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Connected Educator

  1. 1. Building Connected Educators Jenny Nauman @PrincipalNauman Kristin Gray @MathMinds
  2. 2. Why “Be Connected”? • Do You Want To Grow As a Leader? • Do You Want To Grow As a Learner? • Do You Want To Inspire Others Around You? • Do You Want Share Your Wonderful Happenings? • Don’t We Owe It To The Students?
  3. 3. How we Connect? • Twitter • Facebook • School Apps • Remind 101 • SchoolInfo • Google Plus • Blogs • YouTube • Skype
  4. 4. What Is “Being Connected”? • Our Journeys • Technology • Building a PLN • Global Reach • Collaborating/Sharing • You are NOT alone!
  5. 5. Administration • www.TodaysMeet.Com/ConEdu • Create a Vision • Teacher Support • Allow for Mistakes • Build Capacity • Instructional Leader
  6. 6. Teacher Leaders • Todays Meet - What Are They? • Support Vision • Instructional Leader • Build Capacity • Impact Student Learning • My Class & Beyond
  7. 7. What is a PLN? • Personalized Learning Network • Educational Tool • Social Media & Technology • Expanded Network • 24 - 7
  8. 8. ur tO ha W as H LN P ... ay oS T
  9. 9. Global Reach - Twitter
  10. 10. Sharing & Collaborating - Twitter Resources Feedback
  11. 11. Professional Development Promoting Your School
  12. 12. Global Reach - Blogging
  13. 13. Sharing & Collaborating - Blogs
  14. 14. Communication: Classroom • Class Twitter • Class Facebook • Smore Newsletters
  15. 15. Communication: School • School Twitter • School Facebook • Mobile Apps
  16. 16. Twitter Things to Think About... What are your objectives? Who is your audience? What is your voice? What is your profile picture? What is your school’s policy on Social Media?
  17. 17. Getting Started Go to Twitter.com Create a “Handle” “Follow” other Educators: • @MathMinds • @BurgessDave • @NAESP • @Ddmeyer • @CybraryMan1 • @DEDeptofEd • @Mr_Stadel • @TonySinasis • @DaisyDyerDuerr • @JoBoaler • @Principal_El • @Todd Whitaker • @TrianglemanCSD • @Joe_Mazza • @NMHS_Principal • @FawnPNguyen
  18. 18. The “Me” Page Suggests people based on other tweeps Let’s send a tweet “@MathMinds or @PrincipalNauman Be sure to have a Profile Pic & Bio This shows your activity
  19. 19. A Tweet Tweet not directed at a particular person Tweet directed at a particular person Be aware that ALL of your followers see every tweet you send. If you want to send privately, you will send a Direct Message (DM). “Do not tweet anything you would not shout from the rooftops.”
  20. 20. Interacting With a Tweet If you like a tweet you read, want to read it later, or keep it as a resource, Click “Favorite” If you read a tweet and think your followers would like to read or should read, Click “Retweet” If you read a tweet and would like to write something back to the tweep, Click “Reply”
  21. 21. The “Home” Page This is where you search for people(@) or topics(#) This shows the tweets of people you follow This is where you send a Direct Message (DM)
  22. 22. The “Interactions” Page This will show where people tweet you, reply to you or interact with your tweets (favorite or retweet)
  23. 23. So, Now You Are A....? Tweep? Twitterer? Tweeter? Twerp? Twerson?
  24. 24. Next Steps.... Be a Lurker Expand Your Network Don’t Feel Like You Need To Read Every Tweet Try Conversing With A Tweep You Know Search For Topics Of Interest With Hastag Participate in a Chat (#satchat)
  25. 25. Common Sense Disclaimer...
  26. 26. Thank You Jenny Nauman Jennifer.Nauman@cape.k12.de.us @PrincipalNauman Kristin Gray Kristin.Gray@cape.k12.de.us @MathMinds

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