We looked inside some of the tweets by @michelledennis and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
To my US friends, I share your grief at the loss of #RuthBaderGinsberg. An extraordinary woman of intellect, principles and strength, who has inspired so many others. Her many years of service to justice will be long remembered by the world.
Such a great little segment. All that you see is not always what it seems. A great resource for looking at #fakenews and #mediamanipulation. Once the horse had bolted, it is hard to turn the news story around. #informationliteracy https://t.co/0o6NAw8cao
This coincides with what I'm noticing. Despite the headlines and the twitter comments, most people I talk to are feeling drained at this stage of lockdown, but still support the moves as they see them as necessary to avoid a lockdown 3.0. https://t.co/I06SB1gvHM
So I ran my first online final exam as open-web, open-chat. Engineering is collaborative, so I told students to share anything. 770 chats in 2hr exam. Histogram of grades were same as exam halls. I built it using @MicrosoftForms webparts in @SharePoint as a @MicrosoftTeams tab. https://t.co/6sjgENrED2
THIS. Women were actually well-represented in early computing courses, it wasn't until later that numbers started to drop - just as technology grew in its role in popular culture and everyday accessibility. Why was that? #aussieED https://t.co/lP0jTjMN6r
Female students need accurate & contemporary advice on jobs of the future & the importance of digital skills for work. How might we encourage passionate, successful ICT female role models to be ambassadors for our profession to inspire our next gen of #womenintech ❓#aussieED https://t.co/BNowjUAvBU
If women aren't equally represented in the tech industry, our voice might not be heard in the solutions created - which help shape our future. Encouraging girls to engage in tech is important. Join this chat to explore how we can do this. #aussieEd https://t.co/WaAh8008kD
Not explicitly teaching subject-specific vocab can reinforce disadvantage. Making sure we all have the same language can help make concepts both accessible and more inviting. However, this needs to be in a more engaging way than just a vocab list. #whatisschool