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Sign Up to Receive Your Free Guide to Twitter for Teachers

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.

Anything missing? Do let me know as we love writing posts on Twitter and are happy to help!

VERSION 2: UPDATED – 13/02/2012
New sections on Science tweeters, Geography tweeters and #edchats!

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Twelve ways to get up to speed when teaching a new subject for the first time 01 Jul 2015

Increasingly, teachers find themselves expected to teach subjects which are beyond their areas of specialism. Whilst you may embrace the challenge, it can feel somewhat daunting. To provide you with some ideas and support, we’ve listed twelve tips below to help you increase your knowledge and confidence when teaching a subject as a non-specialist. 1. […]

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Apps for autism: from early years to individuals with communication and fine motor skills challenges 29 Jun 2015

Using technology is a popular leisure time activity for many children with autism and this can be harnessed in a positive way for educational benefit. In order to ensure that children have appropriate use of IT they should have opportunities to: Learn new skills Become more motivated Develop increased concentration on tasks Initiate more contact […]

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How to support a student who is having a panic attack 25 Jun 2015

Witnessing a student having a panic attack can be distressing, and many staff find themselves wondering how best to support students. There are a few simple steps you can follow and these are worth all staff knowing. If you have students who regularly have panic attacks, it’s worth discussing these suggestions with them and asking […]

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