I often tweet about about books, reading, writing, and other issues related to learning and teaching writing and literature. To help keep those tweets organized and to help other people find them, I use hashtags, which are like tags on blog posts. Here’s a good article explaining what hashtags are and how to use them.

You can follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/kjodle.

These are the most common hashtags I use on Twitter, with explanations in parentheses:

  • #Arizona
  • #amwriting
  • #authors
  • #books
  • #bookreview
  • #boysread
  • #edchat
  • #edtools
  • #education
  • #elearning
  • #elemchat
  • #elt (English language teaching – ESL)
  • #esl
  • #FF (FollowFriday)
  • #goodnovel
  • #highschool
  • #hispanic
  • #homeschool
  • #illustration
  • #immigration
  • #indians
  • #indiebooks
  • #indigenous
  • #kidlit
  • #kidlitchat
  • #language
  • #latinonews
  • #latinos
  • #learning
  • #libchat
  • #literacy
  • #literature
  • #litsafari
  • #love
  • #middleschool
  • #multicultural
  • #nationalpoetrymonth
  • #native
  • #parenting
  • #poetrymonth
  • #publishing
  • #quote
  • #reading
  • #steretyping
  • #teaching
  • #tweens
  • #whatimreading
  • #whatimwriting
  • #writenow
  • #writetip
  • #writing
  • #yalit
  • #yalitchat

Published on: 20 June 2011

Lasted edited on: 24 January 2015

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