Today I had the fun of being a guest tweeter. (That was a first!) I was the connected educator of the day at @ConnectedEd thanks to Karen Fasimpaur‘s appeal on Sunday. It’s weird…I’m usually a little more shy on Twitter, but today I tweeted and RTed like a maniac.
One thing I tweeted was:
I guess I wasn’t surprised to hear what topped the list–Twitter. (The list below is in order by how many times each was mentioned. Twitter and blogging were by far mentioned most often. The others were mentioned 1-3 times each.)
- Blogging (professional, students, Edublogs, KidBlog.org and teacher blogging challenge)
- Facebook education groups
So, if you are a future connected educator, jump in and use one of these tools to join or extend your connections!
If you are already a connected educator, what tools and communities did you use to get connected?
Thanks to @CoughlinLaura, @JoyKirr, @NCarroll24, @KTVee, @Gallit_Z , @HughtheTeacher, @tdallen5, @Desjaras for sharing what helped them become connected.