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Welcome to TwitterU!
This wikispace was inspired by a blog post of @darahbonham on Twitter. Check out his post and then feel free to join in the fun. Think about all the links you miss during the school day. Imagine if those links were accompanied by a hashtag that would make it easier to search by topic.
Feel free to add your own hashtags, just scan the list to ensure they haven't been used. The best way to get these to be universal is to use them. Let's learn together.
Project Based Learning
Some links for getting started and conversation about project based learning.
Resources for Universal Design for Learning
Resources for Read180
Tips and sites for searching, not the same as teaching research
Teaching students to research
Recommended books for teachers/admin
Building reading comprehension, good strategies to use
Brain Based Learning
Some resources for cognition and Brain-Based Learning
Resources and ideas for the teaching of writing
Out of School Time
Resources and ideas for working with youth in after-school and community-based programs
Designing, leading, and reflecting on professional development and teacher learning
Resources relating to the design of learning spaces
Intended for the true collaborative opportunities promoted through Twitter in education
Educational conferences you are seeking or promoting, or just Tweeting about
Resources and information for teachers of grades K-5 (ages 4/5 to 10/11)
Conversations to embrace entrepreneurship and student ownership of ideas.
Future of Education
Visionary ideas, predictions, suggestions--conversations about where we need to go from here
With major push to teach economic literacy coming, this allows educators to focus on strategies others are using.
ways to communicate with parents
specific examples of integrating technology in content areas
used to create an online discussion on 1/14/2010
learning through questioning, observation, exploring
Experience based learning, outdoor education, ropes courses, etc (from AEE.org)
help on how to format text
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