After a semester filled with interacting via Twitter in Sara Steffes Hansen‘s classroom, here is what a couple of her students had to say in 140 characters or less:
Why do you feel using Twitter in your classroom was a creative execution of learning?
- “Using @Twitter in the classroom doesn’t just provide one professor to learn from but the millions in the #twitterverse become teachers” – @Derek_Schroeder
- “It allowed us to interact with each and have respectful side conversations that 99% of the time sparked class discussions–great way to learn.” – @christine_dkrt
What did you learn from using Twitter in the classroom?
- “I’ve learned that @Twitter in the classroom can provide #quickresponsivelearning and more depth than could ever be printed in a textbook” – @Derek_Schroeder
- “You can connect with anyone, anywhere, at anytime.” – @christine_dkrt
Now that your class is over, how will you continue to creatively use Twitter?
- “I use @Twitter daily to network, share information I find relevant, research my #hobbies and to find what’s new with the world” – @Derek_Schroeder
- “Sharing articles, awesome blogs, and keep connected with my old classmates.” – @christine_dkrt
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