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If you aren't familiar with Twitter it might seem like a bit of a minefield but it can be a really great tool for teachers and headteachers alike. Our marketing and social media executive, Kelly, shares her top Twitter tips.
Twitter tips for teachers:
Twitter can be a great place to build relationships with other teaching professionals and to find helpful resources.
Don't be afraid to get involved in conversations and share your ideas. Twitter is a networking platform by design so get to it!
Hashtags are your friends - use them! They help your content to be found. We've given you some examples of hashtags that you can use below.
Consider using a scheduling tool
It can be tough to get into the habit of tweeting so you may want to use a tool like Buffer or Hootsuite to schedule posts.
Who to follow
@smile_education - of course!
Hashtags to use
#SpEdChat - SEN
We hope that this has been helpful and given you the confidence to start Tweeting! We’re sure you’ll be flying in no time