Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

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Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

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To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

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To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

twitter-7

Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

twitter-7

Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

twitter-7

Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

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Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

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To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

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Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

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Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

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Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

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To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…

Tag Archive: Social Media

Event summary – #WeTweetEd #6 (at EICE) How can we use social media to debate and influence policy?

1960902_431736030262359_1031560478_o

Thanks to all those that joined us at the EICE conference (@EICEmanchester), or online via Twitter, last month for the sixth of these networking events. They were greeted by food, drink, fellow souls and a lively debate about how we can use social media to debate and influence policy. It was the usual informal format,…

The education Tweeter top 40 and #WeTweetEd #3

Tweets

Here in the think tank team we are increasingly impressed with how useful Twitter can be. Not just for sharing our own research and analysis, but also for meeting a wide range of people. hearing new ideas and debating issues. We’re also interested in how it can support research, teaching and learning, as shown in…

Tweet up with the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning

sb-blog

Last week, we in the Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning hosted a twitter event at our head office in the Strand. It was an evening reception and some 80 people from all walks of life came, perhaps enticed by the wine and nibbles but genuinely it seemed, interested in the power of twitter. At…

#WeTweetEd meet-up #1: Is social media a help or a hindrance to education?

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Event Summary Dear tweeters, The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning and EducationInvestor magazine held an education tweet-up on November 3rd. In attendance were  some influential education tweeters. The debate: • Are education tweets only really interesting to education journalists? • Would any self-respecting teacher use Facebook to teach students? • Are professors using LinkedIn for research? •…

Tweeting for teachers: how can social media support teacher professional development?

IMG_0785

To download the report please click here The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning has spent the past few months considering the question above, working with teachers, social media experts and others to try to understand this issue, and how teachers can harness a valuable resource to develop their skills. The importance of high quality…

Supporting teacher CPD with social media – 21 October 2011

Pupil-Premium

Event Summary The Pearson Centre for Policy and Learning, in collaboration with Ewan McIntosh and Tom Barrett from digital and education consultancy company NoTosh, is about to publish new research into how social media can be used to support teachers’ professional development. The research includes: • case studies of teachers and heads who are effectively…

Social media and teacher CPD

Julie McCulloch

I’m kicking off a piece of research into the role that social media can play in continuing professional development for teachers. I’m interested in how teachers are currently exploiting social media for their own professional development, and how this might translate into recommendations for how schools, government and training providers could build on this good…