New Research! Inquiring Tweets Want to Know: #Edchat supports for #RemoteTeaching during COVID‐19

Social media use has spiked around the world during the COVID-19 global pandemic as people reach out for news, information, social connections, and support in their daily lives. Past work on professional learning networks (PLNs) has shown that teachers also use social media to find supports for their teaching and ongoing professional development. This paper […]

New! Synthesis of 10+ years of Research on K-12 Teaching and Teacher Learning with Social Media

Social media platforms can play an important role for teaching students. Check out the first comprehensive review (open access) of over 13 years of research on teaching and teacher learning with social media in K-12 education. This review from Michigan State University (@MSUCollegeofEd) researchers and published in Teachers College Record (@tcrecord) can help teachers and instructors think through […]

New Research on How People Learn in Conference Twitter Backchannels!

As new technologies shape and are shaped by human practices, educators and researchers must consider the impact that participating in social media—to access, reflect upon, question, evaluate and disseminate scholarship—is having on their professional development and practices. This paper investigates how members of the educational research community use social media to advance professional learning and […]