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What does teaching individuals and societies have to do with twitter?

I had a lunch meeting yesterday with a member of the Individuals and Societies department at my school.  He’s tinkering with ideas connected to be a connected learner.  He sees the potential in opening up, and collaborating with his colleagues just a tweet away.  But, like many of us, he recognizes that there are challenges to taking on one more platform.  So, I’ve tried to compile resources that would work to launch his experiment process with Twitter, and I thought I’d model what a PLN could do.  Here’s where you come in:  add resources for ISOC, IBGeo, IBEcon, or AP History in the comments.  What have I left off?

Where else should today’s Humanities teacher go for inspiration?

Start following:

  1. Digital Humanities
  2. Ms. Ferguson
  3. Rebekah Madrid
  4. Jerry Blumengarten
  5. Andrew McCarthy
  6. Michael Collins
  7. History Bombs
  8. Rajesh Kriplinai
  9. Philip Altman
  10. Kelsey Girouox
  11. John Spencer
  12. George Couros
  13. Kim Cofino
  14. Marcello Mongardi
  15. Ben Sheridan
  16. Justin Staub
  17. Kevin Duncan
  18. Steve Katz
  19. DJ MacPherson
  20. Julie Lindsay

 

Start lurking here:

Hashtags to watch

#SSchat

#IBecon

#globaled

#globaledchat

#facinghistory

#ibgeo

Think big picture via:

  1. Rebekah Madrid walks you through how she live tweets in a history class
  2. Twitter techniques in a humanities environment
  3. Tweet in the Blank
  4. The Twitter Experiment
  5. Scope out #COETAIL!
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