Last Week of June 2010 edition of the What Did They Tweet weekly series!

Let’s see what our Personal Learning Network (PLN) tweeted about in education and social media.

Tweets


Retweeting @stevehargadon: Ways to participate remotely if you can’t attend #ISTE10 in person: http://tinyurl.com/39ur258 #yam


@ShellTerrell @mrspal If you liked the vid w/ Nick Vujicic, you have to check out his short film “The Butterfly Circus” http://bit.ly/PqejQ


Why I Returned My iPad – Harvard Business Review “Being bored is a precious thing, a state of mind we should pursue.” http://bit.ly/biCTjp


Here is a jeopardy prezi. change out the questions and answers as needed. http://ow.ly/21uKT #edchat #edtech


I was just wondering about this RT @jackiegerstein: #ISTE10 Daily Twitter Newpaper – Sunday, June 20 http://bit.ly/cTpdbk


“How to embed a Google (Docs) Form in #Moodle” (video) by the wonderful @howen http://bit.ly/dslkCs


@ShellTerrell @mike08 add “pwn” b4 youtube.com in url. great way to covert to mp3. ex: w w w .pwnyoutube.com/videoURL (use dirpy) #edtech


Very cool service. http://packrati.us Automatically bookmark tweeted URLs #edchat #edtech


You CAN Handle Them All! A Guide to Handing 117 Misbehaviors at School and at Home http://bit.ly/6lHxrv #ntchat #discipline


@ShellTerrell i just wrote a post on the virtual world and real tears http://ow.ly/20jVX can’t delete cyberbullies #edchat

Opportunities for Educators

Below is a list of great opportunities for free resources and more:

  • Have your high school students participate in the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge to win a $50,000 scholarship and $5000 teacher grant! Details here! Tweeted by @DEN. This contest begins August 17, 2010 and ends March 15, 2011.
  • Freelance education bloggers are wanted! You will get paid! Might be nice for extra cash in the summer!More details here!

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Challenge:

Share one of these resources with another educator not on Twitter. Then tell them you got the tip from educators on Twitter!

What was your favorite resource on Twitter this week?