If you have read about hashtags, but you still don't quite get it then this is the video for you! DitchThatTextbook explains in simple terms what hashtags and how you can use them so you can use them to get the most out of your experience on Twitter.
Hashtags are everywhere, but sometimes it is not always clear what their purpose it. I appreciate how this article gets to the heart of what hashtags are and how they can be used to help connect people around certain topics.
Kathy Schrock is a rockstar in the edtech community. In this post she shares links to dozens of books, tools, articles, and infographics that will help teachers and administrators get started with Twitter. It is very easy to find what you are looking for because it is organized into categories.
If you are just starting to learn about Twitter then I highly recommend this article. It provides practical tips for teachers who are overwhelmed with the idea of building a Personal Learning Network (PLN). There are additional links to resources that will help teachers establish their PLN's.
Steven Anderson is one of the most recognized and respected voiced in education today. In this interview that he did during TCEA he shares some basic tips that will help even veteran Twitter users step up their game.
Twitter can be quite challenging to figure out. I have bookmarked this article to share with the teachers that I work with who are new to Twitter because it is packed with lots of resources to help teachers get started. It has more than enough links to help teachers get going in the right direction.
During my first few years of teaching there were times I felt completely isolated. Twitter gave me a community of people with whom I could interact with and learn from. The article examines how Twitter can help teachers be better at what they do.