Edutweetoz is an Australian social media movement.

Our mission:

  • to celebrate and share the real work of educators from all sectors and provide an alternative to the negative perceptions of teachers popularised in mainstream media.
  • to build a community of educators from all sectors and states of Australia. We want to bring together teachers from pre-schools to universities, from private and public sectors, as well as those who support us in fields such as educational research.
  • to facilitate dialogue and share our journeys and promote excellence.

How it works:

  • Each week a different educator will take responsiblity for tweeting. We hope that people will use the space to share their experiences, pose questions, engage in dialogue about current educational issues and help each other out.
  • Guest tweeters and other educators will be showcased on this blog to share their passion for education with the wider community.

Curators: @JenEng and @glenn_langford

Get in touch if you’d like to be a guest tweeter. We want to hear from all educators – from early years, school based educators in different settings, pre-service teachers, university educators, educators working in non-traditional settings, consultants, trainers… the list goes on. If you’re involved in education we want to hear from you!

You can fill out the form here to let us know when you’d like to tweet.

Back to our home page

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Corrine and Poppy,

    Love your blog and the idea of new tweet hosts, just shows how many different opinions and insights there are about education.

    I saw that Ben Duggan included you in a tweet about the newly launched TES Australia but not sure if you had time to look at the website (www.tesaustralia.com). All of the resources on TES Australia (now over 500,000 of them) are created by teachers, academies, or professionals, with the development of students in mind. They are all provided for free and can be accessed by anyone. TES Australia also acts as the place for teachers to share, create and work together to build a thriving teaching community.

    I can help you set up a profile on TES Australia and you can participate with the community and share your opinions like you do with your twitter and blog.

    Let me know if that suits you.

    1. HI Alina, Thank you so much for commenting. I’m glad you like the blog and what we’re trying to achieve here.

      I’d love to know more about how we can set up a profile on TES Australia. I love TES UK and it’s exciting to see an Australian presence.

      1. Hi Corinne,

        Thank you for your reply! I’m glad you are interested in TES Australia, do you think you can give me your email address or just send me a quick email, so I can give you more information about our website and how I can assist you in a profile set up?

        This will be great!

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