Twitter is definitely one of the most popular tool for teachers professional development. Education communities are filling the tweeting space #edchat, #edtech are but some examples. It might be because of its simplicity and ease of use that teachers flock to it , others attribute it to the the brevity of its messages but no matter what the reasons are, Twitter has become not only an effective communicational platform for teachers and educators from all around the globe but also an affinity space where these people get to meet each other, talk and discuss current issues in education and most important of all share and learn from each other's expertise.
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