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Joe Dillon
Learning about literacies, old and new. Believes in safe-fail experiments in ed. Wants to talk .
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theScore 3h
Joel Embiid looking for those Russell Westbrook numbers. 😂
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Chuck D 12h
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Jon Henshaw Dec 13
Here's what removed from their Net Neutrality page. They no longer promise to: -Not throttle back the speed at which content comes to you -Not prioritize Internet traffic or create paid fast lanes -Make internet accessible to low income families
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Bethany Nowviskie Dec 14
This is 🔥🔥🔥. Thank you, Commissioner Clyburn, for fighting so hard for all of us.
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Joe Dillon Dec 14
This tweet is a great critical question from a journalist about the practices of a competing media channel. It is interesting in that it helps viewers identify tribal propaganda.
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Steve Berkowitz Dec 12
Alabama coach Nick Saban’s contract does NOT give him a bonus based on the number of write-in votes he gets in a U.S. Senate election.
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Chuck D Dec 13
Less than 24 hrs away from the vote to kill   Text "hi" to (424) 363-4877 to contact Congress & stop the FCC!
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Jose Vilson Dec 13
means I’m usually going way past the bell. The students stay after school…
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Joe Dillon Dec 13
Replying to @drjaxon @pkittle
happy birthday, Peter!
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Remi Kalir Dec 13
Hey colleagues, here's a great opportunity to use web annotation for scholarly communication. Plus, read my blog post about learning practices afforded by open annotation:
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KevinHodgson Dec 13
Post-Election Reaction: Phew (and how the election of Doug Jones connects to the teaching of Watsons Go to Birmingham 1963)
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Joe Dillon Dec 13
Replying to @dogtrax
Important post, Kevin. I'm intrigued by the ways teachers can reject neutrality and still give students the space to choose their stance. This post strikes me as a graceful example of just that.
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Al Giordano Dec 12
1.Just spoke with a source in the Mobile (AL) County NAACP. Here are some things that are happening today on the ground in Alabama that did not happen in the 2016 election. Thread:
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Parker Molloy Dec 12
Happy Hanukkah to one of Roy Moore's lawyers
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Rachel Nichols Dec 12
Charles Barkley on CNN: "This is a great night for Alabama. We've been stuck in a time warp a long time...Yeah, we got a bunch of rednecks & ignorant people, but we got some amazing people, and they rose up today."
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Steve Kerr Dec 12
Roll Tide!
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Joe Dillon Dec 11
Right after I read and tweeted about the short fiction story, Cat Person, I walked the dog around the neighborhood and who did I see? Yep, the strange guy who lives around here and tries to walk his cat on a leash, usually with really poor results. HE's a cat person.
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Joe Dillon Dec 11
I just read Cat Person because of the Twitter buzz about it. It was definitely an absorbing story... I'm less concerned about red vines than other readers and maybe more concerned than most about the absence of cats.
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Educator Innovator Dec 11
“Teachers, get yourselves in on some excellent online conversations about students’ civic education and participation.” An invitation to collaboratively explore critical literacy from :
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ℳąhą Bąℓi مها بالي Dec 8
Yes. Before phones, ppl stuck heads in newspapers. Source unknown
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