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Guido Europeaantje: Twitter- Turn 140 Characters into a Virtual Staffroom

Guido is an EFL teacher in Seville, Spain. He coordinates the teens’ department of the school where he works and conducts teacher-training workshops. After more than 10 years of experience his professional development has started taking giant steps forward again thanks to the power of Twitter.

Online Professional Development Workshop: Twitter: Turn 140 Characters into a Virtual Staffroom

Description: Many educators worldwide connect on Twitter. This workshop is meant for teachers who are unfamiliar with Twitter or who aren´t very active on it (yet). The short messaging system Twitter can be turned into a huge virtual staffroom where teachers from around the world meet, communicate, support each other and share teaching tips, resources, weblinks and opinions. Come and discover some tools and tricks to help you keep up with “what´s happening” on Twitter.

Date & Times: 10am-10:30am PST, New York 1 pm EST, Denver 11am MST, 6pm GMT, Paris 7pm CET, Perth 2am Sun., Sydney 5am Sun., Tokyo 3am Sun. Check your time zone here!

If you missed the presentation, click here to see the archive.

Website: TheToolShed

Twitter: @europeaantje

Interview about the upcoming presentation!

http://wetoku.com/player/vod/11850

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