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Tweet This, Not That: Three Twitter Tips for Educators That Can Make A Big Difference

Tom Murray with Eric Sheninger

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Our guest, Eric Sheninger, was recently included on Time Magazine's list of the 140 best Twitter feeds. He was the only educator on the list. We thought it could be helpful to sit down with him, pick his brain and see if we could glean any insights about how any educator could create a better Twitter feed.

Follow: @NMHS_Principal @iplante @s_bearden @Katrinastevens1 @thomascmurray ajpodchaski @bamradionetwork

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The Resistance to Teaching with Technology, How to Break It Down

Tom Whitby, Mark Weston, William Chamberlain

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This week we discuss the highlights from the EdChat session on resistance to teaching with technology. What's behind it? Join us as we take a look and a swing at some solutions.

Follow: @tomwhitby @shiftparadigm @wmchamberlain @bamradionetwork

EdChat Archive: http://edchat.pbworks.com/

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Did National Connected Educator Month Make a Difference?: Connected Educators Weigh In

Katrina Stevens, Sharon Plante, Susan M. Bearden 

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In this summary of the 11/04/13 EdTechChat we look back at the wake of National Connected Educator Month and try to assess its impact.

Follow: @S_bearden @iplante @KatrinaStevens1@bamradionetwork

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Using Social Media in the Classroom: Benefits and Barriers

Katrina Stevens, Sharon Plante, Susan M. Bearden 

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In this summary of the 9/16/13 EdTechChat we discuss best practices for using social media in the classroom and modeling those practices. 

Follow: @thomascmurray @iplante @s_bearden @ajpodchaski @bamradionetwork

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iLiteracy: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction Online

Rae Pica with Robert Pondiscio, Brian Mull, Lisa Nielsen, Joyce Valenza 

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Along with the many benefits of being able to freely access the world's information online comes the challenge of separating reliable information from unreliable. How can teachers help students avoid the scams, scoundrels and hoaxes that come with bringing the Internet into the classroom?

Follow: @rpondiscio @InnovativeEdu @joycevalenza @BrianJMull 

@bodymindchild @bamradionetwork  

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