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TwitterPoll.Net | Polling through tweets A Framework for Teaching with Twitter Faculty are increasingly experimenting with social media, and it's exciting to find more and more courses incorporating Twitter, a ProfHacker favorite. Just last week on ProfHacker Ryan provided an excellent introduction to Twitter, while earlier in the summer Brian reflected on his use of Twitter in the classroom during Spring 2010. As we gear up for the Fall 2010 semester, I wanted to revisit the idea of teaching with Twitter. I'll address my own pedagogical use of Twitter in a future ProfHacker post, but for today I want to share a general framework for Twitter adoption in the classroom, originally sketched out in late August 2009 by Rick Reo. In the process, I adapted Rick's original matrix, re-imagining the vertical axis as a spectrum of conversation, ranging from monologic to dialogic, and redefining the horizontal axis as a measurement of student activity, ranging from passive to active. How about you?
Project Info - phpESP - php Easy Survey Package The creativeLIVE Twitter Contest OFFICIAL RULES (Penny De Los Santos) The creativeLIVE Penny De Los Santos Twitter Contest (the “Contest”) begins May 13, 2011 at 12:00AM Pacific Standard Time (PST) and ends May 15, 2011 at 11:59PM PST (the "Contest Period"). The Contest is one in which a participant submits a quote or phrase relating to the Penny De Los Santos Photography Workshop on creativeLIVE.com and will be judged by a panel consisting of creativeLIVE staff and employees. Contest open only to persons 18 years of age or older at the time of entry who do not reside in an area where such contests are prohibited by law The sponsor of this Contest is creativeLIVE, Inc. (the “Sponsor”). No Purchase Necessary, and no entry fee, payment or proof-of-purchase necessary to participate in the Contest. Entrants are required to indicate that they have read, accept, and agree to be bound by these rules (the “Official Rules”). (a) Entries and other submitted material become the property of Sponsor and will not be acknowledged or returned. (a) Taxes.