MASH Twitter Tweasure Hunt 2016
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Maximize Twitter's Potential: Use this "Twitter Tweasure Hunt" to discover the depths of PD available.
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Listed below are many of the possible actions/uses of Twitter. As you accomplish a task, give yourself one point in that category. The spreadsheet will keep a team tally. The team with the most points in 2 weeks (October 27) wins a Tim Horton's breakfast on the final meeting day, November 3. *ONE POINT MAXIMUM PER PERSON PER TASK.Team Member 1Team Member 2Team Member 3Team Member 4
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Establishing your professional Profile (counts as points even if you have already done this)
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1add a profile photo 0000
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2display your professional profile: who are you, where are you, what are your passions, hobbies, interests, why are you on Twitter, what do you want to accomplish?0000
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3add a header photo0000
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Building your PLN (professional learning network) (you can't count things you've already done--these all must be new)
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4Find and follow another member of the MASH faculty (not on your team)0000
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5Find and follow another member of the CCSD faculty (not at MASH)0000
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6View the people/groups that someone else at MASH follows, follow at least one0000
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7follow an educator (teacher, admin, specialist) in another school district within 50 miles of MASH0000
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8follow an educator (teacher, admin, specialist) in another state0000
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9follow an educator (teacher, admin, specialist) in another country0000
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10Follow someone not from MASH/CCSD and be followed back0000
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Communicating about educational topics (you can't count things you've already done--these all must be new)
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11"Like" a tweet0000
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12Retweet a tweet0000
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13tweet something you've learned recently0000
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14tweet an activity that went well in your class(es)0000
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15tweet using a photo or other graphic0000
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16Tweet a quote from a book (educational/relevant topic) you're reading (or have read). Cite the author. If the author is on Twitter, include his/her Twitter handle (@...)0000
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17Find and recommend (by Tweet) a person/group that another MASH faculty member (not on your team) might want to follow. 0000
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18Find a valuable ed-tech resource, link or tip; tweet/retweet it to another member of the MASH faculty (not on your team) who you think would find it interesting or helpful0000
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19read a teacher's/administrator's blog, retweet (adding your own comment)0000
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20respond to a question 0000
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Expanding your learning, pursuing your curiosities, gathering ideas and resources for classroom use (you can't count things you've already done--these all must be new)
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21Ask a question (education topic) via Twitter; receive at least one response0000
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22research a topic of educational interest/relevance and gather at least three sources0000
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23Download an infographic that you can use in your classroom.0000
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24sign up for a newsletter or blog0000
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25enter a contest or giveaway0000
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Encouraging and/or being encouraged (you can't count things you've already done--these all must be new)
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26Retweet an education-related quote that you find true/inspiring.0000
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27Be "retweeted" (by someone not on your team)0000
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28Be "liked" (by someone not on your team)0000
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29Be "followed" back by someone you followed (not on your team)0000
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30send an encouragement tweet to someone (not on your team)0000
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Individual Tally:0000
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Team Tally:0
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