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. The blog posts that are featured in this week’s list include our Teacher Essential Toolkit which has a list of tools that teachers could refer to if they needed a tool for a specific task, our recommended word cloud makers that are best for the classroom, ways on how to gamify your class to address the lack of student engagement, and our compilation of some of the best Google Chrome extensions and add-ons for Math teachers. 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. In addition, we want to acknowledge another five of our followers for following us.


Elisabeth Bostwick‏ (@ElisaBostwick)
“NEW post! Connecting With Learners: The Power Behind Cultivating Strengths and Interests…

John Stevens‏ (@Jstevens009)
“Did y’all know that @davidpetro314 has put together a huge set of activities for geometric constructions? The document is a gold mine of @desmos fun. Thanks for doing this, David.…

Doug Robertson‏ (@TheWeirdTeacher)
“Today a student out of nowhere said, “I’m glad you’re my teacher, Mr Robertson.” So I said, “I’m glad you’re my student!” She looked at me for half a second as if to check to see if I was playing or teasing, then smiled all big. Teaching is a cool job.”

Jennifer Williams‏ (@JenWilliamsEdu)
“HOW COOL! A quiz that helps us take ACTION on social good! Check it out!

Jeff Herb‏ (@jeffherb)
“There will be days that you fail and that your students fail. Remember failure is POSITIVE and to learn and grow from each occurrence. Instill that in your students.”


Erika Lee‏ (@painterspub)
Article Shared: How To Teach Kids Gratitude

Gail Moore‏ (@GailKMoore)
“Check out this Integration Doc: Flipgrid in PreK-2 Reading and Writing

Michael Tinker‏ (@MrTinker)
“Cognitive empathy builds when you do the same task as your students so that you understand what is required of them.”

Jason Menth‏ (@jmenth22)
Link to the Tweet:
“Always wanted to make a display of apps to promote purposeful use of #tech @talahi742. It’s already sparking interest amongst Ss and Ts.”

Sean Creamer‏ (@teachcreamer)
Link to the Tweet:
“Train children to spot, predict, use and generalise patterns in mathematics. Thank you @AJMagicMessage and Toothbrush. I feel inspired to continue fighting for this in our maths curriculum!”

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