Monday, May 17, 2010

What Leaders Tweeted This Week (Week of 5.10.10)

@quinnovator: RT @c4lpt: 3 Models of Formal Social Learning
@Ed_Leadership: What do Generation Y teachers bring to the profession? Find out in this May EL article:
@LeadToday: RT @MeredithMBell: "There's always a way - if you're committed." - Anthony Robbins
@tomwhitby: PLN: Visual Bloom's Taxonomy: Bloom's in WEB2.0 Terms. Chk it out!
@hdiblasi: eChalk Teams with Don Tapscott-Video Challenge. ideas on how social web invigorates teaching, learning collaboration.
@AngelaMaiers: Some Excellent Classroom Management Advice | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... Philosophy of Educational Leadership
@bhsprincipal: "Social Media in Education: The Power of Facebook" via @edutopia
@leahmacvie: Few of us experience entrepreneurship education in school. #Buffalo #edchat
@Simplek12: Gd qstn! @davidwees: What technology would you put on your wish-list for your school if you could afford to buy anything? #edtech #edchat
@bjnichols: Not surprising....Mobile & Classroom Technologies Surge in Schools
@NMHS_Principal: Is Summer School the Key to Reform? Some intriguing ideas.
@joevans: Great article in May issue of Educational Leadership: Professional Learning 2.0 by Catherine Huber Abstract here:
@edtechsteve: Love this phrase from Deborah Meier: "Schools should be data-informed, not data-driven"
@pjhiggins: "We are probably the last generation that will make the distinction between being online and not being online" --@teachpaperless
@rliberni: RT @jgmac1106: Reform takes capacity and advocacy. Both take vertical AND horizontal leadership. Need to see 360 to look at future.
@ginaschreck: Perhaps before we worry about getting students using technology in schools- we need school leaders using tech tools!

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