Join the next Twitter #STAOchat on March 11th between 7 and 8 pm.

twitterThe topic is about “being a connected science educator” (or should it be about “being a science educator that connects”?). Join the STAO Social Media team as we discuss the implications of building and investing in a Personal and/or Professional Learning Network (PLN). This may just be the start of an ongoing source of inspiration and support for your classroom teaching.

Questions for discussion are:

What does being a Connected Science Educator mean to you?

What tools have you used to keep yourself connected and how has it evolved?

What are the benefits of being a connected science educator?

How can we leverage these tools to improve student learning and engagement?

What suggestions do you have for other science educators to get connected?

The STAO Social Media Team consists of:

Albert Fong

Brandon Zoras

Brennan Caverhill

Clayton Ellis

Dimitrios Melegos

Heather Theijsmeijer

Mahfuza Rahman

Meg O’Mahony

Racquel Carlow