Twitter in the Classroom

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Hello!  It's been a rainy couple of days here in downtown Dallas.. Don't worry – the BMW is in a parked garage for those battling to win it!

Can teachers use Twitter as a tool in their classroom?  Using 140 characters to Twitter central themes, it requires students to narrow their voice down to the absolute point.  As a former 6th grade teacher, I'm always on the lookout for new and innovative teaching tools because usually, you can put a marketing spin on it and use it as a marketing tool.

Using new technology brings an added excitement to learning, plus the introverts and those who want to speak but anxiety and shyness stand in the way – it allows them to voice their arguments to backup their opinions.

I think the internet has really helped guru's the same way with their image and creating the business that's in their heads – but hard to emulate in person.  It's much easier to hide behind a computer and video camera and develop the site in the exact voice that you want to be heard.

I thought this was very cool!  Worth sharing…

Onwards and Upwards,

Kit

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