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Twitter Learning – #TweetGrowth

Twitter is a great resource for professional learning. But similar to anything that I want to learn, if I do not have transfer goals to bring life and meaning to information, I will never truly learn it. My Twitter Growth Challenge: to reflect on this month’s top 5 likes a/o retweets (and tweets) from Twitter! As always, I am excited […]

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Engage Your Biases

I recently participated in an eye-opening Twitter chat: #CSISDChat. The discussion highlighted tough conversations that revolve around poverty. The guiding thought for the chat was: is poverty a result of poor education or is poor education a result of poverty. The questions presented in the chat caused me to critically engage how I support and foster a learner-centered, poverty-minded […]

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Twitter Learning – #TweetGrowth

Twitter is a great resource for professional learning. But similar to anything that I want to learn, if I do not have transfer goals to bring life and meaning to information, I will never truly learn it. My Twitter Growth Challenge: to reflect on this month’s top 5 favorites a/o retweets from Twitter! As always, I am excited about […]

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“Retweets” and “Favorites”: Why?

Have you ever paused to think about why you retweet 140 characters on Twitter? Why do you choose a tweet to favorite? What does a retweet really mean? Does this reaction to the tweet benefit you or your professional learning network? Maybe both…but nevertheless, it’s important identify and understand why we make this digital response. There are several reasons why others […]

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