Twitter Summaries are a great way for students to paraphrase and summarize content. If they are reading a piece of text, they can summarize each paragraph in a tweet (and even create their own related hashtag). Or even if the teacher is going through a presentation with the entire class, students can be given time during the presentation to turn each slide of content into a tweet. However you choose to use them in your classroom, Twitter Summaries will bring a modern spin to the process of summarization and note taking.
This post includes a few pre-created samples and a blank Twitter Summary template.
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South Carolina’s annual Edtech Conference was held in Greenville, SC this month. Here are seven awesome quotes shared on the #SCEDTECH2014 hashtag. Hope to see you in Charleston, SC next October for Edtech2015!
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I just got back from an amazing experience in San Diego – the 2014 Apple Distinguished Educator Global Institute. Throughout this awesome week of professional development, many quotes, pictures, and sketchnotes were shared via the #ADE2014 hashtag (be sure to check it out on Twitter). Here are my 10 favorite quotes tweeted out during this amazing event: