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 Guildway blog posts that are featured in this week’s list include our recommended Google Chrome add-ons for English teachers to use in the classroom, list of books to read about productivity, using the SAMR model to guide teachers in using technology in their course, and our teacher’s toolkit to help you enhance your productivity and teaching techniques. 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.


Craig Badura‏ (@mrbadura)
Educators and Students, take 5 minutes to read this.

“Why Average American Teens are Exhausted and Burnt Out”… via @melissarunsaway

Chris Wejr‏ (@ChrisWejr)
NEW POST: Building Staff Culture: The Importance of Slowing Down…

Greg Kulowiec‏ (@gregkulowiec)
If you are looking to get started with podcasting in your classroom, check out this new video that breaks down @gosynth & @anchor for podcasting in Edu.

Tisha Richmond (@tishrich)
“Check out my new blog post: Magical Learning with Augmented Reality!…

So excited about @3DBearOfficial and all the possibilities for classroom magic! Get your free trial here!

Dennis Dill‏ (@DennisDill)
Building relationships … is not a special activity … it is something built over time … a little everyday. Not completing a checklist of “get to know you” questions, but rather listening and then responding.


Tom Krawczewicz‏ (@tkraz)
If you’ve ever asked yourself “Why do my students need to memorize when they can Google it?”, the answer is here plus much more.

(Spoiler alert: learning facts is foundational).

Memorizing Facts vs Using Information with Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath.

Danielle Edmunds‏ (@dedmunds31)
We all benefit from experiences that allow us to empathize with others, be it through literature or in the real world. We can help students recognize that we can have a positive impact when we empathize…not just sympathize.

Adriaan v. d. Bergh‏ (@avanderbergh)
Some nice updates for teachers!

Kevin Kelly‏ (@KevinKelly0)
You’ve heard me talk about the @PeraltaColleges #Equity #Rubric – now you can read an @ONEforTraining blog post about it (by me and @IngerTweeter):… Thx to @brocansky for helping to spread the word!

Stephanie Burroughs‏ (@Mathiacadoro)
Put together some quick ideas on how to use @Padlet or @Flipgrid in Math class! #MTBos #mathchat #ntchat…

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