Guildway roundup

End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

In the following post, we roundup our top tweets this week as part of Guildway’s weekly series. Guildway blog posts that are featured in this week’s list include our recommended word cloud makers that are best for the classroom, one question to ask yourself to keep your students focused in class, signs that you are burning out, and ways to overcome stress. If you are interested in other topics, please check out the rest of the blog posts below.

Here are this week’s top Twitter posts:

The second part of this series is we are featuring five education influencers and five of our followers. We have also selected one tweet from each profile. If you are looking for people in the education field who are worth following on Twitter, kindly check the featured influencers this week in the list below. Furthermore, we are acknowledging another five of our followers for following us.


John Spencer‏ (@spencerideas)
We often hear phrases like “never give up” or “never quit,” but I actually think kids should be learning to ask “When do I quit and when do I continue? When do I pivot on a project? When is it okay to abandon an interest and try something new?”

Jen Roberts‏ (@JenRoberts1)
In a graduate program? Add a university library to your Google Scholar Settings. #gradschool

Rich Kiker‏ (@rkiker)
Link to the Tweet:
Some very popular requests answered by the #GoogleClassroom team again! Teachers will be very happy with this – Now filter the Classwork page  by topic and new posts will be at the top. #GoogleEDU #KikerLearning

Nancy Blair‏ (@blairteach)
Well, here’s a really thought-provoking piece: “10 Things Every White Teacher Should Know When Talking about Racism” from @Angela_Watson #edchat

Steven Weber‏ (@curriculumblog)
25 Questions That Can Transform Schools
What questions will you ask that will allow you to have an impact on learning with your students, staff, and community?… by @mattwachel & @curriculumblog #edchat #colchat #ASCD


Cassandra Michel‏ (@Cassand81862324)
Currently watching the Netflix documentary Our Planet to celebrate earth day and thinking about how I can incorporate teaching about climate change into my future classroom and inspire a generation of students to take care of this planet. There are so many possibilities!

Mr. Crow‏ (@tanner_crow)
“FREE Beginner #Programming/#GameDesign Course to any student/teacher wanting to learn coding in #Java! And make games like this!  ⇊

Check out my channel!…

Caleb Hudgens‏ (@calebhudgens)
Check it out! TCEA: Here’s a fun new app: WonderscopeApp! kerszi explains how it’s nothing like she’s seen before Filled with color, this interactive experience where augmented reality meets cartoon stories will have you just as excited! #arvrinedu

Adam Lindstrom‏ (@AdamDLindstrom)
The Future Belongs to the Makers… via @spencerideas @MitchellShatz @ReinventEDblog @Morgan_Gross @fbellezza3

Barbara Treacy‏ (@barbaratreacy)
Great overview to @juliaffreeland‘s book “Who You Know” and the importance of helping students expand their networks  in NYT Bulletin Board: Creating Networks for Students #edchat #edtech

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