Use #EdTechQ to get your questions answered

Twitter has become my default resource for professional development. I’m about ready to make the claim that I’ve learned more about teaching and education through twitter than I did through my painfully expensive Master’s Degree. If you’re not using it, get on Twitter.

If you’re on Twitter, and still don’t know where to get started, there is no shortage of #edchats to get involved with.

Seriously, if you skipped that link, here it is again. Geez!

You’re all but guaranteed to be able to join an #edchat right now. Teachers are nuts about this stuff!

And with good reason. With #edchats you’re walking into a professional development community of teachers who care about their job, their students, and themselves enough to work on improving every day. Nobody’s paid to be in an #edchat, they just want to be there, and they want you to be there.

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