This has led me to think about how I can use social media, and my website, to support the administrators and teachers who I will be working with this year. Since I'm still thinking as a classroom teacher, these ideas would also work with students and their families.
1. Share a photo or video to spark conversation on Twitter. Followers can share their thinking.
2. Post a problem for followers to solve or discuss.
3. Post a video to model a strategy that students have been working with.
4. Share a link to a website, blog or other post that connects to an ongoing discussion.
5. Organize your website so that resources and links to practice are all available in one location.
6. Share a powerful quote, and a link that allows followers to read more. Encourage discussion.
7. Share ideas. Retweet. Quote.
8. Pose an open problem, "Marian Small - style", and ask for possible solutions. E.g. The answer is 12...what is the question?
9.Give a daily math workout suggestion. This will keep your followers in tip top mathematician form.
10. Connect your social media, so that people can access learning in different ways.