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Check & Connect Twitter Chats

We are now hosting Twitter chats to help answer questions from seasoned or new Check & Connect implementers from around the world. Each 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.
Follow #cncchat to participate.

Next C&C Twitter Chat

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 • 2-3pm CST (3-4pm EST)
Supporting Mentors with High Quality Professional Development

Supporting Mentoers with High Quality Professional Development, Jan 11, 2018 at 2pm Central.

As a coordinator or mentor with Check & Connect, have you ever asked yourself—

Please join us for the next C&C Twitter Chat on the topic of supporting mentors with high quality professional development. To participate, login to your Twitter account, type the hashtag #cncchat into the search bar, and then be sure to include #cncchat in your questions and responses to questions.

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Mark your calendar for Wednesday, January 10, 2018 from 2-3pm Central time to join this Twitter Chat. And read more by the chat host, Joseph Angaran, on Supporting High Quality Professional Development for Mentors on our blog!


Follow Us on Twitter

Not yet following Check & Connect? Find and follow us at https://twitter.com/CheckandConnect/.

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.

Questions?

If you have questions about Check & Connect Twitter Chats, please contact your host, Joseph Angaran, at jangaran@umn.edu.

 

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