Twitter Chats

While educators can post on Twitter asynchronously using hashtags 24/7, there are a variety of moderated Twitter chats where people come together at the same time. The chart below contains information about those chats, and the bottom of the page has more information for Twitter beginners.

Social Studies Chats

Days

Times (all times EST)

Hashtags and websites

Description

Co-leaders

Mondays*

7-8pm

#sschat

www.sschat.org 

Chat for all social studies teachers on a variety of topics.

@42thinkdeep

@CHitch94

@dankrutka

Tuesdays

9-10pm

#worldgeochat

Storify Archive 

Resources

Chat for geography teachers.

@cheffernan75

Wednesdays

 First Wednesday of the month at 8-9 PM

#psychat

https://storify.com/psychatmail

Chat for psychology teachers.

This weekly chat is currently inactive; Contact the moderators with questions.

@allisonshaver 

@jenslish @AmyRamponi

Thursdays

9-10pm

 #sstlap

 

timetravelingteach.weebly.com/sstlap  

Chat for social studies teachers who implement ideas from @burgessdave’s Teach Like a Pirate book.

 @Braz74

Fridays

Saturdays

Sundays

9-10pm

#hsgovchat

hsgovchat.blogspot.com

Storify Archive: storify.com/JustinChristen

Chat for government teachers.

@JustinChristen

Monday-Friday Ongoing #whapchat

 

https://storify.com/mrshistorylee

Slow chat for AP World History teachers. A question is posed daily with responses posted throughout the day.

This weekly chat is currently inactive; Contact the moderators with questions.

@mrshistorylee

* #sschat and #engchat combine for #engsschat (@Steph_Sukow) leader on the last Monday of every month.

Note: Moderated chats that are inactive or do not currently exist include: #econchat (Economics), #WRLDchat (World History), Sociology (#sociochat).

Please contact our #sschat co-leaders if you would like for us to help you promote a social studies-related chat.