#MSFTEduchat Sticky Notes!

It was announced recently that #MSFTEduchat Sticky Notes are available. Follow this link to create your own. I am so excited about this that I decided to create a video of me creating my first sticky note. I would like to encourage you to create one too and share it with the world. Remember to use #MSFTEduChat in all your Tweets.

#MSFTEduChat TweetMeets are monthly, global, multilingual chats by @MicrosoftEDU to connect educators. These chats are one of the highlights of my month.

Join us on 21 January for the first TweetMeet of 2019. It is your chance to connect with educators from all over the world and share ideas. The theme of this month is Devices for student success.

Still not convinced? Take a look at my journey from learning about #MSFTEduChat until I became a host for the first time in December 2018:

How to create a TweetMeet friend card.

Twitter can be a powerful tool and you can find information about almost any topic on earth by following # ‘s One of the #’s that has been the most beneficial on my journey is #MSFTEduchat It is the # of a monthly TweetMeet.

The chat is an hour long and educators from all over the world take part. I enjoy the collaboration and great spirit amongst these educators and can recommend it to everyone. No matter who you are or where you are- you are invited!

I have included a Wakelet at the bottom of this page with Tweets that share all the excitement and opportunities that the #MSFTEduchat has to offer.

If you are as inspired as I am please create your own TweetMeet friend card. You can find the instructions below.

twt.mt/tweetmeet-friend-card  

Tweet your friend card and tag @createandexpand I would love to see your creations.