Examining The Use Of Facebook In The Classroom. Facebook for Your Classroom in 7 minutes. Facebook- Ohio Department of Education. Linkedin- World's Largest Professional Network. 5 Free Twitter Curation Tools To Enhance Your PLN. 22 Effective Ways To Use Twitter. Using Twitter in the classroom is a no-brainer.
It’s a powerful and free tool that already has wide adoption among educators, students, administrators, and parents. The Power of Twitter Chats. The Teacher's Guide To Twitter. Twitter has proven itself to be an indispensable tool for educators around the globe.
Whatever skill level you may be, Twitter is downright fun and worth your time. So here’s a useful guide that we curated from Edudemic’s archives in an effort to put something together that was a bit easier to read than random blog posts. We hope you enjoy and will be regularly adding to this guide so feel free to leave your ideas down in the comments or by, what else, tweeting us @edudemic anytime! Our Biggest Twitter Tips For Teachers For many teachers making a foray into the edtech world, Twitter is an excellent tool for consuming and learning. Many are also harnessing Twitter as a part of their PLN (personal learning network) to connect, share, and network.
Check out our biggest Twitter tips for teachers below! Twitter. Twitter Tutorial. 52 Social Media Platforms. New Platforms Updated Regularly In the second edition of my book, How to Make Money with Social Media, written with Dr.
Reshma Shah of Emory University, we provide real solutions based on real case studies on how to set-up, launch and run an effective, ROI-based social media campaign. Comprehensive Guide to Using Skype in the Classroom. Images are Screenshots via education.skype.com - The Skype name, associated trade marks and logos and the "S" logo are trade marks of Skype.
The pioneer in internet VoIP calling and videoconferencing technology known as Skype has been revolutionizing the ways that many of us communicate. Whether it’s for personal interaction between family members and friends, or helping small businesses to reach out to a larger target audience, this popular technology, which allows for free or low-cost audio/video communications over the global Internet, has become a standard bearer for the future of telecommunications. Effectively Use The Top 4 Social Networks. Have you ever wondered why you need to be a member of the top 4 social networks: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and the whole host of other social networking sites that your friend invite you to be a part of?
Maybe you should only join Facebook. Or maybe Google+ would be the better option. How To Improve Your Social Media Skills In 30 Minutes A Day. Getting the most out of social media takes time and effort, right?
Only if you let it. In fact, there’s a popular visual going around that was originally made for marketers but could just as easily be useful to teachers, students, and school administrators. Whether you’re a social media expert, beginner, or somewhere in between, this has some awesome tips to help you improve your social media skills and more. The tips are divided into particular social networks.
From Twitter and Facebook to Instagram, there are a lot of quick tips that any teacher on the run (isn’t that every single one?!) Scheduling Messages. OH Dept of Education. The_Productivity_Handbook.pdf. Thinkfinity. Browse Resources Verizon Foundation proudly partners with some of the country’s top educational organizations to provide you with the latest topics, tools and trends in education.
Created by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, ARTSEDGE provides resources and examples for teachers to teach in, through and about the arts. The site includes lesson plans, advocacy and professional development resources, and up-to-date information on arts programs from around the world. Visit ARTSEDGE Developed by the Council for Economic Education, EconEdLink provides teachers and students with lessons and classroom learning activities based on economics topics in the news and real-time economics data.
Visit EconEdLink. What Did We Do Today? - App. There’s a new classroom messaging app that goes beyond your typical mobile classroom app. It’s called WDWDT (stands for What Did We Do Today? ) and is a messaging service custom-built for students, parents, teachers, and others to stay in the loop about what’s been happening in class lately. You won’t need to send home exit slips or other notifications on paper and hope for parents to see and sign them anymore. WDWDT drags that process into the digital age and lets parents stay instantly connected to what their children are doing and learning in the classroom. It works the other way too as teachers can hear from parents about potential problems, absences, concerns, questions, etc.
How The WDWDT App Works. Yapp: Build Your Own Event App.