This webinar is hosted in English
Twitter provides a great way for students and teachers to share, reflect, and set goals for future learning. Learn how Twitter has been used in Grades 1-6 to meet curriculum expectations, engage reluctant readers and writers, connect with other classrooms, and make meaningful connections in various fields. See how photographs, videos, podcasts, and writing can be shared through this one tool. Look at practical ways to get started with using Twitter today!
Doctor of Education
Susan Wells/Zora Windlow SL
Educator, innovator, pioneer in the field of mobile learning, 29 years working as a Principal, Central Office Special Education Administrator, Behavioral Specialist, Teacher, Technology Coordinator, Adjunct Special Education Professor, Public Speaker. Current President ISTE SIG Mobile Learning, Advisory Board Member for Shodor, National Resource for Computational Science Education and LitWorld, an International Non-Profit Advocating for and Working Towards Global Literacy. Creator of Camp EdTech Green, a one-of-kind STEAM experience: Science, Technology, Engineering (& Math), Arts and Makers Ed!
Laura Briggs/Cyndyl Enyo SL
Laura is a technology resource teacher/staff developer and online course designer/facilitator for ETLO/North Tier Consortium, STEM camp director, President-Elect/PD Chairperson for ISTE SIGML, and Second Life Facilitator. She served three years on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Society for Technology in Education as Board Chairperson, PD, Membership and Marketing Chairperson, MLearning SIG Coordinator. She served seven years on the VSTE Conference Committee on Marketing, Presentations, and Registration Committees. She also served as VSTE Conference Digital Sandbox Chairperson organizing a playground-type event with presenters, sponsors, Ignite Talks, and robotics teams for two years.