End of the Week Roundup of Top Twitter Posts

Good morning! For our end of the week roundup, we will highlight our most liked and retweeted Twitter posts. One of this week’s list features Guildway’s Teacher Essential Toolkit wherein you will discover apps and websites to enhance your productivity and teaching techniques. If you want to know the essential tools for a given task, click on the link below to download your copy.

In addition, we also have a list of the best screen capture tools for teachers to save you time in creating their instructional material. And if you are one of those people who uses the same password on multiple sites, we’ve been there and to help you avoid creating simple passwords we have reviewed three different password managers you can choose from. If you are confused on how Google Meet is different from Google Hangouts, we’ll explain it to you in one of the blog posts for this week’s list.

You can use word clouds if you would like to help your students unleash their creative side when writing essays. Finding the right tool can take a long time, but worry not because we have our recommended word cloud makers that work best in the classroom. And if you are a Math teacher, we have reserved one blog post with a list of Google Chrome extensions and add-ons to help you improve your instructional design, and they are all free!

Here are this week’s top Twitter posts:

This post will not end without acknowledging our followers for constantly following our daily updates and posts on Twitter. As a way of showing our appreciation, we will feature them below. Aside from our followers, we have also selected education influencers that you should follow on Twitter. Please check out the following profiles:


Lucy Gray‏ (@elemenous)
Article Shared: 18 Free Image Sites and Tools for Schools

Steve Hargadon‏ (@stevehargadon)
Blog Post: Why Finland has the best education system in the world? – YouTube

Tony Vincent‏ (@tonyvincent)
Blog Post: Favorite Sites for Free Clipart and Photos

Todd Finley‏ (@finleyt)
Blog Post: Teach Students To Fight Fake News

Jeff Utecht‏ (@jutecht)
Podcast: Episode 44: Do Stuff With A Purpose


Brian McCann‏ (@casehighprinc)
“To understand ed Policy, you must

1. read ==> but be cognizant of the biases from the media outlet;

2. volunteer ==> at the association in your state

3.  act ==> be part of the change at your school. How can you exercise effectively your voice?”

Carolyn Buckner Fulk (@cbfulk)
“We don’t teach history “by book” in my class or many other history classrooms anymore. We read primary sources more than secondary. Students read a variety of sources.”

Allison M Barker‏ (@BarkerAllisonM)
Link to Twitter Post:
“Wow! This session was everything! Thank you Fiona Chevalier & Carie Ruggiano for such an amazing session talking about the power of collaboration to explore #socialjustice in the #ELA classroom #msla

Rob Chambers‏ (@RobGeog)
Article Shared: Scientists accidentally create mutant enzyme that eats plastic bottles

David Moyer‏ (@dmoyscience)
Article Shared: 15 Digital Learning Challenges & How to Overcome Them—An eBook Crowdsourced from Educators and Administrators

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