Family, virtual, community: Ideas for finding an audience for your students

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#DitchBook Twitter chat | Friday, March 2, 2018

Family, virtual, community: Ideas for finding an audience for your students

When students create for an audience, there’s an extra level of motivation. Who can we display great student work to, and how? Here are lots of ideas!

They’re out there, waiting for what your students have to offer.

An audience.

It could be parents, grandparents and other family.

It could be members of your local community who want to cheer them on.

It could be people all over the world that want to see student succeed.

We all know that students have extra motivation when they’re doing work for more than just the teacher.

If that motivation is just waiting to be activated, why don’t we act on it?

Ideas. Sometimes, we just need ideas.

In a recent #DitchBook Twitter chat moderated by Tisha Richmond, we talked all about getting an audience for your students.

We discussed:

  • school community
  • local community
  • parents
  • global community
  • … and more!

Want to get in on the next #DitchBook Twitter chat?

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