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… Read more First Three to Being a Connected Educator
What a wonderful surprise I got from Gallit Zvi when she asked me to co-moderate a Twitter chat about #geniushour. We have both experienced this transformational approach to learning with our students, so we were excited to see if others wanted to talk about their experiences or had questions about genius hour. We chose a… Read more Twitter Chat for #geniushour
Last week I entered into my first chat on Twitter. Here’s how it went. Since I’m teaching Children’s Literature right now to undergraduate future teachers, I wanted to add Twitter as part of our curriculum. I made it optional, but I was pleased that each of them was interested. I was looking for a chat… Read more My First Chat
Updated 26 January 2019 Wow, who would have thought that I would go back to 2011–to one of my first blog posts–and update it today, almost 8 years later? Yesterday’s ‘assignment’ for the #Blogging28 Challenge was to update an old post, something I had not really tried previously. I looked at a few posts and couldn’t… Read more Thanks, eltpics!
Have you ever wondered how NOT to use Twitter? Probably not, but I’m here to tell you. According to HowLongHaveYouBeenTweeting.com I have been tweeting for 1 year, 2 weeks, 3 days, 16 hours, 16 minutes, 46 seconds. Little do they know that I was really incubating in my tweetless nest for most of that time.… Read more Twitter Non-Guidebook: What NOT to Do