Tweets that changed one educator's week

01/29/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

In this blog post, Lisa Noble, a teacher in Ontario, Canada, describes how her week was affected by Twitter. First, she and hundreds of others were able to subscribe to a Twitter feed of a reporter covering an important labor issue, giving them access to timely updates. Next, Noble writes how her students are benefiting from the tweets of a Canadian astronaut, who is providing updates of his mission and experiences at the international space station. Lastly, Noble writes that a tweet of her own provided needed help from her professional network.

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