Welcome to #Hashtag180 Central!
Find more #Hashtag180 resources here! Check back often–We’re always learning, growing, and updating.
History: In August, 2013, I joined twitter just to have a digital space to store hashtagged resources to make my teaching better. Today, this hashtag system is a growing movement in education curation.
Mission: Make teaching and learning better by capturing, sharing, and connecting our learning journey thru standards-based hashtags.
Mission Objectives Defined:
- Capture: To capture and store resources, classified, sorted, and searchable by curriculum standards hashtags.
- Share: Exchanging resources, strategies, and ideas with fellow educators via standards-based hashtags to make teaching and learning better.
- Connect: Connecting the school to the community, connect with fellow educators, and grow your professional learning network and by celebrating your specific journey of learning.
How #Hashtag180 Works: Whenever you create, capture, or discover a resource that can help learners or supplement learning, hashtag it with the specific standards-based hashtag, and post it on social media. Do this at least once a day (on a 180-day school calendar, for example).
Disclaimers: #Hashtag180 is completely FREE! Let’s make learning visible, together.
- The #Hashtag180 App: The official #Hashtag180 app is launched at #ncties2020 on March 5, 2020!
- Hashtag A Community Around Your Curriculum: #Hashtag180 is born! Birthed in pedagogy. Analog tweets WAY before digital twitter.
- Join the #Hashtag180 Challenge!: #Hashtag180 officially launches on April 15, 2017.
- Look Out for Learning!: Learning opportunities are all around us every day. Capture, archive, and share!
- Hashtagging ISTE Student Standards: What do the ISTE Student Standards look like? What if we shared thru hashtags?
- How to Hashtag NC Science Essential Standards: Walk thru hashtagged examples of NC K-8 science learning experiences.
- 3 Takeaways from My District Presentation: The best part about this was not only the hands-on learning, but intentionally Tweeting it with the standards-based hashtags.
- Field Trips: Fun, Learning, or Both?: What if your field trips were standards-based AND fun? Is it possible? This was quite the experience.
- Standards-Based Grading Changes Feedback: Knowing your standards helps you articulate meaningful, specific, relevant feedback.
- #WhyIBlog: Beyond My Standards: Knowing the standards I’m required to teach and learn helps. Knowing the standards of my administrators, specialists, and fellow colleagues better connects us all.
- Tranforming Teacher Evaluation: How can your standards-hashtagged posts be your best artifacts in your professional portfolio?
- Meaningful Artifacts for Meaningful Reflection: Part I: Are we leveraging our social media accounts to create artifacts for meaningful growth?
- Meaningful Artifacts for Meaningful Reflection: Part II: Are you a teacher building a professional portfolio? Are you an administrator wanting to capture the moment? Look at the power of just one Tweet!
- Specialist Goes Back to the Classroom: Part III: Integrating with Specialists: What if classroom teachers and specialists knew each other’s standards really well? How might that enhance learning?
- MakerSpace: Standards AND Fun: Is it possible to faciliate standards-based learning AND fun in all the maker spaces?
- STEM: Standards AND Fluff: Can standards-based learning be fun? Even in STEM? Why or why not?
- How Do You Evaluate Resources?: Are you allowed to use school or district money to purchase that resource? Justify your invested with the standards-based context.
- Are We Sharing Resources Efficiently?: How #hashtag180 and #GridSciNC can increase sharing of standard-specific resources.
- 4 Ways to Personalize Twitter: Creating your own #Hashtag180 system is personalizing Twitter.
- Twitter’s Best-Kept Secret?: How to navigate your meaningful, hashtagged, catalogued, timeless archive.
- The Archive: Did you know that Twitter is a huge, searchable archive? How do you search? What if you personalized your own archive?
- What Twitter Says About You: Transform your Twitter account into a personalized, searchable archive.
- Bill Ferriter: 1 Tweet, 10 Likes: Bill Ferriter creates meaningful #Hashtag180 Videos
- Bill Ferriter: Turning #hashtag180 Posts into a Digital Portfolio: Explains the technical steps that Bill has taken to automatically add each Hashtag 180 post to a growing digital portfolio.
- Bill Ferriter: Three Reasons You Should be Hashtagging Your Currciulum: Bill’s attempt to articulate three simple reasons that teachers should embrace #hashtag180 work.
- Bill Ferriter: More on My Hashtag 180 Work: Share’s Bill’s reflection about the value of Hashtag 180 work after spending a few weeks hashtagging his curriculum.
- Bill Ferriter’s Standards-Based Portfolio: Bill’s tweeted videos populate Blogger in one location
- Kyle Hamstra’s Standards-Based Portfolio: Copying Bill Ferriter‘s Blogger site, Kyle builds his portfolio
- Doing Professional Learning: Part 3: #Hashtag180 Presentation at the #ISTE18 Conference
- Here’s Why You Should Hashtag Your Curriculum: Google Slides Presentation from DOING Professional Learning
- From Dewey Decimals to Hamstra Hashtags: #Hashtag180’s Early Efforts: 4 Steps to Sharing Learning Resources Efficiently
- 10 Reasons Why You Should Hashtag Your Curriculum: Start with WHY: Reasons why curriculum hashtags make educators better.
- What’s the Biggest Challenge in Education Today?: Can you effectively serve the whole child and whole community while also learning standards?
- Perceiving Public Ed: How educators can change the way public ed is perceived