I used to post weekly collections of my best tweets, and used Storify to bring them together.
Unfortunately, Storify went under.
Fortunately, however, Wakelet was a new tool that was able to import all of a person’s Storifys. So you can see all those previous Twitter “Best” lists here.
You might also be interested in MY MOST POPULAR TWEETS OF THE YEAR and RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WHO TO FOLLOW ON TWITTER IN 2021.
I don’t want to risk putting all the work into those posts again and risk losing them all.
So, instead of creating weekly “Best” lists of tweets, I’m going to use Twitter analytics to determine my most popular ones and embed them directly here in posts. That way, the only way they’d go away would be if Twitter itself went out of business.
So, here are my most popular tweets from the past thirty days or so:
Tell me you are an exhausted teacher this year working in a clueless district without telling me you are an exhausted teacher working in a clueless district…
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 20, 2021
Why so many teachers are thinking of quitting – The Washington Post https://t.co/yxflcVKmEZ
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 19, 2021
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 24, 2021
Most instructors in teaching credential programs r not active K-12 teachers & typically haven’t been for awhile. How does that compare with instructors at nursing, medical and law schools?
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 28, 2021
Another Reason Why “Good Teaching For ELLs is Good Teaching For Everybody”- One More Study Finds Value In Gestures During Lessons https://t.co/zfKRLeg9j8
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 13, 2021
Texas School Holocaust Controversy Highlights Dangers Of “Both Sides” Position https://t.co/Pkp9J7lPLW
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) October 16, 2021