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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 essential toolkit for teachers with a list of technology tools, apps, and websites to be more productive and effective; our recommended books to help you in managing your busy schedule; different ways to gamify your class; and steps on how to start going paperless. 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.


Donalyn Miller‏ (@donalynbooks)
“No teacher lies on their deathbed and says, “I wish I’d given them more test prep.” Sending engaged readers into the world is a legacy that matters and lasts long after we are gone.”

Pernille Ripp‏ (@pernilleripp)
“If you wouldn’t put your strongest readers through a computer program, please don’t put your most vulnerable readers through it.”

Nicholas Provenzano‏ (@thenerdyteacher)
“If you still haven’t checked out the Interactive Fiction Lesson for using coding in ELA classrooms, you are missing out!…

Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist)
“I’m a Neuroscientist. Here’s How Teachers Change Kids’ Brains. – EdSurge News…

Dr. Justin Tarte‏ (@justintarte)
“What most adults will never experience in their jobs:

A student visiting them years later to say thanks for being there when nobody else was.

A parent writing an email saying you changed their child’s life & they can’t thank you enough.

That’s why being a teacher is awesome.”


Matt Kuhn PhD‏ (@edtechmatt)
Article Shared: Coaching Teachers To Become Powerful Users of Classroom Tech

Jessica Bailey‏ (@Jessica22842726)
“A boundless educator to me means that we are not afraid of expressing other cultures and bringing that into our classrooms. Accepting we won’t always be the experts but are willing to learn with them to create a more wholesome experience.”

Wendy Espinoza Cotta‏ (@wendyecotta)
Article Shared: The Key to Effective Classroom Management

Heather Lister‏ (@heathermlister)
“Today: A student walked in late and instead of interrogating the kid about his whereabouts and where an excuse was, the principals and secretary asked him the following:

  • “Did you eat? Are you hungry?”
  • “Are you okay?”
  • “Is there anything we can do for you?”

This is caring.”

Kerry Cowell‏ (@kcowell7)
“The Difference a School Librarian Can Make, According to One Dad…

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