#Edchat turns ONE this week!
It has been an incredible year of opening a conversation to over 2000 educators weekly! The conversation began a year ago with 3 educators (Tom Whitby (@TomWhitby), Steven Anderson (@Web20Classroom), and I (@ShellTerrell)) who desired education reform and saw the need for educational stakeholders to discuss, debate, explore, and reflect on various issues which impact education. This was how the hashtag, #Edchat, began but really it has been an amazing year because you contribute each week by:
suggesting topics on the poll
voting for topics
engaging in the discussion
transforming the conversation into action at your schools
In it’s first year, #Edchat has inspired, motivated, and transform educational stakeholders. We have a diverse group of student teachers, parents, students, administrators, and community leaders who participate weekly in order to collaborate on improving our education systems worldwide!In the first year, Edchat has seen great moments, such as:
winning the Edublogs Award for Most Influential Tweet Discussion
involving guest speaker Alfie Kohn!
being a trending topic on Twitter!
inspiring several blog posts from educators worldwide
birthing collaborative projects, such as The Reform Symposium E-Conference
Please leave a message of how Edchat has impacted you on this Wallwisher by clicking anywhere on the wall!
Helpful Edchat Resources!
Edchat is transformational because of you! Here are helpful resources to become more involved or to help introduce educators to Edchat!
We’d like to thank the following for their weekly dedication to Edchat:
Get another educator involved in the Edchat conversations which take place every Tuesday at 12pm NYC EDT and 7pm NYC EDT! Participate by engaging a few and adding #Edchat to the end of your tweet.
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What would you like to see from Edchat this upcoming year?
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