What #VTed Did This Summer
If you weren’t hanging out on twitter last night from 8-9pm EST, you missed a great #VTed twitter chat. But don’t despair: the next one’s September 3rd, same bat-time, same bat-channel. (Mark your calendars!)
Meanwhile, here’s what you missed:
Twitter chats are a great, low-stress way to build your Personal Learning Network (PLN). You can meet other educators from your district, meet other educators in your content area and get and share classroom and curriculum ideas. You’ll be surprised at how many great friends you’ll make online this way. And best of all, you can do Twitter chats at home in your pj’s with a dog in your lap. Professional development doesn’t get any easier than that.
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Audrey Homan does online things like game-building, blog-posting, live-tweeting and video-editing for the Tarrant Institute. She also gets to dremel DIY iPad carts and make up theme songs for other people's columns. It's a good life, is what she's saying.
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