As part of Guildway’s weekly series, we roundup the top tweets for this week. Educational technology tools such as Google Sites, Schoology, Respondus, and Google Forms, are featured in this week’s list. In addition, there are also other Guildway blog posts that you might want to check such as our recommended Google Chrome apps for English and Science teachers, using the SAMR model as a guide for using technology in the classroom, and if homework is causing harm to students. Please check out the rest of the blog post below.
Here are this week’s top Twitter posts:
- Best Google Chrome Add-ons For English Teachers in 2018
- Google Sites: An Easy Way To Build Your Own Website, No Coding Required
- This Is What Your Awesome Technology Strategy Should Look Like: SAMR
- End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets
- Is Homework Harmful? 2 Charts Say Yes!
- How To: Organize Your Blended Course Using Schoology [Video]
- How To: Easily Organize Your Course Using Schoology
- Best Google Chrome Apps For Science Teachers in 2018
- Why Your Online Tests Are At Risk And How To Fix It
- New Grading Features of Google Forms
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 for this week in the list below. Furthermore, we are acknowledging another five of our followers for following us and for their engagement in our tweets.
Joe Sanfelippo (@Joe_Sanfelippo)
Link to the Tweet: https://twitter.com/Joe_Sanfelippo/status/1045063768068239360
“It’s not about the time… it’s what you do with the time. Every interaction matters… because it could be the one they talk about forever.”
Carri Schneider (@CarriSchneider)
“MUST READ research from @TNTP Students spent 500+ hrs/yr on assignments that weren’t grade-level appropriate and with instruction that didn’t ask enough of them. That’s 6 MONTHS of wasted class time! opportunitymyth.tntp.org/”
Jan Sheehan (@Mrsjansheehan)
“I was fortunate to have great mentors throughout my career to learn from and I am grateful. I believe it is my job to pay it forward to the next generation of amazing educators! I learn from them too!”