Twitter offers teachers more opportunities to connect

09/23/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

Educators increasingly are praising Twitter as a tool to help them connect with each other, as well as access resources and experts in their field, writes Susan Bearden, director of information technology at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in Melbourne, Fla. In this commentary, Bearden suggests 13 Twitter chats that every educator should follow, including #edchat, which draws voices worldwide, and #sschat, which is for history and social studies teachers, she writes.

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