Welcome to TweetED!  Team coverage, highlights, and commentary from the best education Twitter  chats and social media discussions of the week. Follow lead anchors Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin,  hosts of UnearthED, as they mine social media for the discussions that matter most.


What We Can Learn About Using Data from Outside of Education

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Max Galka


There has to be a better way to deal with the ton of education data that often consumes us. Join us as we search outside of the education field for fresh ideas and approaches. 

Follow:@gustafsonbrad@benjamingilpin @galka_max  @bamradionetwork

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How I Create Trust with Teachers, Students, Staff and Parents

 Rosa Isiah with Crista Anderson


Where there is trust, great school culture is possible. How can we move from low to high trust school cultures? 

Follow: @cristama @rosaIsiah @bamradionetwork.com

#WeLeadEd  #edchat 


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The Short List of Things Great Educators Have Stopped Doing

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Michael Niehoff


Many of the generally accepted best practices of great teaching are no longer relevant. Join us as we review the conventional wisdom great teachers have thrashed, hashed and trashed.

Follow:@gustafsonbrad@benjamingilpin @mwniehoff @bamradionetwork

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Do No Harm: Homework Mistakes We Should All Avoid

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Brandon Blom


We're still trying to rethink homework.  Join us as we look at the key points many have agreed we should all avoid. 

Follow:@gustafsonbrad@benjamingilpin @brandonkblom @bamradionetwork

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What Would You Like to See Changed in Education?

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Steven Weber


As we kick off the new year, we ask ourselves and our guest a pivotal question. What needs to change in education? 

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    For the new school year, why not try a little “day music” to get educators acquainted with themselves, colleagues, and students in a professional de ...

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