Rapid Fire – Monday, May 05

Web 2.0 Educators Are Atwitter About Twitter

“In the classroom, I might set up a Twitter account for just my students and their parents. We can all update our little community about what we’re up to in class. I also think it would be interesting to track brainstorms — students immediately post a thought on Twitter as it enters their head, regardless of whether that idea fits into the current classroom lesson, making the site, if you will, a “parking lot” for thoughts. Or students can share requested information with their peers using the Twitter account.”

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