Come on, let’s tweet again like we did last summer. Yea, let’s tweet again, like we did last year. Do you remember when things were really hummin’? Yea, let’s tweet again, tweetin’ time is here!
Let’s revisit Twitter and it’s educational impact.
Dennis – 1986 was a pretty good year.
Daniel – Everyone in life has a story. But not everyone can tell theirs. – Rob Rosenthal’s How Sound Podcast
Chris – Bertrand Russell’s view of societies, conformity, and change have really got me thinking.
According to Omnicore – a digital marketing firm:
Twitter can handle 18 quintillion user accounts.
More than 100 million tweets contained GIFs in 2015.
Saudi Arabia has the highest percentage of internet users who are active on Twitter.
83% of 193 UN member countries have Twitter presence.
Notes & Links
Twitter Ain’t Just For Twits by Art Lieberman
ICT in Practice Issue 16
It’s all about the #hashtag
Some that I’ve enjoyed:
- #ntchat (new teacher)
- #scitlap (science – teach like a pirate)
- #sblchat (standards-based learning)
And that’s just Wednesday evening. These are great also…
- #mschat (middle school)
- #ditchbook (digital learning)
- #LEARNlap (learn like a pirate)
The Sat Chats – Leadership
- #satchatoz (Saturday chat Australia)
- #satchat (Saturday Chat)
- #satchatwc (Saturday Chat West Coast)
Education Chat Calendar (seriously!)
A Useful List of the Best 100 Education Hashtags for All Educators