Favorite Tweets of the 2016-2017 School Year

One of the things on my to-do list this summer was to go through my Twitter “likes” and clean it up a bit.  As I was doing this, I was surprised to see that it’s really only been a little over a year since I started using Twitter to find math resources.  It’s now the first place I go when looking for ideas to use in my classroom, and I don’t remember teaching before I found the MTBoS (Math Twitter Blog-o-Sphere).


Here are some of my favorite “likes” from the past year or so.  They are things I liked with the intention of using, or modifying and using, in my classroom but haven’t yet.  So here’s to trying to remember to use some of this for next year.


Here are a few that just made me smile and think “Oh my gosh!  You too?!”

I try to beat the Chick-fil-a system by saving my extra packets of sauce so I can have Chick-fil-a without laving my house.

 


Seeing Dan Meyer say that it’s ok to have times like this made me smile.


Yep.

Weekends and summers.  God had to have created them with teachers in mind.

Happy summer!

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2 thoughts on “Favorite Tweets of the 2016-2017 School Year

  1. Pingback: Twitter: More than Just a Place to Steal Resources | Count It All Joy

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