Innovative Ideas from Twitter

The following are a number of resources to share on new and innovative concepts.  All of these were found in about 15 minutes by reviewing tweets from people or organizations I follow on Twitter.  I encourage you to get a Twitter account for the sole purpose of receiving the most up-to-date resources available.  Please see me if you want assistance in setting up a Twitter Account.  Enjoy!

Check out these fun Pi Day song videos!  (Do you think our math department can create a new Pi Song?)

Ted Ed Videos for Schools  (Do you think you could integrate one of these short videos into your lesson?)

Why My Six-Year Old Students Have Digital Porfolios  (Have you considered having students create electronic portfolios?)

Five Web 2.0 Sticky Notes Sites  (Need a new way to get organized?)

Transform Students into Curators with MuseumBox  (Looking to bring history to life in a different way?)

ChronoZoom:  Visualizing Big History  (Want students to contribute to an open source project?)

For the discussion board, please share one innovative idea you have found!

The Power of Twitter

 For those of you who have not discovered the power of Twitter as a learning tool for you, please consider checking out my Twitter Feed  @GHSAPrincipal.  You go to Twitter, create an account and follow that account and then click on who I follow.  Recently, I have received numerous tweets from people I follow on various ipad uses in the classroom.

Check out the following on why to use Twitter for professional development.  (By the way, I found this link from using Twitter).

Twitter for Teachers
If any of you use Twitter, please share how it has expanded your personal learning network (PLN).