PCIS is All A Twitter

Plymouth teachers and administrators are jumping on Twitter.

PCIS Principal Brian Palladino is on Twitter. Throughout the year Palladino will be tweeting information regarding the building, including updates, pictures, and informational articles for families and teachers. Follow him at @BrianPalladino1 or search keyword #pcis.

Here are some of Palladino's most recent tweets:


The falcon showed up to tonight's Back to School Night. #pcis pic.twitter.com/eMKx8Eqb

Gemini 7th grade teacher Mr. Wolf's interactive lesson incorporating movement to teach coordinates. Nice job! #pcispic.twitter.com/QdsA9ik3

Thanks to Horace Mann for donating 2 bikes for deserving students term 2. pic.twitter.com/mN3xvPCs

Planning a teacher self care program. Will be an exciting adventure. #pcis

malcolm nichols October 01, 2012 at 01:25 PM
So, is this a good thing? or bad? Certainly a poor way to distribute information.
Casey Meserve October 01, 2012 at 04:21 PM
I disagree Malcolm. I think Twitter can be an excellent way to share information. My twitter feed is @PlymouthMAPatch.
malcolm nichols October 01, 2012 at 05:17 PM
I think that Twittering by definition is arrogant. If there is something important to be distributed it needs to be done properly and specificly. Certainly not via Twitter. I agree that Twittering may be a good mechanism to share non important information.
Casey Meserve October 01, 2012 at 06:36 PM
I don't think the intention of Twitter is to convey very important information, no more than Facebook is a good medium for important information; however, both are good platforms for conveying information that may not be vital, but adds something to the discussion. Mr. Palladino's Twitter feed is mainly comprised of photos and quick tweets about teachers and students and activities he'd like to share with other teachers as well as students and parents. It's also a good way to get emergency information out quickly, of course not the only way, but not everyone gets the reverse 911 calls, emails or notices sent home with their kids.


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