by Theresa Gray | Oct 7, 2020 | Culturally Responsive Education, Twitter, Twitter Chats
Summary of September 26, 2020 Twitter chat around the question “How do we maintain inclusive spaces that value and depict diversity through student voices, cultural voices and experiences?”
by Theresa Gray | Sep 24, 2020 | Community of Practice, Connected Educator, Personal Learning Networks, Twitter, Twitter ChatsI’ll never forget the first time I realized the power of participating on Twitter. I was attending a national conference for professional development and had signed up for a session with a fairly well known presenter. I got to the room early so that I...
by Powerful Learning Practice | Aug 28, 2015 | PD, Powerful Learning Practice
I began to think about the kinds of professional learning we offer at Powerful Learning Practice and asked myself if we were honoring what teachers want. We are a small, intimate group here at PLP, but we have huge hearts and an extensive amount of combined experience both in and out of the classroom when it comes to pedagogy and future ready learning.
by Matt Renwick | Jul 3, 2014 | Connected Leadership, Personal Learning Networks, Voices
I think this is a dilemma that many professional educators face. Do we get away from all things school-related for the summer? Or should we stay connected to and continue to develop our personal learning networks and nurture our professional growth?
by Lisa Noble | Jan 29, 2013 | Personal Learning Networks, The Teaching Life, Voices
Twitter’s power as a personal learning network made coming back to school after the winter break more tolerable for Lisa Noble and her Canadian elementary kids. The highlights included tweets from space, transmitted by astronaut and social media maven Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut who landed on the international space station just before Christmas. And then there was littleBits…