End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

In the following post, we roundup our most popular tweets for the past week as part of Guildway’s weekly series.

There are a lot of educational technology tools that are featured in this week’s list, such as Edpuzzle, Schoology, Evernote, Google Slides, just to name a few. Aside from these tools, there are also other Guildway blog posts that you might be interested such as showing interactive videos to boost student engagement, the future of augmented reality (AI) and learning, and suggested tools to easily connect with parents. In addition, the Teacher Essential toolkit has been included again this week, it’s a list of tools you could refer to if you wanted to know the most essential tool for a specific task. Check out the rest of the posts below.

Here are this week’s top Twitter posts:

The second part of this series is to feature 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 for this week in the list below. Furthermore, we would like to acknowledge another five of our followers this week for following along.

Influencers

Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad‏ (@drlangraad)
“Many teachers teach using what they know. The best teachers question what they don’t know & learn alongside their students.”

Sean Robinson‏ (@sr_tutor)
“Check out the NEW @TeachSDGs activities on @EmpaticoOrg! New ways to #TeachCBL and #SparkEmpathy!!
– Everyday Energy
– Weather out the Window
– Helping Hands
Connect with classrooms around the world and #TeachSDGs here!!: empatico.org/?utm_source=ro…

Bryan L. Miller‏ (@EdTechNerd)
“How are you using robots in your classroom to teach your students coding and other skills?  Don’t make these same mistakes when using or planning on purchasing robots for your classroom! edtechnerd.us/3mistakeswithr…

Shawn McCusker‏ (@ShawnMcCusker)
“Every time I read Frederick Douglass’ quote “It’s easier to build strong children than it is to repair broken men.” I work a little harder and invest a little more.”

brian @ιədυcaтor‏ (@ieducator)
Article Shared: The Myth of ‘Learning Styles’

Followers

Edpuzzle‏ (@edpuzzle)
“NEW STUDENT CERTIFICATIONS just added! Teach your students about Digital Citizenship, Personal Finance, and more using video lessons. Check them out here —> buff.ly/2BiZj0G

Kellie Cacioppo‏ (@kelliecacioppo)
Link to Tweet: https://twitter.com/kelliecacioppo/status/1032336326673215488
“Today we discovered how we can use #flexibleseating to do our best thinking! We also got all of the @cacioppoleaders on @STMath

Mrs. Christen Foote‏ (@FooteMrs)
Link to Tweet: https://twitter.com/FooteMrs/status/1015281081795391488
“Just like children—the more invested teachers are the more they care.”

Brittany Washburn‏ (@BrittanyWTweets)
“Routines when using tech are just as important as all other classroom routines. bit.ly/2vXmjND

Ryan McHale‏ (@PonderEducation)
“Rather than being a relationships-driven educator or a data-driven educator, why not strive to be a relationships-driven educator who effectively uses data to help inform instructional practice? These two aspects of teaching should not be mutually exclusive.”

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