Nightly Roundup from Twitter #Edchat

So many resources go streaming by on twitter and I know I will want to go back to them in the future. Here are a “few” resources that I found interesting. For more join the discussion by searching for the hashtag #edchat

HP Teacher Experience Exchange– Great resources for all grade levels. Articles about classroom activities, Professional Development, and Lesson Plans.

17 ways to meet individual learning needs in the math classroom– “Differentiating instruction can be challenging. Student’s educational strengths and weaknesses can be widely varied, making it a difficult task to meet each student’s needs in any given lesson. Math is one such subject area where student skill levels can be very different.”- From the article

Great Idea for showing different technologies you have integrated in the classroom for the year

Changing the language of employee learning

Great First Grade Teachers Blog– Using Candy Land for Site Words.

FreeTechForTeachers– All around great resource. Must ready daily!

Washington Post article: Why Teacher Bashing is Dangerous.

There were several other interesting articles and I encourage you, if you are not already on twitter come join the conversation.

Twitter Handbook for Teachers




TJ Houston

TJ Houston the Vice President of Managed services at Epiphany Management Group. TJ leads professional development in all areas of technology and loves developing ways to make teachers, students, and staff's lives easier with the use of technology. TJ also loves photography and his portfolio can be found at All of the views on this site are his own.