Social media has revolutionized teaching. From teacher networking and idea sharing to student engagement in the classroom, it has opened countless new doors. To ensure you’re making the most of social media, check out this blog post roundup. I’ve gathered together some of my most popular blog posts related to Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and more. Get suggestions for teacher accounts to follow online, tech tips for using these social media platforms, how to include them in classroom lessons, and much more.
Social Media Advice For Teachers
Social media advice for teachers. Teachers are public figures. We might not be on the covers of magazines, but our private lives are definitely topics of discussion in the media. 8 tips to help teachers maintain professionalism online at all times.
Social media sites are a great place to look for new ideas and current education trends. This blog post provides an outline of how teachers can use Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Instagram and Pinterest to enhance their teaching practice.
Use technology to connect with other teachers. Twitter is a great social media to keep up to date on current trends in education. An informative blog post about how to use a Twitter chat for professional growth and development.
Twitter can be a useful social media tool for your classroom. 6 reasons to use Twitter in your school.
Use the save feature on Facebook posts to remember valuable content.
Connect with other Grade 7-12 ELA teachers in this thriving Facebook Group.
Tips for Organizing Your Pinterest Boards.
Pinterest tips for teacher bloggers.
Ready to use lesson freebies for middle school teachers.
A collection of 12 must follow middle school Pinterest boards.
17 Secondary Teachers to Follow on Pinterest.
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