Twitter: It’s Not Just “What’s For Breakfast?” Anymore

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Twitter has changed my life. Seriously. – Part in a series

And I’m not the only one.

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Teaching professionals have found ways to use Twitter to share resources and lend quick support to peers with similar interests. For educators who use this tool to build a network of people whose Twitter messages connect to their work, Twitter becomes a constant source of new ideas to explore.

Twitter as a backchannel (def?) has ***transformed the interactions among the participants of a conference, including those who weren’t in attendance. It adds a second layer of discussion and brings a wider audience into what would have been a private exchange. In addition, a Twitter backchannel gives the event an afterlife on the Web.

The Open Conversation

The Super-Fresh Web

– Search box

social networks, live searching and link-sharing

twitter chats

the follower structure, link-sharing, real-time searching

Who to follow

Hashtag list

Follow us @R10Instruction & all other accounts

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The #FF hashtag is put on tweets to identify recommendations of good people to follow on Twitter. Take’m & Make’m

http://melaniespencer.mmeis.net/?p=177

http://magicineducation.wordpress.com/2011/04/13/nine-great-reasons-why-teachers-should-use-twitter/

http://www.nea.org/home/32641.htm

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1902818-4,00.html

Tweeps to Follow:

https://skydrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=3AC2C723A00704A1!2814&cid=3ac2c723a00704a1&app=Excel

Weekly Twitter Chat Times:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AiftIdjCeWSXdDRLRzNsVktUUGJpRWJhdUlWLS1Genc#gid=0

 

 

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