It’s time to rock the Twitterverse again with a #PLPNetwork Twitter chat! Sunday, April 29 at 7pm EDT NY, you’re invited to join us for our second #plpnetwork Twitter chat!

The topic for our chat:

Who Rocks Your World (Pedagogically)?

With everything that’s out there, who are your “go-tos” – the thinkers you want to learn from, the people who live in your world who make you laugh while showing you new ideas, the ones who always give you something you can use the next day. How are you making the most of these connections and sharing them with your peers and students? Let’s use this chat to share our tips for success with the PLP community.

The chat will be hosted by PLPeeps: Lisa Noble (@nobleknits2) and Michelle Rogerson(@chelbycat) and will feature guest expert Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach (@snbeach).

Of course, we have prizes galore for participating in the chat!  We will be giving away A&E History Channel DVDs,  a copy of Sheryl and Lani’s latest book, The Connected Educator, and for one lucky winner, FREE enrollment into a Summer PLP eCourse of their choosing!

What is a Twitter chat?

A Twitter chat is a lot like any other online chat, where people gather to talk about a specific issue. The great thing about a Twitter chat is it brings people together from all over world to a central area (Twitter) where they can interact in real time. To join a Twitter chat, you just need to know what hashtag is being used. A hashtag is simply a way to search topics on Twitter and is recognized as a word preceded by a “#,” such as #education or #plpnetwork.

How do I participate?

You can simply go to and login, then type #plpnetwork into the search box at the top. If you keep refreshing the search results, you will see the chat stream as it comes in through Twitter.

You may also use an application specifically designed to monitor Twitter chats. The most popular options are TwitterfallTweetChatTweetGrid, and TweetDeck. These applications will allow you to enter your search term (#plpnetwork) and show a stream that will update in real time (or based on how often you tell the application to refresh the stream).

If you are new to chatting on Twitter, check out our post, How to get the most out of participating in a Twitter chat, for tips and ideas for joining us Sunday night!


Twitter Chat Giveaway!

We’ll give away lots of prizes during the chat, but here’s your first chance to enter. Copy and paste the tweet below and shout it out loud in the Twitterverse:

Join me and @plpnetwork April 29 at 7pm EDT NY for a #plpnetwork chat about who rocks your world (pedagogically)! More details at

You’ll be entered to win our random drawing, and we’ll announce the winner as we start the Twitter Chat!

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