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Edchat Receives National Recognition


Every day on Twitter, educators discuss issues they’re facing, share advice and pass on resources. But as Tom Whitby found out when he started debates on the social network, conversations can be hard to follow, especially when they’re mixed in with a bunch of tweets from other people.

That’s where the hashtag edchat comes in. Whitby worked with Shelly Terrell and Steven W. Anderson to provide a time, a place and a tag for educators to talk about major issues.

To change education for the better and exercise your voice, head over the Covergence Magazine and read complete article by Tanya Roscorla

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  1. I never used Twitter for a long time after creating an account. I just read the article and send mail to Tanya. Thanks for providing such useful stuffs here.

  2. Edchat has become one of my favorite times of the week. It is a great place to share ideas, hear new voices, and meet with educators from around the world who are excited to make a difference in education.