I’m teaching a new professional development webinar through ISU Workforce Training next week:
Twitter is a hot tech tool for teachers. But how can you, as an educational or training professional, use Twitter in an effective and efficient way that helps you
- Learn how to use Twitter in a meaningful and strategic way. There is no point in having a Twitter account “just because”. Learn how to develop your own personal vision about what Twitter means to you and why.
- Learn how to manage your time on Twitter effectively. There’s no question that social media can be time consuming. In this session we’ll talk about ways to minimize the time you spend on Twitter while still using it to its fullest potential.
- Bust the myth that you need more followers. You don’t need more followers. You want more engaged followers. Learn what it means to have an engaged following and how to develop one.
Here’s a downloadable one-sheet flyer for the program:
This course is open to educators globally. Teachers in the U.S. may be eligible to earn continuing professional development credit for taking ISU’s webinars.
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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.