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Learn from a Panel of "Classroom Social Media Rockstars"

August 30, 2019

Social media can be a daunting prospect for classroom teachers. How do you get started? How do you address privacy concerns? What are the benefits? Learn answers to these questions and more from a panel of K-12 teachers who are making social media work in their classrooms and have a combined Twitter following of nearly 3000 people.

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  • Laura Cropper is an Elementary STEM Instructional Coach at Manheim Central School District in Pennsylvania.
  • Amanda Hough is a Technology Engineering and Robotics Teacher at Mashpee Public Schools in Massachusetts.
  • Doug Scott is an Engineering and Robotics Teacher and Department Head of Business/Technology/Engineering for Grades 6-12 at Hopkinton High School in Massachusetts.
  • Julie Sicks-Panus is a K-8 Technology/Engineering (STEM) teacher at Plymouth Elementary School in New Hampshire.
  • Tracy Young is the STEAM Specialist at Benton Hall Academy in Little Falls, New York where she teaches Engineering byDesign in Grades K-5.