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A few months ago Educational Technology and Mobile Learning posted a detailed guide on how Teachers can Use Blogging in Education . We are glad this post has received a wide interaction from your part.
Jody Strauch By A. Adam Glenn
Recently, I have had students discover my @TheNerdyTeacher (1) Twitter account and follow me. It usually only lasts a few days before they unfollow me -- a few days of my flooding their feed with blog posts, education news and Edutopia articles. The big question I get from kids is, "Why don't you follow me back?"
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This guide is specifically for teachers who are interested in finding out more about Twitter and even jumping in to the Twittersphere themselves. It is made up of a series of videos from teachers who use Twitter all the time, so it was 'crowd sourced.' Meaning people in the crowd each added a little until there was a whole. Pretty cool stuff really.
Erin Scott A.P. Chemistry students use their cell phones to answer their teacher's question.