This post was created in partnership with Bing.
Bing in the Classroom is something that I truly think every parent and teacher should know about.
It’s one of those situations where I think that if parents knew better, they’d do better. If schools knew better, they’d do better.
- Bing in the Classroom operates through three main principles
- Bing in the Classroom provides ad-free, safe search for schools.
- When you join Bing Rewards, you can donate earned points to donate Surface tablets to schools.
- Bing in the Classroom provides digital literacy lesson plans for teachers.
Here’s the skinny. . .
- Bing Classroom Twitter event, 5.28.14:
Who: Parents, teachers, caregivers, expert panelists, and YOU!
What: We will be chatting about why Bing in the Classroom rocks and why you should use it
Why: Because we all want great resources for our kids this summer and for them to have ad-free search in school! (And we’re giving away some great prizes–two Visa giftcards and a Surface tablet!)
Where: Twitter! (http://twitter.com) #BingClassroomChat
When: Wednesday, 5.28.14 from 7-8 pm ET
- Before the event, rsvp here: http://twtvite.com/77dtwxh7uymqtg8
- On 5.28.14, log onto twitter
- Follow the hashtag #bingclassroomchat
- Tweet, re-tweet (RT), and tweet some more!
- Optional: Share YOUR fave photos, tips, tricks, and ideas for using Bing!
- use tweetchat (http://tweetchat.com/room/bingclassroomchat) to make it easier for you
- visit the panelists’ sites and bring questions, comments or concerns to the event
- visit our we teach Twitter event how-to for answers to your Twitter event questions.
- make sure you are following the hosts (@Bing and panelists @teachmama & @TechSavvyMama & @rockinmama) so you don’t miss a beat!
We look forward to chatting with you on Wednesday, May 28th, and we are psyched to connect with you!
RSVP HERE Everyone who RSVPs will be in the running to win some great prizes!!
fyi: this post is sponsored by Bing.