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Lisa Noble

School-Wide Twitter Chats - 3 views

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    Interesting ideas, and excellent how-tos
Glenn Hervieux

Twitter Is My Teacher Superpower: 5 Steps to Make it Yours | Jo-Ann Fox - 4 views

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    Joann Fox (AppEducation.com), a member of my PLN, shares how she's made Twitter her top Personal Learning activity and how you can, too. Oh, yeah, she's a CA teacher like you, except she does 4th grade...and is a blogger, San Diego Co. Teacher of Year, CA , co-founder of #CAedchat, #EdCampSD organizer, and Google Certified Teacher. She's a connected teacher.
Glenn Hervieux

AppEducation | Twitter is a Teacher Superpower! - 1 views

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    This post explains the "why" and "how" of Twitter in teacher friendly terms. Joanne Fox is an elementary ed. teacher who helps moderate #Caedchat on Sunday evenings when she's not teaching and tweeting. Make Twitter your Superpower as a teacher or administrator.
Glenn Hervieux

Utilizing Twitter chats for professional development SmartBlogs - 4 views

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    "The conversation below on the Power of Twitter Chats was designed to share the value of this mode of professional development with other educators."

    Embedded video by six educators on the Power of Twitter Chats was designed to share the value of this mode of professional development with other educators.
alisonseaman

Friending cats and following eggs: On social networks you ARE your photo - 3 views

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    The photo you choose to represent you says a great deal about who you are as an individual.
alisonseaman

Why don't my Twitter hashtags show up in Twitter search - 2 views

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    Why new users don't show up twitter searches. FYI if you use Twitter in the classroom. 
Alec Couros

How Twitter Changed Everything | The Learning Principal - 4 views

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    Good piece on the importance of Twitter on ProD for admin
alisonseaman

Why don't my Twitter hashtags show up in Twitter search - 5 views

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    Why new users hashtags don't show up at first
Steve Ransom

Tweet Thine Enemy : Education Next - 2 views

  • Yet amidst the flood of words and images, we information consumers are adapting in a predictable, if unsettling, way: migrating toward sources that share our underlying biases and prejudices, which is leading to less real dialogue and inevitably to greater polarization.
    • Steve Ransom
       
      Echo Chamber...
  • “We generally don’t truly want good information—but rather information that confirms our prejudices. We may believe intellectually in the clash of opinions, but in practice we like to embed ourselves in the reassuring womb of an echo chamber.”
  • a schism between the policy community on the one hand and practitioners on the other.
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  • Want to be part of the solution? You might start by following on Twitter people whose views you abhor and staying open to the possibility that they might, nevertheless, have a few smart things to say.
Glenn Hervieux

Visible Tweets - Twitter Visualisations. Now with added prettiness! - 2 views

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    Type in a hashtag or other Twitter search and the results are presented fullscreen and animated. This is great for displaying tweets during an event.
christopher ciechoski

Why a knowledge of how to analyse data is essential in the curriculum « Malco... - 3 views

  • My point is to agree with Arthur Benjamin that we now live in a world where there is a mass of available data. We are bombarded with statistics all the time.
  • More importantly the ability to read data and use data has become an essential part of everybody’s lives.
  • This all seems to me to point to the fact that we must teach data collection, presentation and most importantly interpretation to children as a key part of their mathematical education. Data is about real world problems and that is the things that we should be presenting to our children if they are to make sense of their ever changing digital world.
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    Great read and video for that Wednesday Slump in Data!
alisonseaman

Twitteracy: Tweeting as a New Literacy Practice - 2 views

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    This article defines Twitter tm ; outlines the features, affordances, and common uses; and conceptualizes "tweeting" as a literacy practice, comprising both traditional and new literacies, and impacting both informal and formal learning settings. Also provided is an overview of traditional and new literacies, and insights from a scan of the research literature to date on tweeting as a literacy practice. The authors outline areas for inquiry and the challenges to conducting such research.
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