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Twitter Madness, Catch the Fever

Shows participants how to use Twitter for classroom, school, and professional growth use

Don Lourcey

on 10 June 2011

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Transcript of Twitter Madness, Catch the Fever

Skills Building Knowledge Closing Gaps spreadsheets Backchanneling with Real-time virtual conversation alongside f2f communication
establish group norms
ask questions
comment on ideas
highlight key points
provide feedback What is Twitter? Web 2.0
Academic Networking
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Conversation tweets twittersphere tweeple Suggestions
for use Share and collect resources Share inspirational quotes engage in educational discussions (#edchat) back-channel during student presentations (or faculty mtgs)--using #hashtag report out key learnings from conferences Follow tweets associated with topics of interest using a Twitter client solicit feedback of all stakeholders inform parents of key projects and learning opportunities celebrate student work and performances use as "exit ticket" to check for understanding, challenges, or questions communicate with experts Top 10 Annoying Direct Messages (DM) And who do I follow? Twitter Clients: Manage Your Tweets explore ways what was interesting? What other ways can you think of?
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