Again, I have borrowed VERY liberally from the MTBoS for this post (and the next two that follow).
- If you haven't already, pick a handle and a profile image and start a Twitter account! (Hopefully you did this either a long time ago or before lunch -- which could also feel like a long time ago at this point.)
- Find some people to start following on Twitter.
- Write your first tweets!
- Tweet to me @0mod3. Say hi and let me know you're up and going!
- Comment on this post and include your Twitter handle and a thought about Twitter.
- Try out some of the Twitter mini-sessions at the bottom of this page.
YOU MADE IT TO MISSION 2!
Get Signed Up:
Once you get started reading your Twitter feed you’ll be able to refine by only following people who tweet things you’re interested in. Some people mix in photos of their (adorable) children, others get really excited about sportsball events. If you can build a balance of elementary, middle school, high school, and college teachers, as well as math education researchers, you will get the full benefit of the diverse perspectives of our community. A great way to build a well-rounded feed is to see who talks to each other. If you notice that you’re only getting to see part of a conversation, follow all the people mentioned in the tweet and your feed will suddenly be filled with a complete conversation.