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Tracie Schroeder
In 16 years of teaching I can't think of anything that has ever disrupted my classroom more than today's update.
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Frank Noschese 1 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth
This is taking off quickly here:
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Tracie Schroeder 1 May 14
Replying to @fnoschese
We have had anonymous twitter accounts going around here for quite awhile now doing the same thing. Pretty sad.
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Tracie Schroeder 1 May 14
Replying to @socarolinesays
Um...sure?
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Frank Noschese 1 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth
You mean "confessions" "compliments" and "things kids say" accounts? We've got those, too.
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Tracie Schroeder 1 May 14
Replying to @fnoschese
Yeah, they call them "secrets" here. It started out just kind of fun but didn't take long to move into mean.
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Monica Owens 1 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth @Snapchat
: In 16 years of teaching I can't think of anything that has ever disrupted my classroom more than today's update.”
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Jon DiPietro 2 May 14
Read your interview in and you're doing it right re: phones in class. Keep it up.
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Tracie Schroeder 2 May 14
Thanks! It's a delicate balance sometimes, but they aren't going away. Plus they CAN be useful
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Ellis Hamburger 2 May 14
Replying to @arainert @bravesearth
confusing UI = viral explanation :P
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Tracie Schroeder 2 May 14
Replying to @arainert @hamburger
Not confused. Just couldn't bring themselves to put it down. It's a true addiction with some
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southpaw 2 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth @Snapchat
RT : In 16 years of teaching I can't think of anything that has ever disrupted my classroom more than today's update.
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John Scammell 2 May 14
Interestingly, this very tweet also interrupted 's keynote address at
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Derek E. Baird 2 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth @Snapchat
: In 16 years of teaching I can't think of anything that has ever disrupted my classroom more than today's update.”
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Tracie Schroeder 2 May 14
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Justin Michela 2 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth @Snapchat
I bet the team is more than thrilled to hear this news.
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Kai Ming McKenzie 2 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth @Snapchat
RT : In 16 years of teaching I can't think of anything that has ever disrupted my classroom more than today's update.
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Juanjo Mata 2 May 14
Replying to @bravesearth
. Is anonymity, like sexuality, something that should be carefully explored and introduced?
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