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Top Tweets for Teachers

By Teachers.Net News Desk
 



TWITTERAll month we’ll be adding interesting Tweets posted by teachers, for teachers on Twitter. Tweets will contain wisdom, tips, apps and great links, so check back often during the month! New Tweets will be added to the top…

 

Don’t forget to follow Teachers.Net on Twitter!

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I have written personal notes to my teachers’ parents telling them how proud I am of their son/daughter. [Tweeted during Kentucky school administrators’ Twitter chat about teacher morale]

Announcing the release of “2-Minute Biographies for Kids,” a set of inspiring Non-Fiction texts 4 school or home.

“To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark.” ~ Victor Hugo

15 Tips for the New Principal via .

Classroom Discussion Strategies

The 10 most popular TED-ed lessons of 2013 — Edgalaxy: Cool Stuff for Nerdy teachers:

Picture of the Day: The Grand Canyon Skywalk

For Science teachers! “Five YouTube Channels for Nation | CTQ:

5 Ways to Make Class Discussions More Exciting | Edutopia

@Larryferlazzo What Are The Unique Challenges Facing Male Teachers? Ed Week http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/classroom_qa_with_larry_ferlazzo/2013/11/what_are_the_unique_challenges_facing_male_teachers.html

Much of the rest of the civilized world doesn’t even try to start teaching children to read until they’re seven….

Education & standardized testing prepares children only to be students. It doesn’t prepare them for the real world.

How To Use Sesame Street To Promote Digital Literacy

Spanish classes celebrating Dia De Los Muertos.

@HuffingtonPost Turn the volume down: Noise is hurting your health in more ways than one

Flipping…It’s Not Just For The Classroom

Just added a new history site to : The History Blog –

“In the end, should we define public education as a public good or private commodity?”

Pres. Obama wants to bring high-speed Internet to 99% of U.S. students

Younger athletes get more concussions than college players, and the numbers are rising

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