Everyone has opinions about what they feel is best teaching practice. There are countless teaching and assessment ideas being shared on Twitter. As well, a plethora of resources can be found that are mostly free to teachers.
Twitter has connected thousands of teachers across the world. We can find whatever we need in regards to specifics related to our teaching practice.
Twitter is a powerful tool for connecting educators and for professional growth, but the hardest work in developing our practice comes from within us.
Twitter can be a noisy place with lots of opinions being shared about best teaching practice. However, at the end of the day, we must begin with our own inner voice. Our own ideas. Our own failures. Our own creative thoughts. Tapping into our own inner voice honors the innovator within. Once we have these ideas, find out what’s out there. Compare, contrast, tinker, tweak and modify based upon the work of others, but always start this journey with your own inner voice.
KAUST Faculty, Pedagogical Coach. Presenter & Workshop Leader.IB Educator. #RunYourLife podcast host.