Ten Educators For New Teachers to Follow on Twitter


twitter-245459_1280In the “Olden Days” of education, novice teachers had limited options when looking for assistance with classroom management, lesson planning, and other challenges faced during their first years in the classroom.  With the advent of social media, hundreds of experts are available to help at the click of a mouse!  In this edWeb.net New Teacher Help webinar, middle school administrator Shannon Holden introduced the best sources for teaching tips on Twitter.  This webinar recording is a must-see for new or even experienced educators looking to learn more about using Twitter as a professional development resource.

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New Teacher Help is a professional learning community (PLC) that helps new teachers get advice and support, and share experiences about the first years of teaching.  The New Teacher Help PLC is a place where you can post questions, start discussions, and get feedback from experts and peers on the issues and challenges you facing starting out on a career in teaching. Stay connected, share ideas, and get support from other new teachers all across the country.

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