Twitter was the topic of conversation for this week’s Tech Talk Tuesday session. With a mix of prepared slides and application sharing, twitter was introduced to those who may be new to its use. It was great to welcome a global audience with participants from Austria, Honduras (Central America), Moscow, Russia and Australia.
Image via CrunchBase Twitter is a rich and valuable place where like-minded individuals can gather and discuss (in real time or at their leisure). I love scouring my newsfeed and finding out all sorts of different information. This week I found out; A sortable list of iPad apps – (link) There’s a 2 day conference at Toorak College in Mt Eliza in Melbourne called Exploring and Implementing the Australian Curriculum – (link) That there’s a very funny video featuring ventriloquist Nina Conti on YouTube – (link) There’s timely reminder about defending your time found here – (link) iTunes to get an overhaul in iOS 6 – (link) Quotes From My Twitter Stream
Business @tamurray Foreign Languages #langchat @MmeVeilleux @mmebrady @fiteach @bselden @mme_henderson @usamimi74 @CalicoTeach @DiegoOjeda66 @espanolsrs @SECottrell @melindamlarson @lbpereira @NinaTanti1 @mrcbarbie @JCPSWorldLang @sylviaduckworth
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When I joined Twitter this past April, I was fresh out of teacher's college and eager to connect with experienced teachers -- I was not ready for my learning journey to come to an end, simply because I had graduated from my education program. Little did I know what was in store! At the time, I was clueless as to what a PLN [Professional Learning Network] was or how to create my own.
Tech for Teachers: Using Twitter to Start Your Personal Learning Network Jason T.
July 4th, 2011 by Mr.Williams.
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