The UberEdu Projects List
Just want to see the projects? Click here --> http://twitter.theedsquad.org/uberedulist

What is this, you ask? You have an amazing project to make education awesome in the world or in your backyard but it needs support? You'd love people to tweet about it but they don't? Maybe they don't know what to tweet. Maybe it's just too hard. Maybe the right people don't know about it! Enter: The UberEdu Projects List! You can share your project with the world, describe it, link people to a website of your choice and give them something to tweet just the way you like it!

Now, the best bit... everyone who adds their own project will tweet at least 3 other projects of their choice! Plus, awesome people will visit the list just to see what awesome projects are happening in education. WIN! WIN!

The UberEdu Projects List belongs to the world. If you have any questions, comments, bug reports or cheese please contact @sarahdateechur @mrkempnz or @robmctaggart - This form can be found at http://twitter.theedsquad.org/ubereduform and the list at http://twitter.theedsquad.org/uberedulist

Email address *
Name *
What is your real name? By the way, are you logged into your Google account? If you need to change things later, you'll need to be logged in.
Your answer
Twitter Handle *
Please include the @ sign
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Project Name *
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Project description *
What is your project about? If you're stuck, use the Golden Circle: Why? What? How? (1000 char. max.)
Your answer
How great leaders inspire action (the Golden Circle)
Do you know your project's 'WHY'? Simon Sinek says that's where to start.
Project Link *
A link to a project page of some sort. Use the most relevant link you can.
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Completion Date *
When would you like people to stop tweeting your project? Please make it no more than 3 months from now. You can always come back and add a new tweet.
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Sample Support Tweet *
Give your supporters something to tweet! Remember the power of hashtags but don't bomb with more than 3 - that's just gross! You might want to add your twitter handle to the end of the tweet. It's good to leave at least 10 characters free for people to add an extra hashtag.
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