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Twitter in Education [Articles]

 

Twitter Collaboration Stories

Stories about how twitter has been used in K-12 education.

 

Teaching With Twitter

David Parry, a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas, talks about using Twitter, a new messaging service, for his courses.

 

Twitter: A Teaching and Learning Tool

 A fifth/sixth grade teacher comments on how he uses Twitter.

 

Twitter in the Classroom

 

Ideas for Using Twitter Globally in the Classroom

 

Twitter in Academia

 

 


 

YouthNet

This Twitter account is a tool for students to find other students on Twitter and to share or work collaboratively on projects. They can also use it to introduce themselves to the student network. Since YouthNet only follows students, finding other students is easy. Student Twitterers are able to advertise their projects (school-related or not) to other students.

 

Youth Twitter - describes itself as"a safe, school-based twitter-like blogging network for students."

 

 

 

 

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