AASA Tweet Chats

Tweetchats

Upcoming

Questions
Date & Time Title/Topic Hashtag Additional information
Nov. 19, 2020, 7pm EST Stories of Caring School Leadership: What Principal Supervisors Are Learning from Principals #AASAPrincipalSupervisor Questions
Nov. 30, 2020, 8pm EST Innovation for Personalization #LearnPLinAction Questions
Dec. 2, 2020, 8pm EST Advocacy and Elections #suptchat Hosted by @mikelubelfeld and @npolyak
Dec. 23, 2020, 1pm EST TBD #AASAEarlyEd  

Archived

See what we've been up to in our archived Tweet chats here.


Participating in an @AASAHQ Tweet chat?

Tweetchatbestpractices

  • Make sure your Twitter account is not private.
  • Retweet questions that you are responding to so your followers can follow the conversation even if they’re not following the chat, and/or reply to others' tweets; be sure to include the hashtag in any replies and/or retweets, along with A1, A2, A3, etc. to indicate which question you are answering.
  • Try to stay with the flow of the chat. It’s OK to catch your breath by simply reading, liking and retweeting.
  • After the chat, take the time to follow the other participants to keep the conversation going!

Want to schedule a Tweet chat with @AASAHQ?

Tweetchatprocedures

  1. Allow 5-6 weeks for appropriate preparation and promotion.
  2. Choose a relevant hashtag.
  3. Unless you plan to host the chat, reach out to an active Twitter user that would be a good host to add to the conversation and check their availability.
  4. Schedule the chat, keeping time zones and audience in mind.
  5. Write 5-8 questions and plug them into a schedule (5-7 minutes is a good time to allow for answers). Make sure to include the hashtag in each question and number them Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.
  6. Provide any graphics that might help illustrate the questions.
  7. Engage and encourage your participants before and throughout the chat!

 

Questions?

Contact Juli Valentine, digital content editor, with questions and requests to schedule Tweet chats.