A Little White Bird Is Changing Education

The first day has come and gone, the first homework assignment assigned, the first test taken—you’re in the swing of things now.

Before you get too far along and all your lesson plans are finalized, there’s something you’re forgetting. A tool so powerful, so far-reaching, so utterly . . . well, useful.


A quick Internet search yields quite the catch of lists and best practices for using Twitter in the classroom. It’s possible you’ve read some, maybe even written one or two.

Across all those articles, the #1 reason to use Twitter in the classroom is to increase interaction. It makes sense. Twitter is a bunch of tweets that people share with the world. Your students are some of those people.

But it's easier said than done to move the classroom to where your students are already interacting together. Not any longer.

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