Teaching, Technology

Why Teachers Should Join Twitter Interactive Poster (Glog)

About a month ago I wrote a post called, “Why Teachers Should Join Twitter…What I Have Learned as a Twitter Newbie“.  Due to the enormous interest in the resources in the post, I have decided to create this Glog (Interactive Poster) as a visual representation of the resources included in the post.  Since I originally published my blog post, I have read several fantastic articles about using Twitter as a teacher.  Those new articles are also linked to this Glog.  To interact with, view the videos, access the links and so on with this Glog, simply click on the image above.  Glogs cannot be embedded into WordPress.com, so once you click on the image it will redirect you to the Glog.  Also to interact with the links on the interactive poster,  simply scroll your mouse over the images.  If a pink circle appears around the image, then that image has a link to a web resource for using Twitter as a Teacher.  There are tons of links attached to the Glog.  You can reach them by clicking on the various images.  I know many readers have shared my blog post to their staff members, teacher friends, used it in professional developments and in many other ways.  To make presenting and sharing the resources in the blog post more visually appealing for presentations, etc. I decided to create this Glog (Interactive Poster) for your pleasure, sharing and use.  Enjoy!


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I am an educational professional who is passionate about needs analysis and materials creation to enhance student learning of all ages. I hope the content I share here will be of value to you in some way. Opinions are my own and are not those of my employer. Join me at my session for the 2013 TESOL International Conference, "ESL Instruction: Developing Your Skills to Become a Master Conductor", March 21 10:00 AM in room C144. My presentation focuses on listening, speaking and pronunciation music teaching techniques incorporated with ESL teaching. This is not your typical music/ESL presentation with chants and songs. Be prepared to use your vocal chords, diaphragm, lungs, mouth muscles, and arms like you have never used before in pronunciation, speaking and language instruction. Learn how to use music conducting skills in the language classroom to better facilitate language acquisition. Learn how to use music performance skills (vocal and instrumental) to better facilitate language learning. Be prepared to laugh and have fun. I look forward to meeting you and working with you.



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