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Mary Glackin

Hashtag How Tos - Figure, Configure, Follow, Find, + Find Others | Tech Learning - 72 views

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    how to design and use hashtags
Peter Beens

20 Twitter Hashtags Every Teacher Should Know About | Edudemic - 10 views

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    Twitter chats are such a great way to stay connected and informed in your professional circle, and education is no exception. Through education chats, you can find out about new methods for teaching, tech resources, even jobs for teachers. Most chats are held weekly, and offer an opportunity to have a regularly scheduled conversation with like-minded educators. Check out our collection to find a wealth of Twitter chats that are great for all kinds of educators.
Jim Tiffin Jr

SearchHash: make your own spreadsheet of hashtagged tweets to archive or analyze - 31 views

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    Want to save or analyse all the tweets which used a particular hashtag? Enter a hashtag below to get a list of all the tweets which referenced it, to download as a CSV spreadsheet or share with friends or colleagues - great for post-event analysis. No logins or spam tweets involved, promise.
Peter Beens

A Hashtag You Shouldn't Ignore « doug - off the record - 37 views

  • The hashtag is "comments4kids".  This is a special tag that teachers use to invite anyone who is willing to drop by and read what a class is blogging.  It’s also an invitation for you to make a comment or two on what you read. 
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    There is a special hashtag that isn't tied to an event like this though.  It's a common event that's happening in classrooms world-wide.  The hashtag is "comments4kids".  This is a special tag that teachers use to invite anyone who is willing to drop by and read what a class is blogging.  It's also an invitation for you to make a comment or two on what you read. 
Tony Baldasaro

Education will never be a trending topic - Teach42 - 0 views

  • trending topics. They’re essentially a taste of what’s on people’s minds and typically revolve around recent news, television events, buzz generating blog posts and of course, memes.
  • Not only that, considering that according to their research, a trending topic has an average shelf life of about 11 minutes, there would need to be more than 100 tweets per minute for it to attain the ‘weight’ needed
  • As popular as Twitter is, as popular as Facebook is, they are both still used by only a fraction of educators, and within that fraction, they only reach the niche audience you have.
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    Steve Dembo writes about whether or not education will be a trending topic.
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