If you are interested in these topics--teaching Twitter, connecting to families, and/or learning from student evaluations of your teaching--then you will find useful ideas in these blog posts.
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Online Teaching and Twitter: Beyond the Basics
Melissa A. Venable, PhD
Venable shares great ideas for introducing Twitter to educators. These strategies can be modified for other students, also.
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8 Digital Resources To Stay Connected to Families This Summer
Nielsen recommends using social media tools to stay connected with families this summer. She provides many good examples. Which tool will work best for you?
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Here Are Forms Students Will Be Using To Evaluate The Class & Me
I have always learned so much from the evaluation forms I ask my students to complete at the end of a course. It is interesting--and instructive--to read Ferlazzo's reactions to his students' evaluations and to see an example of an evaluation form he designed and used.