As part of Guildway’s weekly series, we roundup the top tweets for this week in the following post. Guildway blog posts that are featured in this week’s list include our recommended Google Chrome apps for Science and English teachers, using Schoology to keep your course organized, ways on how to create your website with Google Sites, and teacher tools to easily connect with parents. 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:
- End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets
- Google Sites: An Easy Way To Build Your Own Website, No Coding Required
- 3 Password Managers That Will Save Your Sanity
- 3 Teacher Tools to Easily Connect With Parents
- 15 Ways Teachers Should Spend Winter Vacation
- Is Homework Harmful? 2 Charts Say Yes!
- How To: Organize Your Blended Course Using Schoology [Video]
- Best Google Chrome Apps For Science Teachers in 2018
- Best Google Chrome Add-ons For English Teachers in 2018
- Why Your Online Tests Are At Risk And How To Fix It
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.
Angela Maiers (@AngelaMaiers)
Link to the Tweet: https://twitter.com/AngelaMaiers/status/1091711467311767552
“Telling people WHY they matter, rather than just that they matter, changes the game entirely.”
George Couros (@gcouros)
Link to the Tweet: https://twitter.com/gcouros/status/1091786086119030784
“Delaying the Grade: How to Get Students to Read Feedback | via @cultofpedagogy buff.ly/2QUnkmf ”
Eric Sheninger (@E_Sheninger)
“To build powerful relationships with all learners:
- Love your kids more than the subject you teach and/or the grade level you work with.
- Use feedback and positive reinforcement as the main learning motivator, not grades or marks.
- Be empathetic.”
Crystal Woodin (@crystal_woodin)
Link to the Tweet: https://twitter.com/crystal_woodin/status/1091525112300560384
“#kindergarten kiddos made their race tracks today to continue our work with force and motion. They started with a #problem made a #plan then #built their plan then made #changes as needed to make their cars move AND go faster.”
Brandee Brandt (@brandee_brandt)
Link to the Tweet: https://twitter.com/brandee_brandt/status/1061816550020259840
Sandra Baldwin (@SandraBaldwin18)
Link to the Tweet: https://twitter.com/SandraBaldwin18/status/1075084755715153927
“Learning to code is really just learning to think…differently. Thank you to Raea and Klint @learningcode for an amazing experience.”