Inspiring Learning Outcomes with Twitter in the Kindergarten Classroom

This teacher’s work with Twitter is building connections across the globe, and inspiring learning here at home.


I first learned about Amy Night’s use of Twitter in her kindergarten classroom when she submitted the following comment in response to the post, “Do you use Facebook or Twitter in the classroom (or know someone wh...” back in February:


“I am a kindergarten teacher, using Twitter in my classroom as a tool to connect my students to a larger, international community, of kindergarteners. I blogged about it here: Just recently the entire kindergarten team (4 teachers) at my school created twitter accounts for their classes, and we are using them as part of a “Kindergarten Around the World” virtual exchange project.”


Naturally I stopped by her blog and started reading. I loved her story, and decided right then and there I wanted to write about it here. When I recently sat down and started reviewing her work to try and put together an article, I found her March post, “I heard them say, love is the way”, and it occurred to me that I really couldn’t add anything to this, and that I really wanted to share it ... [READ FULL ARTICLE]

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Tags: #kinderchat, kindergarten teachers using twitter in the classroom, miss night mutters blogspot blog, twitter in kindergarten classroom


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