I often get requests for links to my various posts aimed at helping teachers to get more out of Twitter – so I’ve put them all in one handy pdf guide. We’ll keep adding to it and put a fresh version on the blog when new ones do come out. So if you want to keep up to date with it please do tick the box below asking to be kept up to date with the blog.
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VERSION 2: UPDATED – 13/02/2012
New sections on Science tweeters, Geography tweeters and #edchats!
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