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Twitter for Teachers Workshop – Review and Additional Links

Last wednesday WiZiQ organized a mini workshop about Twitter for Teachers. They invited Enza Antenos-Conforti (@iVenus), Alexandre Enklerli (@enkerli) and myself to give some presentations about how teachers can use microblogging.

It was a great event and I learned a lot from my co-presenters there. Below you can watch our presentations as well as some links to teacher related events on Twitter, some useful ebooks and blogs or watch some more videos about Twitter.

Presentation of Eza Antenos-Conforti

Presentation of Alexandre Enkerli

My presentation

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Twitter for Teachers – Mini Workshop hosted by WiZiQ

I was kindly invited to present at a mini workshop about Twitter for Teachers.

When?: Wednesday, September 16, 5.30PM CEST
Where?: WiZiQ
Price?: Free

Of course, I will not be the only presenter. WiZiQ has invited a very impressive panel with

Alexandre Enkerli @enkerli

Alex is a French-speaking ethnographer from Montreal, Qc. As a part-time or visiting lecturer, he has been teaching anthropology, folkloristics, and sociology at diverse universities in Canada and the United States, including Concordia University in Montreal and Indiana University South Bend. His teaching philosophy has been influenced by his constructivist father and by diverse learning experiences. Alex pretty much lives online. Apart from diverse activities on online services like Facebook and Twitter, he participates in diverse online forums and mailing-lists, including the Moodle community at Moodle.org. His main blog is Disparate.

Enza Antenos-Conforti @ivenus

Enza Antenos-Conforti is a Professor in the Department of Spanish and Italian at Montclair State University. She received her Ph.D. in Italian Studies from the University of Toronto. Her research areas are Applied Linguistics, instructional technology, materials development, and teacher training. Currently, she is working on viable Web 2.0 alternatives to learning management systems for the second language classroom and mobile-assisted language learning (MALL). Recently she presented on Twitter at the OIT Summer Symposium at Montclair State and LARC’s Summer Institute (San Diego State University).

Really looking forward to this event and to hear the opinions of Alexandre and Enza.

I made a little promo banner for the event. So if you like, copy the code below and share it on your website or blog.