Twitter – back in time and forward in space!

Having holidays at the moment, allows me to spend some precious time online. So, I have been able to watch the updates on twitter. How cool are these for teachers? Following them must  bring some great teachable moments.

I like the idea of museums and others being on twitter. The migration history centre is on twitter and below is their latest tweet.

MigrantHistoryObjects Through Time showcases significant objects, collections & places that tell the story of NSW migration history.

The next is a really fascinating one – follow the tweets of an astronaut whilst  in space. He is @Astro_Mike who will be one of the space astronauts up in space. See article

Follow MarsPhoenix for the first updates from another planet. I enjoyed reading this post on 10 extroadinary twitter updates.


2 responses to “Twitter – back in time and forward in space!

  1. brette lockyer

    Thanks for the Migrant History link. This will be so useful when my Grade Four class investigates what experiences people go through coming to Australia. Great words and pictures on this site. Your holiday web explorations remind me of how good Twitter is, and how much I have benefited from colleagues’ generosity.

  2. Hi
    I’m a newbie in the Twitter thingi, but I have find that its really cool tool
    if you want to promote yourself (or any other service you may like).

    Thank you for the post
    Definitely learned something new today 😉


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