Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest in the Classroom
As I was walking my second graders to music last week, a fourth grade teacher’s bulletin board caught my attention. I couldn’t wait to pop in her room to ask her more about her teaching process regarding the student work I saw displayed. Luckily, on my way back from dropping my students off at their music class, Mrs. Tweed was available. Mrs. Tweed teaches with me at Brookside Lower School. Social Media for Educators: Instagram and Pinterest and Twitter, Oh My! Several of our faculty members are active on a variety of social media sites on a professional level. Last week I saw several images posted to Instagram from one of our first grade teachers. Mrs. Developing the Idea for a Twitter Board When I walked into Mrs. Mrs. The Students' Challenge Each child was asked to compose a tweet to share about their independent reading book. Because this was Mrs. The students had to compose a tweet of 140 characters to try and hook their peers. Reflecting on Student Work When I asked Mrs. While Mrs.
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