Monday, April 15, 2013

#StuVoice Summit Recap via Twitter

The Student Voice movement was born and grown from using social media as a tool to connect like-minded individuals via weekly #StuVoice Twitter chats (8:30 p.m. EST), a Facebook Book Page to share and celebrate success, a Facebook Group to interact, and a website to get information.  The weekend, was the first ever Student Voice Summit. It provided an opportunity for individuals to see the faces of so many of the minds they had already gotten to know through their passion to give students a voice in the educational policies that affect them. The Student Voice, soon to become a non-profit, strives to create an international network of empowered students by providing them with the tools they need to use their voice in policy discussions.

Twitter provided a great way for attendees to interact, connect, make meaning of big ideas, and share them with the world.  Here is a recap.

Who are the Tweeps talking about Student Voice? Follow them!

How many Tweets?

What were the big words used at Student Voice Summit? 

Student Voice Images.

What were folks at the Student Voice Summit?  
Check out the hashtag #StuVoice and join the chat tonight at 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

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