Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

So I tweeted… Testing eggscape pods for eggstronauts was great fun with yr7. Otherwise very theoretical day. #asechat Unstoppability aka momentum, ISA prep, lots of nuclear radiation, beta decay paradox and all. What has everyone else been up to? #asechat — Ian (@teachingofsci) April 3, 2014 …and then I got some replies. It wasn’t a […]

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So I was on Twitter. @TeacherROAR – who I follow – retweeted an item from @NUTSouthWest – who I don’t – which in turn quoted figures from an article in the Independant. Gove is spending estimated £39,616 on every Free School student and just £4,000 on those in 6th Form Colleges. @teacherROAR — NUT South […]

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So, I had this idea. If you read this blog at all regularly, you’ll know that I consider @alomshaha a friend. As well as writing, making films and teaching science, he should be credited with getting me on to Twitter two years ago. Thank him later. Right now, I’ve something more important for you to […]

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The observent among you will have noticed that I’ve tweaked the title. That’s because I’m broadening it slightly, as I’m now looking at items I’ve saved as favourites in Twitter, through RSS and Pocket (Read it Later as was). I’m trying to use RSS feeds to reduce the amount of time I spend browsing webpages […]

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It’s hard to tell whether the fairly low attendance was due to the good weather or colleagues watching Eurovision. Aren’t you all glad we don’t need a note from your mothers… The paper discussed was about using the 5Es model to design a science curriculum and the materials for it. This follows on from the […]

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The plan is that this will be the first of a regular set of blogposts, showing what I’ve learned over the previous week or fortnight via Twitter. We’ll see how it goes. Explanation, if you need it, was in my previous post. This won’t include all my favourited tweets, but hopefully many of them. It’s […]

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Life Online

10May12

I’m finding it harder and harder to keep track of things online. At the time of writing/typing, I’m running six email accounts, two blogs (this one and the ‘in-progress’ studenttoolkit.co.uk, two twitter accounts and one facebook page. That’s crazy. To try and keep myself organised, I’m experimenting with several tools. The hard bit is making […]

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