10 Way to Use Twitter for Fun Assignments, Projects, Class Work

Twitter can Bring a Contemporary, Fun Social Element to Topic Exploration, Research, Projects, and Other Classroom Activities Twitter, along with other social media platforms, is […]

Adventures of LEARNing, HOW does it happen!?

. . Adventures of LEARNing, HOW does it happen!? . WHY do I mention the word adventure!? Strange, isn’t it? Well LEARNing is an adventure […]

New study shows how hard it is to spot bot accounts on Twitter

Fake news is one of the biggest topics of the day, but fakery is nothing new online.  Several years ago the issue was less about […]

The Periodic Table of Educational Tweeters to Follow

Twitter for professional development It’s really interesting seeing the number of schools that are purposefully working to help teachers learn how to capitalise on the […]

5 Surprising Ways Twitter Can Help With Online Teaching

For the longest time, I could see no way to connect online teaching with Twitter.   Twitter was like some annoying, large exotic bird. Oh, […]

DC: Look at how many times these CIO’s mention that they’re tapping into streams of content

From DSC: When you read the article below, notice how many times these CIO’s mention that they’re tapping into streams of content     How […]

Each of us needs to be drawing from — and contributing to — streams of content [Christian]

From DSC: Readers of this Learning Ecosystems blog will recognize the following graphic:     I have long believed that each of us needs to […]

Teachers – be careful on Twitter!

Ok, so please excuse the sensationalist title. The thing is, I am a huge advocate for using Twitter for personalised professional development. I’ve written about […]

Exploring Flipped Learning in the Unique “#flipblogs” Chat

Teachers are writing blog posts exploring a new question or topic every other week, and then getting together on alternate Wednesday evening's for a Twitter […]

STILL following “WE have ALWAYS done it this way” OR ALREADY on Growth-Mindset!?

. . STILL following “WE have ALWAYS done it this way” OR ALREADY on Growth-Mindset!? Well, when analyzing posts from EDUcators, TEACHers from around the […]

From interviews to Instagram, how did we engage students in the evaluation of Clement House?

Working with students as partners in the development of their university experience should form an integral part of any institution’s set of policies. However, securing […]

Telling the ISTE 2017 Story in Twitter Traffic

What was popular at ISTE? A U.K. company analyzed thousands of tweets to see who was doing most of the sharing, and on what subjects.

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