We looked inside some of the tweets by @karenswoboda and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Last Seen Profiles@suhang22 @gyudonnoyousei @22Grampus @dr_ali_1 @sheimmorales @Victoria1935 @ashjan_hj @AmentiNicole @noriko29425075 @_31Oss__ @segundo_delia @NAGAOKA_coltd @s_gnver @54321_luv @sarxaxh_ @StudiosMetropol
Spending the evening learning at #TEACHERDIVERSITYRI forum.
We are playing again... tour ladama 2019! – at J. Paul Getty Museum
H is clearly psyched! https://twitter.com/tdipaola1/status/1043603484417949698
Very proud of you, DT! https://twitter.com/jwupvdschooledu/status/1019576398548267009
This morning we recognized 17 graduates who have attained the highest educational degree possible - a doctor of education in educational leadership. They join 329 JWU doctoral graduates who have achieved this level of excellence over the past 20 years.
Yesterday was M.A.T. Mock Interview time for graduating student, Krystiana Medeiros. Panel members include: Jim Erinakes, Vicki Norris-Karten, and Chris Sweet. Thanks to all for a great experience for Krystiana and her fellow classmates!
We are so proud of JWU School of Ed alum Tracey Belliveau for being recognized as an outstanding teacher at Woonsocket High School. Tracey received the Golden Apple Award on 3/29/18! Congratulations!!
Golden Apple: Tracey Belliveau http://turnto10.com/station/golden-apple/golden-apple-tracey-belliveau
Proud of the student organizers of Providence’s March for our Lives!
Today is the day. I march in honor of every student I ever taught in my 35+ years in education. I march for my one-year-old grandson, Wes, who is marching in Chicago today. I march for Columbine, Newtown, Parkland and the countless others. #WhyIMarch #Enough
School of Education's Teacher Education Program is proud to share its Performance Review of Educator Preparation in Rhode Island Performance Report from the Rhode Island Department of Education :
Congratulations to Jason DeFalco '16 Ed.D., for being named Superintendent for Blackstone-Millville Regional School District in Blackstone, MA!
The composure, intelligence and common sense of the students at Parkland make me wonder if the students know more than the legislators. Maybe the legislators should be taking the state tests and publish their scores. If they fail, out they go.
And here is Sam Zeif, whose texts with his brother during the shooting went viral, pleading for a change in gun laws: http://snpy.tv/2EK7TH9
We noticed @ladamaproject on the bill for this summer's @RedWingRoots. Look out people, you're in for a treat: