Tips on how to run your own unconference.
Mr. Tweet will do some homework for you – although I still believe in the randomness and greatness of building a network – I often find people that I thought I was following and wasn't. I don't know how this will work, but am goign to test it out!
A twitter for teachers wiki index – haven't had time to join and add my name, but this is another list that will help you find people to add to your twitter account.
If you are a teacher on twitter, you can “join” this group – which means nothing except your name is added to a list. I like this b/c it helps teachers find other teachers. Wish it let you put a little info but you can look at the twitter id's – I like that it is automated even the excessive ads are a little bothersome, I can live with that — share your id or make another group.
A twitter group for history geeks — not sure how this works but will look at it!
Add information to the Guest Speaker Directory for those who will be distance resources for others.
Great feedback from Kim Cofino from the peer review of flat classroom from her fifth graders. Having students of younger ages review the work of older students (and vice versa) is a phenomenal way to have students do work for all audiences. Kim is one of the leaders and organizers of the sounding board program.
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