End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

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 the steps on how when going paperless, our teacher’s toolkit to enhance your productivity and teaching techniques, ways to keep your students focused in your class, and using Schoology to keep your students on track. 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.


Lisa Nielsen‏ (@InnovativeEdu)
“Never again waste time explaining to students or educators how to capture and share screenshots. Just share this…

David Truss‏ (@datruss)
Link to the Tweet:
“Final assessment question: “What else do you know that I didn’t ask you?” @AliciaJohal@edutopia⁩”

Ken Shelton‏ (@k_shelton)
“This is a good read centered around the “game” of Education. Some play it well, some know how to play it, and for some the rules are written so they will never succeed. My Kids Are Straight-A Students And They Know Nothing

Bill Ferriter‏ (@plugusin)
“Simple truth:  EVERY kid deserves to feel acknowledged and appreciated by the teachers in their lives. EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. Make that your personal mission.”

Jane Hart‏ (@C4LPT)
“Yet another article about how “continuous learning” means organisations need to continuously train their people – when it is in fact about the need for individuals to take charge of their own self-improvement and self-development


Mr. C‏ (@mr_colella)
Link to the Tweet:
“This is me and the late Mr. Marino from @NeedhamPublicSc . Who inspired you?”

ChalkTalk‏ (@ChalkTalk)
“The best solutions for EDU aren’t the ones that promise to “revolutionize transform or disrupt” – it’s solutions that provide teachers with the resources and support they need to teach the way they want to teach.

Jacqueline Beaupré‏ (@beehappyteacher)
“ICYMI and are still misinterpreting the “neuromyth” of individual learning styles to mean you need different teaching styles to reach inidividual students:

Jim d’Entremont‏ (@Jim_dEntremont)
“Want a community building, low key, fun way for students & families to be exposed to new experiences? Read about the World Geography & Culture Night we have annually at our school…

Erin Broderick‏ (@librarybrods)
Link to the Tweet:
“Ignite passion and creativity in students by giving them voice and choice @mr_casal @5Boyer #ettsummit

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