There were 114 contributors and over 300 Tweets during Wednesday night’s first Connected Educator Month Twitter chat co-sponsored by NASSP and NAESP on #cpchat. Thanks so much to the National Association of Secondary School Principals (@NASSP) and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (@NAESP) for partnering with Connected Principals on these weekly chats!
Also thanks to our awesome moderators – Joe Mazza, Eric Sheninger, Carrie Jackson, and Rosie Vojtek! We hope you’ll join us next Wednesday from 8-9 p.m. EST when we discuss “Bringing informal PD into the mix.” Our guest moderators next week will be Dwight Carter, Ryan Imbriale, and Jessica Johnson.
Finally, if you missed the chat this past Wednesday, you can review some of the tweets below from the Storify that was created by Tom Murray. The questions discussed were are below. Feel free to respond in the comment section of this post to any or all of the questions!
- Talk about your decision to become a connected principal. What are the benefits?
- How has your own connectivity influenced your un-connected colleagues? Give examples.
- What are some traditional methods of communication that might encourage those still un-connected? How do you build capacity for connectivity with cialis cheap online other admin?
- What is your response to overnight cialis educators who say, “I just don’t have time to tweet?”
- Share some must follows for principals just becoming connected on Twitter.
- What are your favorite hashtags and chats for professional development. Share links to archives if possible.
- What are the resources and tools for those looking to become connected here in 2013?
- Are you using twitter or other forms of social media with your school community? If so, what are you doing and how is it working?