Follow Friday

Here are a list of some recent Twitters, Blogs, etc that I have began to follow

Dan Spencer@runfardvs  from Grass Lake, Michigan

Educational Technology Consultant for the Jackson County Intermediate School District. Science teacher and cross country/track coach at heart.

/r/Teachers – http://www.reddit.com/r/Teachers/

A fellow student teach of mine (Laura) loves reddit and I got this idea straight from her!” This subreddit makes use of a form of social media that I’m already a part of and will hopefully give me another place to seek help and help others too.”

Teachers Pay Teachers- http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/

Lots of Teachers sharing and helping fellow teachers.  The resources and time saving aspect of this website is unbelievable. There are a variety of lesson plans and templates. If you cannot find what you are looking for, you can create it and add it to the website.

 George Couros @gcouros

I have had the pleasure of seeing George present a few times and each time it is awesome.

Alec Couros – @courosaAnother great Couros!!!! I have also seen him present a few times and he is great at what he does! He is a professor at the University of Regina but I have never had him as a professor.

The Teacher Page

This twitter page is a compilation of different teacher resources that are tweeted out.

 

Other Twitters I follow:

Shane Koyczan  https://twitter.com/Koyczan

Spoken word artist

IXL Learning https://twitter.com/IXLLearning

IXL Learning strives to advance education through transformative web-based technologies.

Teacher ToolKit https://twitter.com/TeacherToolkit

Award winning Assistant Headteacher #100Ideas Author http://bit.ly/100TTkit  @SLTchat & #5MinPlan http://bit.ly/Only5Minutes  Writer http://bit.ly/GuardianBlog

Show My Homework https://twitter.com/Showmyhomework

Show My Homework is the UK’s No. 1 tool for teachers to track and monitor homework. Used by teachers from all over the world. BETT Award Winner 2014!

Discovery Education https://twitter.com/DiscoveryEd

Supporting teachers by bringing the world of Discovery into classrooms to ignite students’ natural curiosity.

 

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