A big thank you to Dr. Tutaleni Asino and doctoral student Alesha Baker at Oklahoma State University and Dr. Tonia Dousay at the University of Wyoming and James Kapptie in Wyoming for making this upcoming Sunday chat a reality. Also the #oklaed folks for letting me host – much love!
This Sunday we will be tweeting about why we participate in #oklaed #wyoedchat and more specifically – do you consider this to be professional development? I know that this is Super Bowl Sunday – I also know how passionate educators are about twitter chats. Be ready to participate and share this Sunday 8CST/7MST, as we combine #oklaed #wyoedchat!!!
*#*#*#* I am using this chat as data for research – please understand that any tweet could be used as part of my study. I will take measures to ensure that your anonymity will remain and will not use direct quotes.*#*#*
Take a minute to share this with other participants – it is important that everyone understands that the chat will be part of a research project. Participation in the chat will imply consent to participate in the research. You will remain anonymous. For our high school students – we will not use your data unless you are 18. Please message me at @teachfromhere if you have questions.
Questions for this Super Sunday:
- Where/how did you first hear about #oklaed/#wyoedchat?
- What is a direct benefit from your #oklaed/#wyoedchat experience?
- Have you encountered any challenges from/while participating in #oklaed/#wyoedchat?
- Do you view your participation in #oklaed as PD? Why/Why not?
- Does your school give you any PD hours/credits for participating in #oklaed/#wyoedchat? Should they?
- How does your traditional PD compared to the PD you have found on Twitter?
- Why do you participate in #oklaed/#wyoedchat?
- Other thoughts that we did not ask about?
I cannot wait to see what you, #oklaed #wyoedchat have to say!! My senses tell me it is going to be #epic