Tweets, Hashtags , @Reply, Oh Yes!. An introductory session about Twitter in education. Instructor: Kitty Tripp. Introduction: Who am I?. Kitty Tripp~ class website 4 th grade math and science teacher at Wellford Academy of Science and Technology in Spartanburg District 5
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An introductory session aboutTwitter in education.
Instructor: Kitty Tripp
The most important ones for beginners:
“Hashtagsare a great way of searchingfor tweets in a specific category from the whole of the Twitterverse.”
Not only does a hashtag allow you to search specific categories, it allows you to connect with an interested audience that extends beyond your followers.
How can others relate with you? Maximize the information on your profile!
Direct messages from followers.
Look for other users
Enter your tweet here (only 140 characters). Your tweet is sharing pertinent information to collaborate with others about.
When you find something valuable on Twitter, retweet it…here’s a record of what you’ve retweeted.
Be able to see when you are listed in someone else’s tweets.
Vital information to access in growing your account and having information for future reference.
How do you want others to identify with you???
Maximize the information on your profile!
My Personal Twitter Profile Page
A way of giving you a message but including others for their input.
As people find value in what you’re tweeting or want to include you in their information, your name will be listed in their tweet.
Retweets: A way of sharing valuable information with others.
Video: the powerful influence of retweeting!
Most Influential Educators,Just Tweet it and Twellow
The people you start following, look at who they follow.