End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

In the following post, we roundup the most popular tweets for the past week as part of Guildway’s weekly series. 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 Schoology, Evernote, Google Forms, and Classcraft, have been included. Aside from these tools, there are also other Guildway blog posts that you might want to check such as how to gamify your class, a list of tools to make your teaching better and easier next school year, and password manager suggestions to avoid making simple passwords and to create secure ones. Also, if you are a Math teacher, we’ve got you covered this week with a list of some of the best Google Chrome add-ons to help improve your instructional design.

Here are this week’s top Twitter posts:

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

Influencers

Lyn Hilt‏ (@lynhilt)
“ISTE, Digital Tracking, and the Myth of Personalized Learning” by @crowley_mike #edtechchat #MLClearns #ISTE18 – we’ve talked about personalized learning and what exactly that even means and my goodness I don’t know why I’m so bewildered about this https://t.co/pxFCEZHgKR”

Jon Bergmann‏ (@jonbergmann)
“We must be careful to not have #shineyobjectsyndrome #Tech isn’t the answer to good education. Good pedagogy supported by the best tools is! Tech Tools can amplify and help, but we must start with the most important things. #satchat

Terry Hoganson‏ (@TerryHoganson)
Article Shared: 17 Little-Known Tips, Tricks and Hacks for Using Google in the Classroom

Elana Leoni‏ (@elanaleoni)
“Powerful #FridayFact via @edutopia @WordLib: Students who perceive a teacher as caring have higher attendance, better grades, AND are more engaged in the classroom and at school. buff.ly/2usYw7s  #SEL #ntchat

Craig Vroom‏ (@Vroom6)
“Why We Tribe – The Reasons Behind It fueling-education.com/2018/07/why-we… #compelledtribe

Followers

Ed Casey‏ (@ecasey77)
“STRATEGY SHARE: EXPLORING OUR CHANGING PLANET IN HUMANITIES CLASSROOMS blog.education.nationalgeographic.org/2018/07/16/str… via @NatGeoEducation #worldgeochat

Mark Fraver‏ (@MarkFraver)
#Eduapp “Fractions. Smart Pirates” features:
* 4 games in one: simple #fractions, equivalents, comparison, addition;
* training mode at the start of every level;
* different levels of difficulty in each game: Easy, Medium, and Hard.
apple.co/1AhjgYo  apple.co/1EsOT89

Misty Ortega‏ (@misty_ortega)
Link to Tweet: https://twitter.com/misty_ortega/status/1010551785923244033
“Just finished this historical fiction book, The Night Diary.  I definitely recommend it for middle grade kids and older! It’s the perfect story to teach about the realities of what a refugee would experience. Absolutely loved following Nisha’s journey! @VeeraHira

Becky Mendoza‏ (@BeckyMe1105)
Link to Tweet: https://twitter.com/BeckyMe1105/status/1021050161898766336
“I am sure this is not a complete list but I love this!”

Rachael Marie Pierson Keller Bouhanda‏ (@rbouhanda)
“HyperDocs and the teacher librarian blogs.slj.com/neverendingsea… #teacherlibrarian #hyperdocs #edcampcapecod

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