As the base of educators on Twitter continues to rapidly increase, so too will the amount of resources, assessment tools, technology tips, class management ideas, teaching strategies etc. It is a difficult process to sift through all of the valuable information being shared in an effort to narrow down what best applies specifically to your own professional growth needs.
It is imperative to remember that nobody knows you better than you yourself! You are the one that best knows:
As Seth Godin says in his super short (great!) read “The Dip”.
“What’s best is subjective. I get to decide, not you. It’s my definition, not yours. It’s the world I define, based upon my convenience or my preferences....”
I use this quote above because it best conveys the point I'm making that you ultimately define what is important to you as a person and an educator. You are the master of your own teaching and learning. And as I said, nobody knows you better than you yourself. Time is a valuable commodity to all of us, so define what your most pressing professional growth needs are and move outward from there, connecting with those educators who inspire you and help you to truly deepen your practice based upon the unique growth needs that you have. And, don't forget about sharing all the amazing things that you are doing. There are educators out there who will find your work valuable. The very best of luck to you on this rewarding journey!!