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#CIESCTLC Twitter for Leaders

A presentation for getting started with Twitter.

Kim Hendrick

on 2 September 2014

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Transcript of #CIESCTLC Twitter for Leaders

Why should educational leaders have a twitter account?
What is Twitter for an Admin?
"Twitter is like drinking from a firehose, you can only take a few sips at a time..."
"Twitter is not a technology. It's a conversation. And it's happening with or without you." - @charleneli
"Twitter is the new Townhall. The world's the city. When something happens-good, bad or ugly..we come together. We talk,celebrate, grieve.." @pryankaa
A Professional Resource for EVERYONE!
What are some examples of admins and schools using twitter?
Passion is at the heart of it!
How do I get started?
Where can I go for more information?
George Couros Blog
The End!
Eric Sheninger - New Milford High School
For the future?
Guest student tweeters for the week!
Twitter chats with parents.
Teachers using Twitter.
Your thoughts?
My Connections…



Educational Hashtags



Backchannel Interaction

How do I grow professionally?
How do I communicate with others?
How do I collaborate with others?
Am I connected to my students, parents, other colleagues?
Do I reach my students outside of the classroom?
Can I do things differently?

Ask yourself….

eLearning & PD Coordinator
Indiana Online Academy
Self-proclaimed Connected Educator

“Great schools grow when educators understand that the power of their leadership lies in the strength of their relationships. Strong leadership in schools results from the participation of many people, each leading in his or her own way.”

Eric Sheninger Blog
INeLearn Twitter Lists
Build a Personal/Professional Learning Network
Professional growth (DIY PD)
Communicate with stakeholders
Market school or classroom
Your thoughts?????
The Power of Twitter
Tweet Disection

~ Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
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