I love this idea! It provides quick and simple collaboration and professional development for a faculty. Learning for educators does not have to be an event, but can be something simple and ongoing. Well done! Thanks to @Aschrig on Twitter for sharing.
Truth......courtesy of @BaldRoberts:
I saw this tweet and its accompanying infographic this morning. It is a fascinating post: How does this impact our classrooms? How does this inform the education we provide? What are your thoughts?
I love both the message (which is essential for both educators and students) as well as the retro graphics of this tweet:
Here is today's tweet of the day, courtesy of @MrTomRad, and some short commentary about the tweet: A few thoughts: Quiet is important at times. There are some students for whom quiet is necessary to learn effectively. Quiet is also essential for respecting others when they are sharing their thoughts and opinions. Learning quiet at …
Today's tweet of the day is a very important reminder from @alicekeeler about the elements of productive student feedback: What do you do to ensure that the feedback loop and its content has value for your student?
A few minutes ago I finished participating in this week's #LeadUpChat on Twitter. I have found these chats to be increasingly important for me in providing inspiration and new ideas for leading in the classroom. Today's topic dealt with goals for 2018. Goals can be a tricky thing. They can be incredibly energizing, especially when …