Sara Thomas (@sarahdateechur on Twitter) was kind enough to hook up from the United States and talk about how Twitter helped her personal development and the role it plays in supporting the EduMatch community – an eclectic mix of social media channels which connects together a wide range of educators.
Malcolm Wilson, ICT Curriculum Development Officer for Falkirk Council Children’s Services. Supporting schools in using digital technology in learning and teaching.
Malcolm’s Blog: ICT for Teaching & Learning in Falkirk Primary Schools
Joe Dale (@joedale on Twitter) discusses dropping in and out of Twitter, the life and history of the #mfltwitterati community and the trust it engenders between participants. A self-confessed experimenter, Joe’s recent tinkerings into Anchor (with Rachel Smith – @lancslassrach on Twitter) certainly (ahem!) hooked me.
Stacey Ramm (@tiffybum on Twitter) outlines some of the benefits Twitter provides for her, including how it helped her in getting a job. We also hear how she partitions the professional and personal sides of her life within social media, and how doing that contributed towards her memorable Twitter handle.
Amanda Simpson, University of the West of Scotland, What Scotland’s future workforce think about ‘Decent Work’.