#DENchat is Amazing. Really. It is.

The nice folks over at eSchool News created a list of 11 Amazing Twitter Chats for Educators and guess who made the list! That’s right. #DENchat. There are a lot of reasons it made the list including the awesome conversations and topics. However, I think the best part of it is that #DENchat is the passion project of some pretty terrific members of the DEN community.  They make #DENchat amazing. Join us on Twitter on Thursday nights at 8pm ET. Check out the other chats on their list too.

If you’ve never joined a Twitter chat,  here are a few great tips on the best ways to participate in a Twitter Chat.

“How to Participate in a Twitter Chat”

Twitter Chat and Hashtag Tools

TweetChat and TweetGrid are popular clients for following Twitter chats.

Tonight’s #denchat topic is “Your Techsolutions for the New Year.” Join hostess, @plnaugle (Paula Naugle), at 8:00 pm EST for a lively discussion that is sure to get you (almost) ready to head back to school in a few days!

Here is a break down of what’s coming up in January. Mark your calendars! Don’t miss out! “See you” on Thursday nights!

January 9: DE Assessment Ideas, guest hosted by @ajpoggio (Andrew Poggio)

January 16: Starting Over…How to get kids to stay in the groove instead of thinking…It’s January…why am I still telling you this?, hosted by @lparisi (Lisa Parisi)

January 23: Blended Learning, hosted by @catebeck (Cate Beck)

January 30: Beating the Winter Blahs and Blues: How do you keep things fresh?, hosted by @kellyhines (Kelly Hines)


One Comment;

  1. Paula Naugle said:

    I love Twitter and edchats. I’m so proud to be associated with #DENchat. Last night’s discussion was a high-energy, fast-paced one about our Tech-solutions for the New Year. Lots of DEN STARs and also some who are not (but hopefully want to be) added their thoughts, asked questions, shared resources, and encouraged each other to improve their tech skills and add to their tech toolkits during the New Year. Thanks for your support of #DENchat.

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