TweetMeets are monthly conversations on Twitter about education-related topics. At event times, anyone can join and respond to five discussion questions. The events are organized by Team@TweetMeet in partnership with Microsoft. For example, an April 2022 TweetMeet addressed the topic of Well-Being in Teaching and Learning. A recorded webinar on the topic is available on YouTube. Educators can follow TweetMeet on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
How often does math get a holiday? Pi may be a famous irrational number, but there is nothing irrational about celebrating it with students. Every year mathematics teachers around the country celebrate Pi Day on March 14, since the date 3/14 resembles the first few digits of the number: 3.14.
We Need Diverse Books (WNDB), a nonprofit advocacy group seeking to diversify the publishing industry, has rolled out an initiative to fight book bans with a grant program targeting schools and libraries in underserved communities.
A recent study from NewsGuard found that roughly one in five TikTok videos contain misinformation, whether the topic is COVID-19 vaccines or the Russia–Ukraine war. The News Literacy Project helps educators and students learn to judge the reliability of online information.