“we can use digital tools to differentiate learning for students, too. Although Twitter may not be appropriate in all situations— elementary students would struggle to build meaningful networks of peers, and schools would have to actively address Internet safety—it’s being used successfully by several inventive high school teachers. Shelly Blake-Plock, for example, a Maryland Latin and art history teacher, is integrating Twitter into research, discussion, and vocabulary work in his classroom. Blake-Plock shares ideas on using Twitter in the classroom in this entry on his blog, Teach Paperless:http://teachpaperless.blogspot.com/2009/05/best-practices-in-twitter-enhanced-high.html.”  – Students Where They Are: Why Teachers Should Try Twitter Ascd.org,. (2014). Educational Leadership:Meeting Students Where They Are:Why Teachers Should Try Twitter . Retrieved 22 October 2014, from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/feb10/vol67/num05/Why-Teachers-Should-Try-Twitter.aspx

A great guide to learning more about twitter. 

An unofficial list of Siena College Twitter accounts.

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