I know, I know – Social Media is just for fun. It’s your place to take a break, to disconnect, and to have some down time.
But it’s also a fabulous place to learn techniques for your class! I post my favorite tools, resources, and ideas on my Instagram account, and so do a LOT of other teachers!
It can be overwhelming unless you know where to start. In order to help you get started, I’m sharing my five favorite hashtags that every Spanish teacher should follow.
Not sure what a hashtag is or how to use one? Click here for more info about hashtags.
Looking to use Social Media as a teaching tool in your classroom? Check out this post.
Hashtags for Any Spanish Teacher
This hashtag is mostly about the bigger ideas in Spanish (and other language) classes. There are bigger conversations happening about culture, responsive teaching, and grammar. I personally prefer this hashtag on Twitter, but you can follow across all platforms.
When you follow #teachmorespanish on Instagram, you’re signing on for a plethora of activities in your feed. This hashtag is focused on things you can do in your Spanish classroom to make it more engaging and fun.
Search #spanishteachertribe and you’ll get literally everything. From project ideas to verb breakdowns, you’ve got it all. This hashtag brings up recipes, activities, posters, teacher tools, and so much more.
Hashtags for Team CI
Not sure what CI is? It’s Comprehensible Input! It will change your teacher life forever and turn your classes into unstoppable learning machines! Check out this post to get started.
I’m team Instagram so the following are Instagram hashtags. I’d love to hear about your favorite resources in the comments below this post!
#citeachergram is all about CI and making materials comprehensible for students. This hashtag offers up materials, activities, and ideas to help you make your resources comprehensible and engaging.
Hello, Krashen fans! Check out #comprehensibleinput and you’ll be bombarded with Krashen quotes, motivation, and ideas to keep your CI classroom moving.
What would you add?
Comment below with your favorite hashtags and Social Media resources for Spanish teachers!