My Top 10 in 2010

10. I presented at an educator conference for the first time. In February, I traveled to Savannah to present at the GSTA (Georgia Science Teachers Association) annual conference. I talked about Web 2.0 tools in the science classroom. It was fun, and I definitely see more conference presentations in my future. Now if I could… Continue reading My Top 10 in 2010

Why you should sign up for the launch #NASAtweetup for #STS133

NASA announced last week that they will be hosting another launch tweetup, this time for the launch of Discovery (STS-133) on November 1. The tweetup will be a two-day event on October 31 and November 1 culminating with the afternoon launch of Discovery. Here are some reasons why you should sign up: It’s the last… Continue reading Why you should sign up for the launch #NASAtweetup for #STS133

Twitter #Scichat – Discussing Science Education

If you are a science teacher and use Twitter at all, you really need to see if you can find time to join a #scichat discussion. #Scichat is similar to #edchat – a discussion about education related topics for one hour every Tuesday evening at 7 pm EDT. However, #scichat focuses on science education. The… Continue reading Twitter #Scichat – Discussing Science Education

When not to Tweet

With all of the focus on social network sites in the media, it is probably important to note that when and what you Tweet on Twitter is important for teachers to think about. When should you tweet? Be careful about tweeting at school – especially during classes. Make sure it is not against your school’s… Continue reading When not to Tweet