What innovations do you commit to putting in place in your classroom? Share your ideas & debrief the process with other innovative educators.(inspired by a tweet from @nashworld in 11/24's #edchat)See More
This group is designed to provide an outlet for educators to discuss books that peak their interest. Begin discussions about books that you find interesting and make recommendations to each other based on reading history.
"@hoprea made a great suggestion to me last week, which is to use both www.tweetchat.com as well as Tweetdeck. It is a great combination. I followed the chat in Tweetchat, where it is easier to read, but was alerted to Mentions by Tweetdeck."
"I couldn't do this job if it only took place outside of my classroom. It is when I close the door to the outside world and give all that I have to making a moment of "I get it!" happen in my students eyes that I know I will continue…"
OK, I've put you through for an invite. Some have taken days to process which makes no sense to me. Google says "Invitations will not be sent immediately. We have a lot of stamps to lick." - let me know when it shows up & have fun exploring!
Small world! I'm a music dept head of Montgomery School. Priscilla Sands was working at Agnes Irwin while I was a student! What do you teach? Thanks for writing! I'll also add you to my Twitter friends.
The current generations of educators have a huge burden on their shoulders. They are the carriers of change. They have to encourage project-based learning, greater collaboration between the students, insightful discussions… the list goes on and on.Out of all trends in education, this is the most important one: teachers are being transformed into mentors. Since the role of the educator is changed, everything else changes, too: the teaching methods, the testing and grading, the way we pay…See More