To Tweet or Not to Tweet

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Presentation on usage of Twitter given to faculty at AES and during CoETaIL course 1 for SUNY Buffalo.

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To Tweet or Not to Tweet

  1. 1. To Tweet or Not to Tweet?<br />
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  6. 6. Reasons to Tweet . . .<br /><ul><li> professional development
  7. 7. promote student blogs
  8. 8. promote yourself
  9. 9. find colleagues
  10. 10. real time learning
  11. 11. real time results</li></li></ul><li>
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  20. 20. #edchat#cpchat#admin#books#sschat#engchat#scichat#mathchat#ntchat#yalitchat#twittertips#artsed#highschool#blogchat#smartboards<br />
  21. 21. @jutecht@mscofino@tedtalks@langwitches@willrich45@mcleod@ewanmcintosh@Larryferlazzo@AngelaMaiers@mashable@globallearner@russeltarr@intrepidteache@nmhs_principal@web20classroom@achurches@dwarlick@teachwatts<br />
  22. 22. Want a few more?<br />Google Spreadsheet with over 1500 educators on Twitter<br />Over 70 hastags for education on diigo<br />Hashtags for Education A-Z<br />Teachers using Twitter in Their Classrooms<br />
  23. 23. Will you join the conversation?<br />To Tweet or Not to Tweet? <br />That is your question.<br />
  24. 24. Links to additional information if you wish to continue learning . . .<br />How Twitter Can Help Teachers Connect With Students and Each Other<br />Top Twitter Trends<br />The Best Resources for Beginning to Learn What Twitter is All About<br />How Twitter in the Classroom is Boosting Engagement<br />Twitter-15 Ways to Stay Interesting<br />Twitter-The Little Bird that Grew up Strong<br />

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