Tag: Twitter

cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by andrew_mc_d I am going to have to admit it; the term “lurker” drives me nuts. I know that there is an…

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I had a great opportunity recently to attend the #140Cuse conference in Syracuse, New York, and learn from some amazing innovators from many different industries.  It was a great experience…

Read More 140 Characters of Kindness

There is often a great deal of discussion on the idea that Twitter can be an echo chamber and that we often seek out those who already have the same views…

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Cross-posted at “The Wejr Board” blog. I recently had the honour of presenting to a neighbouring school district about my journey in developing on online personal learning network (PLN) and…

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I think that anyone who blogs and tweets, has written almost a seemingly mandatory post on the “Power of Twitter” (I know I have).  Seeing the power of connecting and…

Read More Defending From Twitter Overload

PICK A ‘NO OFFICE DAY’ – SEPTEMBER 12-16th, 2011 At about the same time back in December 2010, Lyn Hilt & I both decided to spend a little more time…

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The more I have been involved using social media helping to create incredible opportunities for myself and our students, the more I have seen the value. Many comments however regard…

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In an effort to connect with more administrators while also providing resources that will help new, current, and aspiring leaders, the Connected Principals group has created a few more ways…

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