Why won’t you tweet?

I can’t make you tweet, nor should I. I can’t make you share your thoughts, nor should I. I can’t make you share resources, nor should I. I can, however, share with you. I can show you how I learn from my amazing PLN that is Twitter. That’s all I can do. It’s your move now. What will you do? What are you waiting for?

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Posted on March 22, 2011, in Change, Twitter. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I am amazed at how your posts are fluent, simple yet profound. Thanks for continuing to share.

    I will be sharing this tomorrow with others at WEMTA.

    Cheers to you as well!

  2. Thank you so much for the kind comment. I am humbled.

  3. A strong message in just a few well chosen words. Well done.

  4. A great post! I know I was afraid to tweet in the beginning. I didn't get how I could use it or how I would connect with people. Right now I have been using it actively for about 2 months and I already have around 50 followers, it's fun. And I get so many nice ideas – as going here and checking out your post!

  5. @Chris- Thank you.

    @Anna- Thank you.

  6. Yay you!@Aliwakeling

  7. I was afraid to Tweet too….I just love it for the resources, the sharing and the idea that educators are coming together to help one another.

    Thanks for your post!

  8. Oh how I wish I had seen this three hours ago! It would have been a great addition to the presentation I gave to teachers about Twitter. I will definately share later. Very well stated.

  9. Teacher Science, thanks for your comment and I am happy that you will share it.

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