Broadening Teacher and Student Perspectives Through the Nanjing Atrocities

Posted by Stacey Perlman on March 14, 2016

As educators in the U.K., Victoria Mole and her colleagues, Jenna Adcock, and Katie Duce, wanted to teach their students more diverse and broad histories, such as the Nanjing Massacre in 1937. It’s an often-overlooked period of World War II when the Imperial Japanese Army forces brutally murdered hundreds of thousands of people–including both soldiers and civilians in the city of Nanjing, China.

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Topics: United Kingdom, Teaching, Twitter, The Nanjing Atrocities

Twitter and Your PLN: One Teacher's Story

Posted by Ashley Proulx on February 27, 2015

I remember driving to work one morning in 2008, vaguely paying attention to the DJ discussing Ashton Kutcher‘s recent Twitter rant about noisy neighbors. I had no idea what Twitter was.I was 25 at the time, right about at the stage in my life where adulthood began to officially set in and my knowledge of all things trendy began to rapidly decrease.

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Topics: Professional Development, Antisemitism, Teaching Resources, Social Media, Twitter, EdTech, PLN, Media Skills, Online Learning, Critical Thinking, Facing Technology

45 Terrific Twitter Accounts for Teachers

Posted by Julia Rappaport on February 19, 2014

We're so excited to be featured in My Town Tutors' list of 45 Terrific Twitter Accounts for Teachers!

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Topics: Social Media, Twitter, EdTech, Media Skills

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