The goal is for students to own their learning, so deep, authentic, transformation can happen in a classroom. But…does it work? If you find the idea of flipping intriguing, or maybe even frightening, then you don’t want to miss this Twitter chat!
On Wednesday night, January 30th, AISI Network held another successful Twitter hashtag chat, this time on the topic of Collective Intelligence Building. It was a challenging topic for a twitter chat and in order to build collective intelligence people, were taking time to think, support others, ask questions and share resources. A smaller group of participants this go-round made for a slower, deeper, more scholarly chat. Great learning was had by all.
We’d like to thank everyone for contributing to the #plpnetwork twitter chat last night. Despite having the flu, our fearless leader Sheryl moderated the chat like like a pro, presenting thought-provoking questions and keeping the conversation flowing. Chat participants came together from across the globe to discuss PBL: Building a Common Understanding.
Passion Based Learning? Project Based Learning? Problem based learning? Maybe you’re not sure what PBL is or how to make it work in your classroom. Or perhaps you’ve been experimenting with PBL and you’re not convinced that you’re doing it “right.” Letâ€™s use this chat to share our tips for success both with the PLP community and beyond. If you are a PBL teacher please come help us dispel the myths.
As educators, we are preparing students to succeed in the real world. Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s imperative for students to be taught not only the â€˜funâ€™ parts of social media, but how to be responsible. In part three of our Twitter blog series, we’ll discuss how to use Twitter in the classroom.