Blogging In 140 Characters Or Less
By Aviva Dunsiger@avivaloca
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Meeting Curriculum ExpectationsGrades 1 and 2 Example - #Butterflies2012
Meeting Curriculum ExpectationsGrades 3 and 4 – Health Learning
Meeting Curriculum ExpectationsGrade 5 Example - #SBHeart
After hearing about the Sunnybrook Hospital Surgery live tweeting event, I had this conversation with my principal and vice principal …
#SBHeart Example Continues …Even followed up with a Skype call from the surgeon …
Engaging Reluctant Writers
Can be shared with parents …
More On Engagement
Giving A Reason To Respond …
Different Sharing Options …Photographs Of Written Work
Different Sharing Options …Take a Photograph. Write What Students Say.
Different Sharing Options …Sharing From An App
Different Sharing Options …Sharing A Video
Different Sharing Options …Sharing A Podcast
Students Choosing What To Share
Tweeting from a student account to share with others.
Can Easily Share Learning In All Subject Areas
Engaging Parents In Full Class Learning
Engaging Parents In Discussions With Their Own Child
Engaging Administrators: Showing Inside The Classroom
Reading the tweets. Then coming up to see the learning in action.
Engaging Administrators: Communicating With Students
Storify: Putting It AltogetherProviding the Context …
Storify: Putting It Altogether
Adding The Learning For Home …
Storify: Putting It AltogetherAdding It To The Class Blog For Those That Don’t Use Twitter …
Getting Started• Get a device. Keep it with you!• Take photographs of student work. Talk to
students about the work. Let them write the tweets.
• Record podcasts of discussions with students.• Take a photograph of students working. Ask
them about what they’re doing. Write down what they say.
• Storify the tweets each day to hold onto them for assessment and documentation of learning.