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10 Ways Teachers can use Twitter

Another great post from the people that brought you Using Twitter for Teachers’ Professional Development This is our third consecutive post on Twitter. Now that you have a roadmap on how to use Twitter in your classroom and after you have identified … Continue reading

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Battt Guest Post 4 by Debbie Light

By @teachertweaks “You need to get yourself on Twitter – there are some amazing teachers on it!” And so started my journey into the world of Twitter.  After a few nervous moments thinking ‘Who do I follow?’ ‘Why would anyone … Continue reading

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Battt Guest post 1 by Lee Parkinson

It’s Bring A Teacher To Twitter week (3rd-7th June 2013) and our first guest post comes courtesy of @ICT-MrP see his site HERE for more great posts. Why Twitter is essential for every teacher I firstly joined Twitter in an … Continue reading

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Battt Guest Post 2 by Rachael Edgar

By @dubai_teachmeet I have been asked to write about how Twitter has changed my teaching and boy has it done that and more in the space of 8 weeks… I came across Ross McGills @teachertoolkit account whilst using my personal … Continue reading

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Battt Guest Post 3 by Ian Addidson

By @ianaddison This is a post that I have written many, many times before and I wanted this one to be as current and relevant as possible. The brief I have been given is to look at how Twitter helps … Continue reading

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Too lazy to search?

Just want the potted highlights for the week? Want something to read but don’t want to trawl the net? Let us do the work for you. Or rather, let someone else do the work for you and we will just … Continue reading

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The Staff Room

Great new blog from @teachers_only called The Staff Room. Loads of hints and tips and musings from behind the staff room door. Just the sort of thing that battt loves to share. Go and check it out.

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Twittering Tweachers @sorrell_km

A guest post courtesy of @sorrell_km Check it. Twittering teachers Teachers, twitter is just too good for you to miss out on the full benefits just because you are worried about your students following you! There is no doubt it … Continue reading

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School Twitter Account @basttuk

Great post about Twitter in schools from @primaryideas School Twitter Account (Part 1) Does your school have its own Twitter account? If yes this series of coming blog posts may give you some extra ideas for making use of it. … Continue reading

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Bastt – great idea or step too far?

Earlier this week, we were promoting #bastt and we had an interesting response. First, Stephen tweeted this: And then @cymplecy said this: “I think its better to keep quiet about them and just have local parents following school twitter accounts – no … Continue reading

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