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Let’s have a global and multilingual conversation on Twitter to discuss how your in-person, remote and hybrid teaching and learning practices have evolved and adapted to the new circumstances.


We look forward to welcoming you to a one-hour #TeamsEduChat TweetMeet on Tuesday, Feb 15 at 7am PST / 10am EST / 3pm GMT, on the topic of hybrid learning.

 

Discussion questions on hybrid learning

We’ll discuss five questions. Now is a good time to start preparing your answers:

  1. What factors contribute to the success of hybrid learning?
  2. How do pedagogical and assessment decisions influence hybrid learning?
  3. How do you make hybrid learning engaging, interactive, and inclusive?
  4. How can you promote the benefits of hybrid learning to parents, guardians, educators and leaders?
  5. Which one hybrid learning resource would you recommend to educators?


What are TweetMeets?

TweetMeets are monthly, global, and multilingual Twitter chats around a specific topic relevant for educators. TweetMeets occur every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7am PST / 10am EST / 3pm GMT. TweetMeets are slow chats. This means that if these hours are less convenient for you, you can join the conversation at a later time that suits you best.


When and how can I join?

The main account to follow is @TweetMeet, where we publish tips, challenges, and promotion resources.


At event time, the @TweetMeet account and our hosts will start publishing the five discussion questions 10 minutes apart.


For more guidance, check the introductory Sway at TweetMeet Starter Guide.

 

New: TweetMeets are now truly multilingual

Want to participate in the TweetMeets in your own language? You’re most welcome to.
Follow these steps:

  1. On Twitter, use the built-in Translate Tweet feature with any question tweet
  2. Click Retweet and select the Quote Tweet option
  3. Respond in any language

 

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How to prepare for this TweetMeet

We suggest you take this course on Microsoft Learn:


Hybrid learning: A new model for the future of learning
You’ll learn about the five elements of hybrid learning, how to implement them, and how to use Microsoft Teams to create a dynamic learning environment for your students.

 

New: Webinar about Hybrid Learning and TweetMeets on Saturday, Feb 12
This month’s hosts invite you to join their webinar about Hybrid Learning and the TweetMeets. It takes place on Saturday, February 12 at 10-11am EST.


Mark your calendar with this *.ics calendar link. Alternatively, use the direct-join link at event time.

 

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Introducing our hosts

After weeks of preparation for this TweetMeet, this new crew is thrilled to engage with you on their favorite topic, hybrid learning.
Check out their profiles, consider following them, and engage with their tweets through this month’s Twitter List.

 

Andy Knueven (@MrCoachK15) – Digital Learning Coach from Zionsville, Indiana USA.
Loves leveraging digital tools to support and empower everyone to access content to make learning possible.

 

Anna Dyagileva-Tkachuk (@AnnaDyagileva1) – Language teacher from Labytnangi, Russia.
Loves finding new ways to use EdTech tools to support teaching/learning. Passionate for Project-based learning, inclusion & accessibility in the classroom.

 

Dalia El-Esawy (@dalia_esawy) – Vice-head of Edu-Tech Department, Mansoura College International Schools, Egypt.
Trains colleagues to keep updated with technologies used in classrooms and inspires students to acquire necessary 21st-century skills.

 

Diana Myers McGhee (@dmmcghee) – Director of Pupil Personnel from Kentucky, USA.
Lifelong learner whose passion for using technology in the classroom began with Windows 3.1 (yes, she's that old!). Believes giving students a choice in their learning creates powerful outcomes.

 

Kelly Christopherson (@kellywchris) – Elementary and university teacher from Regina, Canada.
Love sharing with students, colleagues, and connections to support the use of technology in learning and living.

 

Mohamed Yaser Amneh (@moamneh8) – K-12 E-Learning Coordinator from Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
EdTech specialist, creativity & innovation enthusiast, loves sharing ideas with colleagues and motivating them to use the best EdTech apps which keep students focused and engaged especially in the Hybrid Learning mode.

 

Preeti Kanthake (@PKanthake) – Primary Educator at Z.P.H.S. Vishnupuri, Nanded, India.
Loves learning and helping colleagues and friends to integrate technology in the classroom to help students develop 21st century skills and SDG's.

 

Ryan McGinnis (@RyanMcGTech) – Technology Integration Specialist from Bradford, Pennsylvania, USA. Innovative, fast-paced, technology lover who enjoys helping others to infuse technology into education to enhance learning and excitement in classrooms.

 

Sana Noor (@sansanananana) - Primary ICT Coordinator at Pathways School, Noida, India. Passionate about purposeful technology integrated learning and teaching, loves collaborating with the community and a learner for life.

 

Sawsen Essid (@sawsen_essid) – Senior English teacher, Tunisia.
MIE Expert, ICT expert, Teacher trainer certified by OPEN program, interested in applying new teaching methodologies mainly online and hybrid learning. International school award coordinator with the British council.

 

Tatiana Popa (@Tatianapopab) – Head of Global Education and Hybrid Learning Coordinator at Heritage International School, Chisinau, Moldova.

Loves bringing the world into her lessons through PBL, thinks that using technology in the classroom only enhances learning for 21st-century students.

 

Tim Clarke (@tim_jumpclarke) – Headteacher at Cornerstone CE Primary in Hampshire (UK).

Loves, with his team, igniting a love of learning, through encouraging and empowering partnerships and nurturing a growth mindset.

 

Victoria Thompson (@VictoriaTheTech) – Former STEM coach, now K-12 Industry Executive at Microsoft from Tacoma, WA.
Loves empowering leaders with tools and resources that can help students succeed in the classroom and beyond.

 

Arabic language track this month

Thanks to our three Arabic-speaking hosts Dalia, Mohamed and Sawsen, we are proud to also offer this month’s TweetMeet discussion questions in Arabic at hashtag #TweetMeetAR.

 

Show you're a TweetMeet Friend

Want to promote the TweetMeet from your Twitter account? Use our PowerPoint templates to create custom Friend banners, cards and ‘Join us’ patches. We also offer ready-made promotion images. Access the entire Templates and Images collection for TweetMeet Friends.


Here’s an example of a TweetMeet Friend Card:

 

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