Many people are live tweeting the NSTTAC Capacity-Building Institute. To participate and/or learn about the highlights of this annual event, log-in to twitter (or go to tweet deck) and search the hashtag: #NSTTAC
20 Twitter Hashtags Every Teacher Should Know About
Twitter chats are such a great way to stay connected and informed in your professional circle, and education is no exception. Through education chats, you can find out about new methods for teaching, tech resources, even jobs for teachers. Most chats are held weekly, and offer an opportunity to have a regularly scheduled conversation with like-minded educators.
Check out our collection to find a wealth of Twitter chats that are great for all kinds of educators.
Making Careers Happen — Live Blog
The Making Careers Happen Web Event will be live blogged using the #makingcareers hashtag from their @makecareers Twitter account on Feb 27, 28th and March 1st from 3:00 to 5:00 (Eastern), . It should be a very lively way to follow the proceedings. You can use tweetchat.com website to follow the live blog.
Present Your Questions to the World’s Top LD Experts
From the National Center for Learning Disabilities:
“Have you ever wished you could have your questions about learning disabilities answered by an expert in the LD field? Now you can with our event, Access LD: A Conversation with Some of the World’s Top LD Experts.
On Monday, October 22, the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) is gathering 23 of the world’s top LD experts in New York City. The experts make up NCLD’s Professional Advisory Board (PAB), and among them are educators, psychologists, researchers, physicians, and advocates.
You don’t have to be in NYC, however, to talk to them. Submit your questions now, and we’ll ask them on your behalf at the event! We’ll also be posting to Facebook and tweeting quotes and insights throughout the day on October 22 from @LDorg, or you can tune in live on Twitter from 12-1:00pm EST to join in on the conversation–be sure to use the hashtag #LDExperts in your tweet.”