Saturday, March 16 • 9:45am - 11:15am
TOSAs Need Twitter! (Poster 1)

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Learn how to better leverage the power of Twitter and a PLN in order to support, enhance, inspire, and innovate within your TOSA/coach role, as well as your own professional growth. If you've been meaning to get on Twitter but don't know where to start, you don't want to miss this poster session!

Learning Outcome #1
At the end of my poster session, participants will have learned how being connected on Twitter benefits their professional growth, their connectedness with others around the world in similar roles, builds their site/district/own brand and story, and pushes them to continuously grow professionally.

Learning Outcome #2
At the end of my poster session, novice participants will know how to access Twitter, what basic Twitter terminology and lingo is, curate a resourceful and inspired feed by following some key connected educators, and send out their first Tweets from the conference via mini Twitter slow chat.

ISTE Standard 6. Content knowledge and professional growth. a. Engage in continual learning to deepen content and pedagogical knowledge in technology integration and current and emerging technologies. Engage in continuous learning to deepen professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions in organizational change and leadership, project management, and adult learning to improve professional practice.

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Nicole Beardsley

Equity TOSA, Campbell Union School District
Nicole is an Equity TOSA in the Campbell Union School District (located in the San Jose area). Nicole is passionate about student-centric learning, especially through HyperDocs, high quality professional development for educators, and #AllMeansAll mindset. Nicole is a Google Certified... Read More →


Saturday March 16, 2019 9:45am - 11:15am
Ballroom Foyer, Renaissance Hotel 888 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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