End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

As part of Guildway’s weekly series, we roundup the top tweets for this week in this post. Educational technology tools such as Schoology, Evernote, Pear Deck, and Slack, are featured in this week’s list. In addition, there are other Guildway blog posts that you might be interested in such as our list of some of the best books on productivity, helpful tips for a stress-free vacation, and recommended tools to make teaching easier and better. Please check out the other 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 and for their engagement in our tweets.


Linda Yollis (@lindayollis)
“New #blogging Video and Post: How to Teach and Promote Quality Blogging
Tips to Ensure Quality Blogging:”

JoAnn Jacobs (@JoAnnJacobs68)
“3 Keys to Educating the Whole Child

Cat Flippen (@CatFlippen)
“UNPOPULAR OPINION — Technology should not be integral part of professional learning for educations.

Or rather, it should not be the focus/instigator/basis.

It’s time we start addressing the actual driver behind effective PL: passion, relevance, interest.”

Sean Fahey (@SEANJFAHEY)
“I was able to write this guest post one the #ditchbook blog after @jmattmiller was sitting in one of my #hyperdoc sessions during a summer of elearning conference. #inelearn I think this helps provide examples of beyond lecture/worksheet lessons.

Carrie Baughcum (@HeckAwesome)
“Sketchnoting is a powerful tool to enhance learning. Here’s my beginners guide to #sketchnoting in the classroom”


Edpuzzle (@edpuzzle)
“Want to learn more about Edpuzzle? Have a spare 90 minutes this weekend? Check out our Coach certification! Complete this course to earn a certificate and badge that will show everyone you are an Edpuzzle superstar ⭐️ Get started here ➡

Randy Fairfield (@RandyFairfield)
“You can’t control what a student goes home to, but you can help them feel kindness, love, acceptance, forgiveness, and belonging during the sixty minutes they are in your class.”

Kyle Hamstra (@KyleHamstra)
“Don’t type it all out anymore. Ain’t nobody got time for that. When making sub plans, use @Flipgrid to create and organize videos so you can talk directly to your students, and the sub can easily access, autoplay, pause, and replay your multiple topic responses.”

Sheryl Cooper (@tch2and3yearold)
“Gingerbread Theme for Toddlers and Preschoolers:”

Jessica Hughes (@jesshug5715)
“Link to the Tweet:
“Love this #Halloween #animation one of my 3rd graders #coded in @scratch 3.0. Each spooky sprite was painted by the student! So cute!!!”

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