It was a fast and fun-filled #LINCchat with veteran moderator, Svetlana Lupasco (@StanzaSL) and guest moderator, Bonnie Jean Nicholas (@EALstories filling in for @nathanghall) guiding the conversation. At times it was hard to keep up, but the chat clearly confirmed the importance of “Building Professional Learning Networks”.
Much gratitude goes out to the following enthusiastic #LINCchat participants from B.C. to Taiwan and everywhere in between: @ram_diane, @theHungryHost, @FBieri, @DawnTorvik, @radvesna, @ambartosik, @thespreadingoak, @mattsajn, @gabyG_jolie, @seburnt, @ShawnaWiKo, @ESLlibrary, @CatherineEbert2, @motherchina, @milka_stupar, @tarabenwell and @jennifermchow. Please accept my apologies if I missed you!
To read the summary, hover over the Twitter bird next to the subtopics (areas of professional learning, a professional learning network, professional learning as a daily routine, being a connected educator, continuing professional development, powerful moments in professional learning and engaging colleagues in online PD) in the image below. The interactive image was made with Canva and ThingLink.
To read all the tweets on this topic, follow the complete discussion here.
New to #LINCchat?
If you have never participated in #LINCchat before, go to www.lincchat.ca for more information. #LINCchats occur every other Tuesday, with the occasional Friday. If you have any ideas for topics or have comments about #LINCchat, please send @StanzaSL or @EALstories a tweet or post a message on Tutela. Our next #LINCchat on Digital Citizenship will be on June 27th. Feel free to use the #LINCchat hashtag between chats to share thoughts and links with others. Hope to “see” you on June 27th!
Jennifer has been teaching in the LINC Program for more than 10 years. She loves using Twitter to stay connected as a mother, an educator and an active citizen.