BBS Teaching & Learning Center

Building teacher capacity to improve student achievement
تنمية قدرات المعلمين لتحسين أداء الطلاب 

#tlcbbs Slow Chat

Starts on the morning of the PD Day. Question(s) will be tweeted out at 8:30 AM (GMT+3), teachers can continue tweeting the whole month. 


Why Twitter?

There are a number of great resources to help teachers based on location, subject, grade level, and technology being shared via Twitter from colleagues’ professional practice.  Many teachers around the world are also using Twitter as a part of their ever-expanding PLN (personal learning network) to connect, share, and network.  The TLC sees this as an extension of our work to help support teachers improving student achievement.

Adapted from edudemic.com


What is a Twitter chat?

  • A conversation about a specific topic
  • A way to connect with educators from BBS, Kuwait, and around the world
  • A way to share ideas and resources

Adapted from NESA


How do I join #tlcbbschat?

On the morning of the PD Day, chat starts. Question(s) will be tweeted out at 8:30 AM. There is no hurry to respond, teachers have a whole month to continue tweeting. Teachers can think about it, find a blog post, link, or video to share, or even write their own blog post or create a video response in order to reply to the question. When teachers are ready to respond, they will tweet out and use #tlcbbschat.


#tlcbbschat Schedule

Based on the monthly PD topics 

 

   PD 1: October 13

       PD 2: November 17

     PD 3: December 8

   PD 4: January 26

     PD 5: February 16

PD 6: March 25


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