End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

As part of Guildway’s end of the week roundup series, we have enlisted below the most popular tweets for the past week. These are posts that have gained a high engagement rate on Twitter through retweets and likes. For this week’s list, educational technology tools such as NEO, Google Classroom, Evernote, Schoology, and Pear Deck, to name a few, have been included. Aside from these tools, there are also other Guildway blog posts that you might want to check such as the steps you may take to become a paperless teacher, book suggestions about productivity, and different approaches in assigning homework.

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. And as our way of saying thank you to our dear followers for their engagement in our tweets, we would like to acknowledge another five of them this week.


Chris Wejr‏ (@ChrisWejr)
“My recent TEDx talk about the secret to bringing out the best in our students, staff, and kids.… #startwithstrengths

Greg Kulowiec‏ (@gregkulowiec)
Blog Post: 2 FlipGrid Hacks for the Classroom

Sharon LePage Plante‏ (@iplante)
Article Shared: 10 More Activities to Do on an iPad Instead of a Worksheet

Kory Graham‏ (@korytellers)
“Why can’t we have learning targets like… Creates stuff. Figures stuff out on one’s own. Asks questions. Figures out how to answer them.”

Dennis Dill‏ (@DennisDill)
“My Teacher Twitter Pledge …

I promise, to the best of my ability, to not over analyze the wording of other educators’ posts as a means to find fault with their position. I will remember, we are on the same team trying to accomplish the same feat … educating kids.”


The Paperless Logo‏ (@PaperlessLogo)
“Going paperless this year? Avoid the pitfalls-

Jacqueline Prester‏ (@MrsPrester)
“A great recap of the #ISTE18 experience through some familiar voices!

Actively Learn‏ (@activelylearn)
“What’s Going On In Your Child’s Brain When You Read Them A Story? Explore the importance of reading to kids and how being read to affects their brain with this @NPR article.

Candice Oakland‏ (@candiceoakland)
Link to Tweet:
“Spreading our love of reading at the @nypl  #booklove @STEM_Saratoga

A. Elizabeth Gerdes‏ (@AnneAlittlebit)
“Grade school teachers: Check out @squiggleparkedu Promotes reading skills! Contact: for free 30 day pilot trial.”

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