The Power of a Single Tweet

I wanted to capture this Twitter conversation because it shows exactly why I love Twitter as well as the power of one’s PLN.

Thanks Tracey Kracht (@traceykracht) for inspiring me to document this type of information!

Here is the single tweet that started it all…Screen Shot 2015-07-04 at 9.38.26 AM

This led to a lot of great replies, but here was my favorite from @MsDrasby (who I wasn’t even following yet)…

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I, of course, wanted to know about this too, so…

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And what begins to happen (within minutes) really shows the power of Twitter…

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After taking the communication to the Google Slide above, it continues to get better…

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Drum roll for the best part…

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Now, how cool is that?  One simple Tweet requesting help led to many things but exemplifies my main purpose for being on Twitter which is to…

Learn from others and gain knowledge of REAL tools/examples to Impact our Learners!

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3 thoughts on “The Power of a Single Tweet

  1. Reblogged this on The ED Tech Shift and commented:
    An amazing 24 hours! I’m very touched by the empowering educators in my #PLN. Helping and supporting others is a reward within itself! It is a selfless act of just wanting to help create better supports for our students. Sharing ideas and tutorials to assist one another the best way we can with learning how to navigate the digital world we live in. I’m grateful for what I’ve learned from the many educators in the virtual world, and am glad to be able to support you as well 🙂

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