Twitter in the Primary Classroom

“One Best Thing is a collection of books created by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) that demonstrate the use of Apple technologies to transform teaching ​
and learning. Each One Best Thing book shares a unit, a lesson, or a best practice and is designed to help another educator implement a successful practice. It’s a professional learning idea championed by an educator—in word and action—that others can look to for ideas and tips on ho w to replicate.”

Excerpt From: Kristen Wideen. “Twitter in the Primary Classroom: Engage, Inspire, & Collaborate.” Kristen Wideen, 2014. iBooks. https://itun.es/ca/FFRvY.l

 

The “One Best Thing” is a nice collection of resources, ideas, inspirations, sharing of experiences from Apple Distinguished Educators.  (ADE)

Ontario Educator, Kristen Wideen’s offering is about her experience with Twitter in her Primary Classroom and will motivate readers to incorporate Twitter into their own classrooms.

If you’re looking for inspiration, additional ideas, concepts to share with colleagues, inspiration to convince your administrator, or a million other ideas, then this book is for you.  There are lots of practical examples of how Twitter can be used in your classroom and the final page is full of links to the resources that are shared in this iBook.

You can download the book from here.

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