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I thought that we all follow different educators. I think this is a great place to add our favorite people to follow.

Teaching Channel Guide to NGSS

Next Generation Science Standards

https://www.teachingchannel.org/ngss/ngss-squadsters/?utm_source=newsletter20170401/
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Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

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Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

When a student tweets at their school’s Twitter handle, chances are they don’t expect a response–it’s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency—you feel like you’re talking to an entity that’s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That’s why students in Georgia’s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day—and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, “I have the club for you: drama. It’s so you.”

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators’ expertise, react instantly to breaking news—and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here’s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars:
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Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
I thought that we all follow different educators. I think this is a great place to add our favorite people to follow.

Teaching Channel Guide to NGSS

Next Generation Science Standards

https://www.teachingchannel.org/ngss/ngss-squadsters/?utm_source=newsletter20170401/

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[quote How doMariel Gomez de la Torre]Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

How school districts are leveraging Twitter to become rock starsn a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, schools should be turning to the social media giant now more than ever—here’s why.
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Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars:

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars: 1. By Hash(tag)ing Out Ideas,

tHE IREISH CPATINAND WHADOUT 6O RAMZ8B8

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6 months ago
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars:

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars: 1. By Hash(tag)ing Out Ideas,

tHE IREISH CPATINAND WHADOUT 6O RAMZ8B8
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6 months ago
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars:

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars: 1. By Hash(tag)ing Out Ideas,

tHE IREISH CPATINAND WHADOUT 6O RAMZ8B8

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6 months ago
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from eortiz@conwell-egan.org
Quote from Mariel Gomez de la Torre
Great article:

http://www.eschoolnews.com/2017/03/30/school-districts-twitter-rockstars/?ps=mgomezdelatorre@triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars:

When a student tweets at their school?s Twitter handle, chances are they don?t expect a response?it?s like tweeting at Starbucks, or the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency?you feel like you?re talking to an entity that?s far too busy and important to ever respond to you. That?s why students in Georgia?s Cherokee County School District were so surprised when they tweeted their district, begging for a snow day?and their district tweeted right back.

Not only did the district respond, but the responses were sassy and high-spirited. When one student asked why the district was ruining her life, the district responded, ?I have the club for you: drama. It?s so you.?

In a climate where Twitter is the center of so many tempestuous news stories, thanks to our Twitter-happy president, schools should be turning to the social media giant more than ever to share news, gather feedback, benefit from other educators? expertise, react instantly to breaking news?and sometimes just lighten the mood.

Here?s how innovative school districts across the country are leveraging Twitter to become rock stars: 1. By Hash(tag)ing Out Ideas,

tHE IREISH CPATINAND WHADOUT 6O RAMZ8B8

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6 months ago
The 3 biggest Twitter problems for educators—and how to overcome them:

http://www.ecampusnews.com/featured/featured-on-ecampus-news/twitter-problem-educators/?ps=mgomezdelatorre%40triad.rr.com-0013000000j0KRG-0033000000q5ezv
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