Tweet Treats #4
This is the fourth collection of useful tweets relating to #geography and #geographyteachers. The world of Twitter can be a busy place so I’ve pulled together some tweet treats from the last week or so that are worth having a look at. Tweets are in no particular order.
— Michael Chiles 🌎 (@m_chiles) July 11, 2017
— internetgeography.net (@InternetGeog) September 13, 2018
— Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600) September 13, 2017
Inspired by @nicklapthorn ‘s talk @The_GA conference, students are covering their books with their favourite views and explaining the geography behind them. These gems from #Year7 pic.twitter.com/pNCZKqBM3U
— Geog Fry 🌍 (@Geog_Fry) September 13, 2018
Anyone got any good ideas for geography related fiction? I’m in the process of asking for some books for our library, got lots of non-fiction but not many ‘stories’ – any aimed at KS3 would be even better…. #geographyteacher
— jennnnnn 🌎 (@Jennnnnn_x) September 12, 2018
Was just reminded of this: it’s *not* a form to be used in performance management driven high stakes observations. It *is* a form to be used for reflecting thoughtfully on the practices of expert teachers.https://t.co/3tHRTKy2Jo
— Adam Boxer (@adamboxer1) September 12, 2018
Everyone is talking about Rosenshine but how does it look in practice? Here is my attempt to answer that question in our school blog.
Love to hear how it looks in your classroom. https://t.co/VCxZsRbzVD
— Mark Enser 🌍 (@EnserMark) September 12, 2018
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My talk for #rED18 on how using research has given me the confidence and knowledge to simplify teaching, ditch the complications and focus on doing the basics well.
If you’ve found something for the list next week please send a direct message on Twitter to @internetgeog
If you are new to Twitter or haven’t yet signed up, take a look at our guide to Twitter for geography teachers.