In this Twitter in the K-8 Classroom Guide, you will learn about: What is Twitter? How to Get Started, How can you use Twitter in the Classroom? Twitter Etiquette, Your First Tweet What is a Quality Tweet? Logistics and Twitter Vocabulary.
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Twitter in the K-8 Classroom Guide
Twitter, without a doubt, has become the social network for educators to take their professional development into their own hands and AMPLIFY their learning beyond college courses, occasionally attended training sessions or attending annual conferences and workshops.
Twitter allows teachers to connect with other educators from around the world, join discussions related to their interests and have a steady stream of resources (to help them teach and learn) available to them whenever, where ever and however. Creating a network on Twitter has catapulted educators to be part of a connected world where learning happens anytime, help is only a tweet away, collaboration partners meet and communicate, conversations that directly or indirectly impact their physical lives take place 24/7. Twitter is helping educators gain many 21st century skills and literacies which could easily transfer to their classrooms.
So the next question is…
How do you bring Twitter into your K-8 Classroom?
If your students are under the age of 13, they cannot create their own Twitter account (Minimum Age Restriction). The solution is to create a classroom twitter account and start tweeting as a class! Take a look at the following guide Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano created to help you think of a few ideas to use Twitter in your classroom and how to introduce tweeting to your students.
In the Twitter in the K-8 Classroom Guide
- What is Twitter?
- Getting Started
- How can you use Twitter in the Classroom?
- Twitter Etiquette
- The First Tweet
- What is a Quality Tweet?
- Twitter Vocabulary
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