Join #NYEDChat to discuss Digital Citizenship
on Monday, March 9, 2015 at 8:30p.m. EST
|Welcome to #NYEDChat. Please introduce yourself with your name, role and location.||8:30 pm|
|Invite a colleague to #NYEDChat‘s Holiday Open House for some cheer.||8:31 pm|
|Q1 Spreading holiday cheer involves having a positive outlook. What can you do to promote positivity this season? #NYEDChat||8:35 pm|
|Q2 What you done to bring joy and passion back into the classroom? #NYEDChat||8:42 pm|
|Q3 Name one professional and one personal book that you recommend for a holiday gift. #NYEDChat||8:49 pm|
|Q3 Exchanging holiday cards is a lost art. Pen a quick one to send to a #NYEDChat colleague?||8:56 pm|
|Q4 If you could establish one goal for 2015 to enhance your craft, what would it be? #NYEDChat||9:02 pm|
|Q5 What can we do on the first days of the new year to keep positivity and passion alive in our schools?||9:09 pm|
|Q6 The Gift of Giving: How has someone in your PLN changed your life? #NYEDChat||9:19 pm|
|TY for joining the #NYEDChat Holiday Open House tonight.||9:26 pm|
|Join #NYEDChat on January 12, 2015 for a new year of learning.||9:30 pm|
August is upon us and although NYEDChat is on summer hiatus, the moderators: Bill Brennan, Vicki Day, Blanca Duarte, Starr Sackstein, Tony Sinanis, and Carol Varsalona are gearing up for a new season of connectivity with NYS educators and those from across the states. Last school year saw the relaunch of #NYEDChat as the voice of NYS educators and a partnership of committed moderators grew to a team of six. Every other Monday at 8:30 pm #NYEDChat posed lively discussions. Guest moderators often visited the chats and one of the highlights of the year was a triple state chat #NJNYCOL with ten moderators from #njed, #NYEDChat, and #COLchat. This chat was not only a great collaborative effort but a fast-paced, successful discussion that trended on Twitter. Many connections were made that night.
Following this was a joint venture by #njed and #NYEDChat, the Showcase of Teaching and Learning, a highlighting of best practices, blogs, and lessons from educators around the globe. The site created hopes to attract educators who wish to globally share their best learning. It will remain open to all who would like to add to the collection of shared practices.
With its expansion as a professional learning network (PLN), #NYEDChat continues its journey to connect educators from across New York State so that they can add their collective voices to a broader, global connected community. Vicki Day has taken one step forward to make #NYEDChat a more dynamic and united front. She has worked diligently to construct this new website from the previous wiki site that we have seemed to outgrow. This is the new look that she designed. A few weeks ago, Vicki and I collaborated on adding a new page to the site and I must admit it was quite an experience for me, a worthwhile endeavor but a frustrating one while learning a new platform.
Although we loved our #NYEDChat Wiki page, we thought it was time to update our website to a blog so we all can add content to page. This is still under construction and will feature various pages so you can have access to our topics, our Storify sessions, resources, and fun and crazy things we do during our chats. A link will be on our former wiki page to direct any new tweeps and followers to this page due to our card QR code. We will see you soon!
The #NYEDChat moderators!