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Saturday, January 10, 2015

The Launching of #WHAPchat

Thank you for your responses to the Google survey and the support that you have given for this new #WHAPchat Twitter launch!

Results from the survey indicate that using the Slow Chat format is most attractive to APWH teachers who responded. This will allow those in different time zones to join in the discussion and for busy teachers to participate when they can.  If there is more interest in live chats in the future, we can keep that in mind.

If you are still unsure about joining #WHAPchat, please take a look at some of the resources I have listed in my previous post: Twitterverse for WHAP'pers. 
The overarching response for the request on topics of interest was teaching essay formats, so that's where we will start!

Finally, I appreciate those who have started using the #whapchat hashtag to share resources and links.   This will definitely help as we continue to grow this particular PLN.

At the end of the week, I will be collecting Tweets that utilize the #WHAPchat hashtag.  Below is an compilation of those who are starting to use the #whapchat hashtag, which collects all the resources and responses for those who cannot join or want to review what has been discussed.


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