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Twitter Discussion Groups

At one point, there were many discussion groups, mailing lists and web sites devoted to teachers communicating with teachers. As the Internet, and Internet users, evolved, many of those early chat resources have disappeared.

Today, blog posts and Twitter seem to be the main ways teachers communicate with each other.

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Twitter Education Chats

This site's goal is to be the place to track all education-related chats. They track 50+ on-line chats per day, with subjects ranging from Educational Coaching to Superintendent's Chat to Arts in Education.

Many of the chats are regional, with both U.S. states and countries represented. You are welcome to request your own Twitter chat be added to the list.

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A Step-by-Step Guide To Hosting or Joining a Twitter Chat

A Twitter chat is where a group of Twitter users meet at a predetermined time to discuss a certain topic, using a designated hashtag (#).

This post provides the details for using this easy way to connect with others.

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