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Are you a K-12 educator looking for a new job?

Join #edhire chat on Twitter Wednesdays at 6:00 PM PST / 7:00 MST / 8:00 PM CST / 9:00 PM EST


Our next chat will be Wed. 9/19. Join us on Twitter. Our topic will be "WHY TEACH?" will spotlight key relationships that have shaped us & motivated us to teach."













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How do I participate in #edhire chat?

  1. You need to create a Twitter account and begin to practice and participate on Twitter.
  2. Use TweetGrid (online), Tweetdeck (download & install), or Tweetie for Mac (download & install) to set up 2 or 3 columns" a search for #edhiret, a search for @yourname (for direct mentions to you) and a third to keep following your friends.
  3. Join us on Twitter at the specific time, and be sure to keep an eye on the #edhire search column.
  4. Interact by including the hashtag #edhire in your tweets. (Very important!)



Click here to get started! It will automatically add the #edhire hashtag into your tweet.



The #edhire hashtag and Twitter chat was founded and created by Cristin M. Dillard @Mrs_Dilly. It was co-founded by Kate Kleespies @KKleespies and Darin Jolly @drjolly.


This chat was created to help pre-service, in-service, and out-of-service educators get effective and professional advice on landing a job in the K-12 world of education..
#edhire chat is professional, positive, and great for networking. It will help to build your Professional Learning Network (PLN) It occurs on Twitter right after #ntchat (New Teacher Chat) from 8pm - 8:30pm CST. Find your time zone using Online Conversion - Time Zone Conversion
Use the #edhire hashtag to join the conversation and post your thoughts throughout the week on Twitter.

Edhire Chat (#edhire) was inspired by #ntchat which was founded by Lisa Dabbs @teachingwthsoul - a chat that provides support and mentoring from veteran teachers for pre-service and new teachers.

We hope many administrators, personnel administrators, and teachers will collaborate during this chat by sharing tips, tricks, and advice when looking for a job in K-12 education profession.

Everyone interested in K-12 Education jobs are invited to participate -- or just lurk.




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