1. Connected with an educational source on Twitter:
Using the hashtag #3rdchat I was able to locate all of the tweets that included this hashtag. I then began looking at the various different topics that were being discussed by different Twitter users and looked for one that stood out to me. Donna Boucher is a K-5 math interventionist whose content really caught my attention. By following her I hope to gain some innovative ways to incorporate math into my classroom. She also shares many links to different resources and activities that I have retweeted and favorited so that I can hopefully include into my lessons down the road.
2. Created a "Teaching" board on Pinterest:
After creating a board on my Pinterest dedicated to teaching, I began searching a few topics in education that interested me. Some of those searches were ‘third grade classrooms’ and ‘technology in the classroom.’ I also utilized the education tab that is provided by Pinterest. Through these searches I found various fun activities and ideas that I am hoping to refer to in my future classroom. In the future as well, I would consider possibly specifying this board even more, into categories by subject, just so that it is easier to find pins. I am an avid Pinterest user, so this interaction surely furthered my network of use on this site.
3. Interacted through Symbaloo:
4. Participated on #IAedchat: