What I Learnt From Hosting @EduTweetOz

Danielle Anne Lynch

I was very much looking forward to the opportunity to connect to more educators in the wider world through hosting @EduTweetOz given that my twitter PLN is heavily oriented towards RE (which is a good thing). So it was great to be able to get involved at such a key moment in the term, as we are drawing towards the end of the school year.

There is never a quiet week in teaching, but the week I was hosting @EduTweetOz was a big one to coordinate, with all Religion assessments due in. In some ways, though, this is the calm before the storm, since once they’re in, marking and reporting begins! I did want to discuss assessment and post some examples of great Religion assessments, but time ran short on this one. Other than forgetting to do a couple of polls, I think this was the only big issue I…

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