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What is your #Eduwin? - EdReach

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"Every day teachers all across America are taking education forward. What's your #EduWin?" Share and witness the positive impact of American schools by sharing an #Eduwin, a small victory,...more
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"Every day teachers all across America are taking education forward. What's your #EduWin?" Share and witness the positive impact of American schools by sharing an #Eduwin, a small victory, accomplishment, or learning moment from your classroom, told in 140 characters or less. The #Eduwin idea stemmed from EduBloggerCon, a preconference get-together before ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia. Read more about it in this post from the TeachersFirst editor and this one from EdReach's Daniel Rezac.

It takes almost no time to share an #Eduwin. Build media and public awareness of positive teaching stories (and reflect on the good about your career after a bad day). This site provides a simple place to enter your #Eduwin without accessing your Twitter account. It will automatically take you to Twitter where you can log in and send the tweet. You can read the #eduwin messages of others on the same page. Want to know more about Twitter? See TeachersFirst's Twitter for Teachers. Note that #Eduwin can also be added as a hashtag on student projects, wikis, and anywhere search engines might find it! Of course, you can add the #Eduwin hashtag to tweets sent from any Twitter tool, not just from this page.

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Mark this one in your favorites for quick access. Make a habit of reflecting on --and sharing -- the positive steps you witness on a daily basis. Tell your teacher friends. Watch this page for positive words (and ideas) from teachers you have never met.

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