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Check & Connect Twitter Chats

Beginning September 2017, we will be hosting monthly Twitter chats to help answer questions from seasoned or new Check & Connect implementers from around the world. Each month's chat will have a specific focus and will be facilitated by a Check & Connect trainer. Participants are invited to ask and answer questions, and share ideas. All Twitter chats will be from 7-8pm Central time.
Follow #cncchat to participate.

Schedule of C&C Twitter Chats

Sunday, September 17, 7:00-8:00pm CDT
Kicking Off the School Year with C&C

First time implementing Check & Connect and looking for ways to introduce the program to students, parents, and staff?  Already implementing C&C but looking for some new ideas to kick off the school year? Or maybe your program is up and running, and you have some great ideas to share! Then join us for the first ever C&C Twitter Chat, Kicking Off the School Year with Check & Connect, on Sunday, September 17 at 7pm CDT using the hashtag #cncchat

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New to Twitter?

If you're new to Twitter and have wanted to get started, maybe this is the time! Learn about how to use Twitter to build your personal learning network on the Teacher Challenges page.

About Twitter Chats

A Twitter chat is a live chat that happens on Twitter whereby the host poses a series of questions to trigger conversation between the participants. Participants must have a Twitter account and become familiar with the 144 character limit (multiple Tweets can help extend your message). See more about how to participate in Twitter chats on the Teacher Challenges page.


If you have questions about Check & Connect Twitter Chats, please contact your host, Joseph Angaran, at


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