Twitter-Cheat-Sheet-Tool-4-Learning-Unlimited-by-Kimberly-Tyson by Dr. Kimberly Tyson @tysonkimberly
It’s easy for a teacher to feel like the king of the classroom when you are there with your students, to feel like the education you received was sufficient, that the professional development conferences you attend keep you cutting edge enough– but until you look at Twitter, you won’t realize the sheer volume of conversations that are happening without you. This was what the two of us experienced when we joined Twitter. It was kind of scary and awe-inspiring at the same time: the education world had been going on without us, and it was going really fast.” -Jody Passanisi and Shara Peters
The above passage came from an article written in Scientific American by Jodi Passanisi and Shara Peters. To see the full article, click here.
Creating an Account and Beggining
Twitter User Name Ideas (check with your school to make sure they don’t have regulations)
Classroom Uses for Twitter
Web 2.0: How-To for Educators by Gwen Solomon and Lynne Schrum. This whole book is awesome! In particular, the chapter with Twitter gives tons of great ideas! Check out my book review on my blog.
20 Ways High Schools are Using Twitter in the Classroom by TeachThought @TeachThought
Managing Your Feed and Followers
Using TweetDeck Columns by Twitter
TweetDeck pro tips by Twitter