Slowchat Highlights

by | 03.8.16

We all know that social networks can be important teaching tools—but how do you cut through the clutter and focus on the channels that will truly help improve your practice? In last week’s slowchat hosted by teachers Lyndsay Nottingham and Sarah Thomas, we asked for the top social networks (besides Twitter!) that you use to enhance your teaching practice. Read on for 10 of the Teacher2Teacher community’s responses and share your own in the comments below.

  1. “I love to Instagram pictures of bookstacks and Vine new books in the library.”—@MrsElrodReads
  2. “I love watching webinars on I have joined numerous communities that have amazing resources as well.” —@wilton_tech
  3. “Love @Voxer book studies to enhance my practice. Pinterest is a great way to organize ideas/instructional strategies.”—@TeachDB17
  4. “If you’re looking for a site that helps you easily find and share teaching resources, check out BloomBoard!” —@BloomBoard
  5. “I’ve used @edmodo with Ss and enjoy browsing the quizzes @GetKahoot.”—@juliabishopnbct
  6. @voxer, @Yammer (with @BigHistoryPro community), even good ‘ole FB on occasion.”—@sarahyogidds
  7. “I use Periscope, Facebook & Instagram.” —@MrsSkyDavis
  8. “If you like Kahoot, @quizizz is like Kahoot on steroids, with less cheating!”—@MsZenTech
  9. “I love Edmodo to share ideas.”—@mcdelac22
  10. “I’m a @voxer addict; I still use FB, instagram to include all groups in my prof. sharing. I’m also trying out @Yammer & @SlackHQ.”—@meme3rat

Don’t miss this week’s slow chat about Twitter chats—use #T2TChat to join in the conversation with hosts Lyndsay Nottingham and Sarah Thomas. And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter if you don’t already!

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