The chat will use the Q1/A1 format. Questions posted will begin with Q_, answers to questions should begin with A_ and include the chat hashtag #tlap.
INTRO: Introduce yourself! Who you are, where you're from,, and what you teach. If this is your first #tlap, @mention who invited you.
Q1: PLANNING COMMITTEE: What Twitter chat advice do you have for those new to #tlap tonight? OR If you're new here, what is a question you have about Twitter or Twitter chats?
Q2: THE PROMPOSAL: What is your "Promposal" story? How did you first get involved on Twitter?
Q3: THE VENUE: Some Schools elect to host prom in-house, while others seek out different locales. Where do you go to expand your learning and PLN (professional learning network)?
Q4: SLOW DANCE: What are you head-over-heels about with education right now (lesson/topic)?
Q5: WALLFLOWERS: Some of us began on Twitter and #tlap as "lurkers" on the side. What is a risk you took this year? OR How can we help others find comfort outside their comfort zones?
Q6: KING & QUEEN: Who are the people who have had the most impact on you as an educator this year? Why? (Don't forget to @mention)
Q7: Find someone without a reply to one of their answer tweets tonight and leave a comment adding to the discussion and/or to further the discussion. (I encourage you to try to do this throughout the chat, but we will focus on it for the last portion)
Some tips for a great chat experience:
- Use TweetDeck or similar service to search for #tlap during the chat.
- Use 1 column for #tlap and another for the chat host (@i3lagebra this week)
- If using TweetDeck, delete the "Home" column if the website starts freezing up.
- Read and respond to what others have to say, further the conversation
- It's ok to lurk...but try to jump in when you can
- Don't forget to include the #tlap hashtag in your tweets!