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Twitter – How to join the Edutweeters!

Toria tried EduTwitter before without much success. She is now trying again and giving the smaller names in education a voice.

The face of education is changing so quickly and sometimes I find it hard to keep up. A few years ago, I tried to engage with Twitter as I heard that this was a great way to learn about changes in teaching and learning – a veritable online CPD tool. I had heard that all you needed to do was ask a question and answers would come streaming towards you. Well, that wasn’t my experience – so I gave up and went back to the books (quite literally). 
For some unknown reason, my New Year’s Resolution for 2020 was to re-engage with Twitter and figure it out. I’m pleased to say that I have finally have! It is a strange and interesting world that is filled with a wealth of knowledge. When I ask a question now, I do find that answers stream in and I am learning so much on a daily basis – it truly is online CPD. If you have never quite got Twitter, then read my post to find out what I did to change my experience. It will be incredibly worthwhile – I promise!  Read the whole blog here.

Follow along with #TinyVoiceTuesday and #TinyVoiceTuesdayUnites.

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Toria has been teaching for twenty years and has had many roles in the primary sector over this time. She loves love learning about new ways of teaching and over the past twenty years her teaching has evolved with everything that she has learnt. Recently, Toria has discovered Twitter and views it as a massive staffroom where any educator can get help and advice from thousands of others. She sees it as such a powerful tool for educators that she is doing her best to make it more available to those newer or less well-known teachers on Twitter through the hashtag #TinyVoiceTuesday...

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