The Conference Insider
AMLE/NMSA2011
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Free

Tweeting with Teachers

By: Dillon McCormick and Sydney Cook

On the final day of the AMLE conference, we interviewed many attendees at the beginning of the day. We asked them, "What has been the most memorable thing from the conference so far?" We then shortened their answers into tweets. Here are a few.

Student reporter interviewing attendee

dianneKY
@AMLE So proud of the organization. *Pulls out program book* #thatspower

AmyKY
@DinaZike We got to create foldables #memorable. Great hands-on ideas for class

MarkNJ
@HenryWinkler We should never forget the emotional life of the kids we're in contact with #memorable

LisaKY
@JackBerckemeyer Realized we could make our classroom fun #memorable

SeanIN
@RickWormeli Loved session. A number of different assessment strategies #memorable

JenniferKY
@HenryWinkler Was very inspirational. Student performances were phenomenal #memorable

ChantelSaskatchewan
@CharlestownMiddleSchool Walking through an American middle school #memorable

DrewMI
@HenryWinkler "If you will it, it is not a dream." #inspiringfunny

DavidVA
@MeetingArneDuncan #memorable SarahKY Connections with other teachers to take back to my classroom #memorable

INDEX

1...Tweeting with Teachers
2...School Survivor
3...A New Take on Teaching History
4...The Next Generation: Modern Media in the Classroom
5...Addressing Cyberbullying in Middle Schools
6...Gotta Dance

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