What Did They Tweet?

First week of November edition!

Have you ever come across a tweet that you really wanted to discuss and share with others? Here are the ones that grabbed my attention this week. Check out the rest of this weekly series, What Did They Tweet? to discover some valuable resources and links!

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Technology VoiceThread for Schools

Monika Hardy shared this valuable professional development tool for effective technology integration. This VoiceThread discusses how to effectively integrate various technologies into any school and covers Internet safety. Video, thought-provoking images, and more are included. This Voicethread would be great to share with parents, administrators, students, and teachers.

Twitter Lists

In this brilliant post, Karenne Sylvester explains why Twitter’s new list feature is a great idea. Moreover, she offers fantastic advice on how to use Twitter lists!

Controlling Environment vs. Behavior

With the various technology tools being developed at the speed of light, we should learn to relax and limit our time on the computer. Finding a balance is a goal I am still struggling with. For this reason, I really enjoyed this article, Controlling Environment versus Behavior, tweeted by Myscha Theriault. The article provides practical tips, such as limiting the amount of distractions in your workspace to minimize your time on the computer.

Google Wave Tutorials

Ana Maria Menezes shared a list of various Google Wave video tutorials that she created. Google Wave is still relatively new and these tutorials provide an easy way to start navigating through it with topics, such as creating folders, saving a search, or sending an invite!

Educational Resources Galore!

Often we search for a list of resources on any given topic to include in lessons or a presentation. Searching through the Internet takes too long, which is why I thoroughly enjoy Jerry Blumengarten‘s website, Cybraryman’s Educational Websites. Jerry, the Cybraryman, provides various links to numerous resources in nearly every subject area. He updates his resources often to keep up with the latest educational topics including Google Wave. The website is really easy to navigate and has sections for parent, educators, and students!

Add the people in this post to your PLN by using this mass Twitter tool. Just copy and paste this list!

monk51295, myschatheriault, anamariacult, cybraryman1, larryferlazzo, kalinagoenglish

On the mindmap, click on the earth icons to follow the links to the Twitter profiles, blogs or websites! You can also make this mindmap smaller or larger and move it around. If you enjoy this series, you may want to subscribe to receive regular updates!

If you enjoyed this post, you may also want to check out these posts with a more extensive list of favorite tweets:


Leave a comment on one of these blogs or on the VoiceThread!

Which tweet really inspired you? Leave a comment below!

0 thoughts on “What Did They Tweet?

  1. Dear Shelly,
    Thanks for including my tweet and post to your list. The tutorials I’ve posted about are not all mine. I’ve created two and the others were already available in youtube. I just put them together by topics to help us new google wavers. Hope they are as helpful to others as they were to me.

  2. Thanks, Shelly for the great list and for including my tweet to the article on minimalism. Great idea for a series, this Twitter round up you’ve done!

    1. Myscha Theriault,
      It was a great article & brought up good points about how Steve Jobs fusses with little so why are we? I think it sometimes is harder as a woman because we’re taught to fuss over appearance.

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