My district just finished its second annual district-wide Twitter challenge. The month of the Twitter challenge has come to be one of my favorite parts of the year because I get to peak in classrooms all across the district that I'm unable to visit and I'm able to make connections with more of my 850 teachers to develop classroom partnerships and strengthen relationships. I think that every district should try a Twitter challenge. But before you get started, here are a few lessons I have learned in the past two years about facilitating a district-wide Twitter challenge.
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