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Tracey Kracht

Tiny Bursts of Learning | Betchablog - 2 views

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    Skimming and taking in learning 140 characters at a time...a great way to learn when you are ready!
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    I like the idea of stopping the "Sit and Get" model. I agree that 10 minutes meandering through Twitter can give me some amazing insights into what is happening in education and classrooms all over the place. My problem is that I can't stop after 10 minutes..does that make me a creepy lurker?
Wendy Danner

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: The Power Of The Lurker - 0 views

  • The idea that we don't have to be the smartest or be an expert in everything should be a big relief in the classroom.
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      Yes, so true, wish more people understood this!
  • make a connection. There has to be some hook to draw is in
  • I start with hashtags. I show the power of the hashtag
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  • have to first see the why
    • Wendy Danner
       
      This is so great!  I think so often teachers think we always have to start at the beginning but how do we really know where every person's "beginning" is?  Just another reminder that everyone (including adults) learn at a different pace.
  • So, maybe instead of encouraging (pushing) others to contribute blogs and tweets and ideas, maybe we begin by having a conversation about the value of lurking. Show there is value in what we have here and in other social networks by encouraging others to get connected and take from the network. That just might lead to the growth of our networks.
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    Twitter Lurkers - read on and get connected!!!
Tracey Kracht

60 Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom By Category - 0 views

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    "explore 60 inspiring ways that teachers and students can put Twitter to work in the classroom."
Tracey Kracht

60 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom by Category | Fluency21 - Committed Sardine Blog - 2 views

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    Amazing Twitter resources in this article!  It is a must 'bookmark' if you are a Twitter user!
Tara Harvey

Twitter Language - Twitter Terms and Twitter Words Explained - 0 views

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    Twitter terms explained
Tracey Kracht

20+ Time Saving Twitter Shortcuts for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Lear... - 0 views

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    Twitter Shortcuts
Tracey Kracht

A Simple Guide on The Use of Hashtag for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile L... - 1 views

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    This guide does a good job of explaining what a hashtag is and how you might want to use it.
Tracey Kracht

Great Graphic on 20 Ways to Use Twitter with Your Students | Fluency21 - Committed Sard... - 1 views

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    A really great categorical way to use Twitter in the classroom.
Tracey Kracht

A Random Thought on Twitter | The Last Backpack Generation - 0 views

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    Think about what you might want to tweet and how you will appear to others.
Tracey Kracht

Educational Hash Tags - 0 views

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    Hashtags for many different twitter conversations.
Tracey Kracht

Awesome Twitter Cheat Sheet for Teachers - 1 views

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    A Twitter Cheat Sheet
Tracey Kracht

25 Ways To Use Twitter To Improve Your Professional Development | Edudemic - 0 views

    • Tracey Kracht
       
      An interesting note, I found once I changed my profile to my actual picture, it became more of a social environment for me and I felt more connected ... wanting to share more information and definitely better at asking questions.
  • Experts believe that 90% of what you share on Twitter should be helpful
  • 10% is then free for you to ask for help, sharing your latest blog post or anything else that might benefit you directly
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  • keep your list to a manageable size and only follow people you genuinely want to connect with
  • check out nearly 700 different Twitter chats available on the Twitter Chat Schedule.
    • Tracey Kracht
  • f you’re tweeting professionally, you should really stay unprotected
  • establish a great Twitter brand by regularly sharing interesting news, articles, and tools for your industry.
  • Share some personality and voice in your tweets, and avoid copying and pasting headlines.
  • remember that anything you say on Twitter can be retweeted and shared with the world.
  • creating networks, inviting others, and fostering communication between participants in your community
  • Twitter is a force that can’t be ignored by up-and-coming young professionals.
  • accomplishments and professional interests might help you land a job.
  • try using your real name instead.
  • An important part of your Twitter profile is your photo.
Tracey Kracht

How Twitter has made me a New Teacher « Dukelyer - 1 views

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    Another reason to consider building your PLN with Twitter.
Tracey Kracht

Principal - Best people known for Principal on Wefollow - 1 views

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    A list of principals you might be interested in following with 'prominence scores'
Tracey Kracht

Twitter Connects and Expands by @PrincipalArc - TeacherCast Blog - 0 views

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    An interesting share-out post from an administrator who started becoming networked last year.  It talks about how he got started and how important it is to develop these social networks.
Tracey Kracht

Twitter For Teachers - pd - 1 views

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    Eric has amazing resources and experience with Twitter both personally and professionally.  He is a very connected educator and is definitely one to watch!
Tracey Kracht

Save Favorite Tweets | Diigo - 2 views

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    Save your favorite tweets to diigo!
Tracey Kracht

6 Twitter Tips That Will Jumpstart Your Professional Development - 0 views

  • using Twitter at school, it can also be a really useful tool for your own professional development.
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    This is an interesting infographic that supports the idea of Twitter as a professional development tool.  Consider how you might encourage your staff to 'take a dip in the Twitter pool'.
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