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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Share Your Twitter Name Here...

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Twitter is rapidly becoming an extended PLN for teachers; a way for them to connect and take control of their own learning.

Edutopia has a number of resources for getting started. Here are just a few:

What about you? Are you on Twitter? If so, share your handle here and let's connect!

Note: This post was updated on October 17, 2014.

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beth_heller's picture

twitter handle is @beth_heller. I'm a science teacher interested in technology and the latest science news.

LMasterEdD's picture

Laura Spencer
Coordinator of Instructional Technology
Santee, CA

@LMasterEdD

Looking forward to learning more from everyone!

Claudia Wolverton's picture
Claudia Wolverton
Public Information Director, SC School Improvement Council

@SCSIC
The mission of the SC School Improvement Council is:
To promote and support civic engagement for quality public education in South Carolina.

Lisa Beebe's picture
Lisa Beebe
Technology Coordinator

@mslisabeebe

English Learner Coordinator & Tech Coordinator
Foshay Learning Center (public, K-12 Span school in LAUSD)

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FHUPrincipal
Principal of Fair Haven Union High School, Fair Haven, VT

Great way to connect with other educators, so I look forward to following/being followed and seeing what others are doing.

rschwartz418's picture

My twitter handle: @rschwartz418

EdTech, Project based learning, STEM, opportunity gap (and the twain if they should ever meet)

Scherrology's picture
Scherrology
Educational Technologist for Sasebo ES/King MHS in Sasebo, Japan.

Greetings from Sasebo, Japan. I'm @Scherrology on Twitter and am also the Educational Technologist at Sasebo Elementary School and King Middle/High School. Pretty new to Twitter.

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