My classroom Twitter board! A great formative assessment tool! Kids write out what they have learned, or anything that may need help with

My classroom Twitter board! A great formative assessment tool! Kids write out what they have learned, or anything that may need help with

Each kid has their OWN speech bubble - laminate and use dry erase for a quick exit slip or have the kids write their slip/response on a sticky note and put it on their speech bubble...

Each kid has their OWN speech bubble - laminate and use dry erase for a quick exit slip or have the kids write their slip/response on a sticky note and put it on their speech bubble...

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when a teacher and a designer work together. teamwork, teacher, class projects, ideas, twitter, social media, classroom projects, elementary school, art projects, classroom ideas, creative teacher

Cool use of Twitter in the classroom.  Great opportunity for reflection of what they learned that day.    Twitter Door- The kids can tweet about what is happening. Laminated sentences strips so everyone (including the teacher) has a place to “tweet” on the door.  We can always call it a “Status Update”!  Add the students’ photos in front of it.   # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Cool use of Twitter in the classroom. Great opportunity for reflection of what they learned that day. Twitter Door- The kids can tweet about what is happening. Laminated sentences strips so everyone (including the teacher) has a place to “tweet” on the door. We can always call it a “Status Update”! Add the students’ photos in front of it. # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Students' tweets...create a Twitter board on your classroom wall. Encourage students to "post" their status/thoughts on laminated (therefore reusable) sentence strips. Have students write the times that they write their tweets underneath their text to add time-telling practice...I can't find this on the blog, but with the picture and explanation, you don't need it!

Students' tweets...create a Twitter board on your classroom wall. Encourage students to "post" their status/thoughts on laminated (therefore reusable) sentence strips. Have students write the times that they write their tweets underneath their text to add time-telling practice...I can't find this on the blog, but with the picture and explanation, you don't need it!

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