What Did They Tweet?

February’s 3rd 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 this week.

Seth Godin on Education

@Teachingwthsoul tweeted this video interview of Seth Godin. Seth Godin is well known for his inspirational talks and writing that inspire change. You may want to visit his blog to be inspired and order one of his books.

Follow the Olympics via Twitter

This is my first year on Twitter. I have found following my favorite events, like the Olympics, is much easier through Twitter. Currently, I started following @nbcolympics to keep updated with the latest news about the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. On the website, you can find cool widgets. I have included this widget, which you can embed in your blog with video, news, and photos.

Youngest Speaker at TED: Adora Svitak

@Jswiatek tweeted this interview of the youngest TED speaker, Adora Svitak. Adora, who is only 12-years-old, inspires me with her writing, which you can find on the Educator’s Royal Treatment and on her blog. She has already published three books. Follow her on Twitter, @Adorasv and she will donate money for your follow to Haiti.

Prezi: Lessons With Love for Girls Who Write; A Collection of Quotes by Maya Angelou

@TheNewTag shared this great Prezi of several lessons for girls who write. Click auto play or the arrows to scroll through each lesson! Visit her post to find out more on how she uses this presentation to inspire her students.

Opportunities for Educators

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

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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 best find on Twitter this week?