End of the Week Roundup of Top Tweets

Guildway’s roundup is a series that enlists 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, education technology tools such as Google Forms, Google Sites, Backup and Sync, and Evernote have made the cut. Aside from these tools, there are also other Guildway blog posts that contain tips to become an efficient and effective teacher, and tool suggestions to save you time from researching the right tool that works for a certain task. Kindly check out each blog post below, and we hope that you will gain helpful information to boost your teacher productivity.

Here are this week’s top Twitter posts:

The second half of this series is to feature five education influencers and five of our followers. Instead of plainly listing their Twitter usernames, we have also selected one tweet from each profile. So if you are looking for people to follow on Twitter in the education field, kindly check the featured influencers for this week in the list below. And to our dear followers, as our way of saying thank you for their engagement, we would like to acknowledge five of them this week.


Michelle Baldwin‏ (@michellek107)
Blog Post: Whose Voice Is It?

Brad Flickinger‏ (@bradflickinger)
“The learning zone is between our comfort and panic zones.” @langwitches #paised #metlearns @METSchoolPanama

José Luis Vilson, NBCT (@TheJLV)
“One of these days, I’ll tell you how schools and districts prefer to ignore their most talented folks unless they can keep them under their thumbs. To wit, we’re made to understand that professionalism means dimming your light until you’ve left.”

Dan Ryder‏ (@WickedDecent)
Blog Post Shared: The Principal’s Pet: A Cautionary Tale

Kylene Beers‏ (@KyleneBeers)
“What would happen if we shifted the question from “How well are kids behaving?” to “How well are kids engaged?” When we shift to the focus on engagement, behavior improves.”


Christina Duncan‏ (@CDuncan11200)
Article Shared: Teachers Should Be Allowed to Wear Jeans Every Day & Here’s Why

Carolyn Blennau‏ (@carolynblennau)
“Congrats to all the TPS students who participated in today’s @MassScienceFair.  Shout out to Sam Schumacher and Mia Blennau on their 1st place wins, and Angelina Rebelo for placing third. @tpssuper @parker_middle @MrsCouteFMS

Ronell Whitaker (@MisterWhitaker)
Article Shared: Native Superheroes Are The Norm At This All-Indigenous Comics Store

Tori Cameron‏ (@STEAMuptheClsrm)
Soundcloud Link: Episode 11: Changes In STEM
“It’s here! In Episode 11 of STEAM Up the Classroom @AidanCornelius and Tori chat: stressors teachers face, what #STEM and #STEAM looks like, #PBL, #primarystemchat, & more! Tori even sneaks in a shout out to her fave local radio station @1033ampradio (:”

Kevin Murphy‏ (@murphyk775)
“Special pricing for @masscue #Googlepalooza in WESTERN MASS till July 1!  #edchatma

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