Twitter in the Classroom: Part 2

We all know teenagers love social media. So how about incorporating something they love into the learning process? Twitter is a great tool to increase classroom participation and build students' skills in summarizing and sharing complex information succinctly. Check it out!


  1. History teacher Charles Willis teaches a class entitled, "The History of Revere" at Revere High School in Massachusetts. As a part of their class discussion , he asked his students to share what characteristics they think make a strong community. Throughout the course, students examine this question in depth through reading and analyzing Revere's history.
  2. Mr. Willis asked a series of questions to his students for further in-person, classroom discussion.