
  • crude chart     becomes part of my daily online routine   replaces some of the traditional old media formats, print.   becomes very addictive, not wanting to be out of the "loop"
  • With new government in places plans could change, both party leaders are on twitter   This is at primary school level   If we a are a vocational college, we need to meet the needs of the modern learner or the modern employer     Rarely use a pen and paper at all now. Same with friends in other businesses
  • question validity of data due to online nature of survey   chart only includes the website, myself, paul and others never visit the site, instead use apps. So actual data much much higher.   Spped of change, 2 years ago Myspace was by far the most used social network site   Not on company of service can control the web   summary
  • Takes time to see how it can benifit you in day to day life...ive made it this far etc   Invaluable, for teaching helpful, but for improving my knowledge in my subject, insight into whats happenign in eeducation at a higher level   Saves me time daily by having information come to me rather than searhcing for the information   Feeling conected and more like a professional in a largte profession. Less isolated in a college

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