Tweet Learning

” To innovate is to “make changes to something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas or products,” according to Oxford.

Twitter, the social platform with more than 300 million monthly active users and 500 million Tweets sent per day, is the education tool you need to inspire innovation in your classroom.

Use these Twitter-based classroom and assignment ideas to change, alter, revolutionize and transform the way you and your students learn, explore and grow.”

I wish I had Twitter when I was an NQT in 1997. A world without Twitter? Can you imagine …

I was using Facebook and Blogpress prior to 2005. Twitter did not yet exist in the modern world and @TeacherToolkit was non-existent! Other than local authority work, there was little or no other mechanism to share ideas beyond my locality. Quite frightening really!

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Inspire innovation with Twitter in the classroom. 

GUEST COLUMN | by Jessica Sanders 

CREDIT Learn2EarnTo innovate is to “make changes to something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas or products,” according to Oxford.

Twitter, the social platform with more than 300 million monthly active users and 500 million Tweets sent per day, is the education tool you need to inspire innovation in your classroom.

Use these Twitter-based classroom and assignment ideas to change, alter, revolutionize and transform the way you and your students learn, explore and grow.

Create Hashtags

Take class discussions online with student-created hashtags. The process is simple: each week, one student creates a hashtag that will be used for an ongoing discussion throughout the week—you can determine this topic or leave it up to the students to decide. You can either: suggest that they choose a conversation to continue from an assignment or discussion last…

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