Teach with Twitter

Sonja Coles Tech and Learning site is a very useful place to visit to see how to integrate technology into learning but the link provided here will take you to her information about Twitter and how you can make the most of it to maximise your capacity to get ideas for teaching. Essentially she is looking at Twitter to help you organise your ideas and share them. In a time poor job it is a very effective way of streamlining information and getting colleagues to share their knowledge. As she goes through the tips you learn about the functionality and protocol of Twitter, so the whole post is very informative.

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