Have you ever wanted to recall what you Tweeted with someone else or have an easy way to know what two tweeps have been tweeting about to each other? Some of you may have used Bettween for this, but unfortunately, they have ceased operations. Fortunately, Conweets has jumped in to do just that! Simply sign in via Twitter, enter the handles of two users and Conweets will display conversations.
Here's what that looks like.
First you enter two Twitter handles.
Next you can see the conversation between the Tweeps.
You can also just put in one Twitter handle and discover who that person has been having conversations with.
You can also see who is having conversations about a topic of interest.
You can then click on any of the pairings you find to learn what they are saying.
If you are interested in what they are saying, you can even join the conversation, by selecting "reply" right from Conweets.
Conweets is a terrific tool to use in the development of your personal learning network as well as in school when studying areas such as current events. For example, Twitter can allow your students to hear what people are saying but looking at conversations being had in the Twittersphere between interesting Tweeps.
Lisa Nielsen writes for and speaks to audiences across the globe about learning innovatively and is frequently covered by local and national media for her views on “Passion (not data) Driven Learning,” "Thinking Outside the Ban" to harness the power of technology for learning, and using the power of social media to provide a voice to educators and students. Ms. Nielsen has worked for more than a decade in various capacities to support learning in real and innovative ways that will prepare students for success. In addition to her award-winning blog, The Innovative Educator, Ms. Nielsen’s writing is featured in places such as Huffington Post, Tech & Learning, ISTE Connects, ASCD Wholechild, MindShift, Leading & Learning, The Unplugged Mom, and is the author the book Teaching Generation Text.
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