Welcome to the #michED chat
About the #michED Chat
Born on a sunny November afternoon during an EdCamp Grand Rapids session at the Kent ISD in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the #michED chat is a regular Twitter chat and hashtag that hopes to connect educator, student, and parent voices across Michigan. Together, our voices can amplify solutions for problems facing education across Michigan.
Participate in the #michED Chat
The #michED chat is hosted each Wednesday evening at 8 pm EST on Twitter by a Michigan educator, parent, or student. Just head over to the Twitter search page for the #michED hashtag and you can read through the tweets and updates whenever you’d like, although if you want to participate, share, and connect, you do need a Twitter account.
Read through the #michED chat archives…
A chat about competency-based education and how it could shift classrooms and teaching.read more
Moderated by Brenda Tenniswood Based on Eric Jansen’s book Teaching with Poverty in Mindread more
A chat in coordination with the Michigan Association for Secondary School Principals about honest feedback on the teacher evaluation process, and what matters most to helping teachers grow.read more
A chat about summer plans for growth, rejuvenation, and learning.read more
A chat about failure in the classroom, overcoming it, and getting better at facing it in the future.read more