Twitter for the Connected Classroom
Transform your teaching and professional practices with Twitter.
Take this course to learn about the intricacies of Twitter and best practices for using it as a professional, with students, and parents.
Instant access, $29
Have you ever wondered what all the hype is with Twitter?
Why is everyone using hashtags in their online — and even offline — conversations?
Have you ever wondered if there’s a tool that will allow you to connect with other professionals in your field in an efficient and timely manner?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, today is your lucky day.
Powerful Learning Practice has a self-paced course all about Twitter.
Hi, I’m Christen Dodd, and I want you to join me for a self-paced course, Twitter for the Connected Classroom.
In this course, Twitter for the Connected Classroom, I’ll help you to understand:
- What is Twitter
- The terminology surrounding this popular tool
- How to use Twitter in the classroom
- How to use Twitter as a powerful professional development tool
- and more
I hope you’ll register now and join me in the exciting world of Twitter!
Specific topics to be covered include:
What is Twitter and why is it significant for educators? Learn the Twitter lingo, what to tweet and how to share it with your intended audiences.
Managing Your Twitter Account
Choosing the right twitter name is the just the first step in becoming a successful tweeter. Learn about the importance of branding, how-to target your intended audience; create a management plan for when/how often to tweet and more!
Twitter in the Classroom
Learn how-to enhance curriculum with activities and lessons that include tweeting with students and hosting your own twitter chats!
Learn about the intricacies of Twitter and best practices for using it as a professional, with students, and parents.
Instant access, $29
About The Instructor
Christen Dodd is the Director of eLearning for Powerful Learning Practice. After earning her MEd. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Virginia, she began her career as a K-5 Computer Resource Teacher. She enjoyed collaborating with staff and creating technology lessons that engaged students, but caught “the bug” for presenting to educators on a national level. For eleven years, Christen trained educators both face-to-face and virtually with Verizon Thinkfinity. She also served as their Distance Learning Coordinator and Vice President of Professional Development. Christen has enjoyed working with Powerful Learning Practice since 2011 and continuing her work with educators. In 2017, she was offered an opportunity to return to her roots as the instructional technology teacher at St. Gregory the Great Catholic School. She’s excited to work at the same school with her children, work with other PK-8 students and begin developing new courses for Powerful Learning Practice this upcoming year.
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