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Tuesday, August 11

  1. msg Twitter App that may be useful message posted Twitter App that may be useful I have found that Seesmic slows down my computer dramatically and I run 4GIGs of memory! I never k…
    Twitter App that may be useful
    I have found that Seesmic slows down my computer dramatically and I run 4GIGs of memory! I never knew about the detachable feature, though. It appeared to come across as TweetDeck, but in different colors.

    Another online format to use would be HootSuite 2.0. I think it is still rolling out as invites only, but works well online.
    6:45 pm

Monday, August 10

  1. msg Twitter App that may be useful message posted Twitter App that may be useful I see most folks are using Tweetdeck or Tweedgrid. I have used both, but prefer Seesmic Desktop. It…
    Twitter App that may be useful
    I see most folks are using Tweetdeck or Tweedgrid. I have used both, but prefer Seesmic Desktop. It allows me to create an unlimited quantity of detachable columns for following different hashtags (like #edchat") or custom user groups.

    Perhaps some moderators would like to also look at this as something worth passing along or using.
    12:09 pm

Sunday, August 9

  1. msg Schedule: Time/Day and Topics message posted Schedule: Time/Day and Topics Will we be coming up with a set schedule of what day and time we will be meeting online to facilita…
    Schedule: Time/Day and Topics
    Will we be coming up with a set schedule of what day and time we will be meeting online to facilitate our #educhat sessions? Also, I think narrowing down our topics to keep the focus more clean cut for everyone to keep up might be helpful. So many great ideas were flying, but they were indeed flying. Even I was a little confused!
    12:24 am
  2. page Evolution of edutweetpanel edited How should an edutweetpanel look? Is it good? Useful? Let's hash this out and see what we think. …
    How should an edutweetpanel look? Is it good? Useful? Let's hash this out and see what we think.
    hawaiianbrat96's thoughts of edutweetpanel:
    I believe edutweetpanel has great potential among educators. Many educators, like those who have participated in #educhat so far, benefit from the collaboration we can bring in 140 characters or less. I want to see it expand and become a weekly chat session online!
    I think we can benefit from using Twitter and the discussion areas within the wiki itself. We do not want to max out our tweets, but still want to facilitate and expand on Twitter by snagging ideas from those who have yet to join edutweetpanel. I think by using the discussion area for each #educhat we facilitate, we can not only expand the conversation over the 140 characters limit Twitter imposes on our responses, but also be able to continue the conversation well after we move onto future #educhats.
    I also feel that we should pose a time slot, versus seeing how long we can go. By having a set time slot, people will try to set that time aside to be there and participate, versus having to leave in the middle of the #educhat. Let's face it: educators can chat education all day and all night, especially when it comes to what we use in the classroom, and what we feel will work and won't work. This will more and likely boost participation and people will make attending and being online for our #educhat sessions part of their routine.
    Having a set topic for each #educhat session would be helpful also. We had so many ideas and topics swirling around for our first #educhat that it became a little overwhelming for many, including myself. I think this might have scared off a few people.

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  3. page Edutweetpanel 1 Back to School Projects and Tips edited ... plnaugle I teach 4th graders math and English in New Orleans. I design lessons with embedded t…
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    plnaugle I teach 4th graders math and English in New Orleans. I design lessons with embedded technlogy for my students.
    shellterrell I teach English to elementary, high school, college, and adult students in Germany. I integrate educational technology daily into my classes.
    hawaiianbrat96 I work in Clark County School District in Las Vegas, NV. I currently teach English I and English II to 9th and 10th graders and facilitate the English Virtual Lab for English credit deficient students in 9-12 grades. I aim to conquer the classroom through technology to continue to engage and motivate students to learn.
    Proposed Questions
    Questions -- Also, anyone want to volunteer to put some twitterpolls out there for these time slots? Sign up. Also, we can pull these out of the search and onto a wiki page by searching for these tags - anyone game to help with that? This is an experiment - how much collective goodness can we harness from this little experiment. How can we mash it up and make it cool - push it. Innovate.
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