Twitter Chat: K-12 Distance Learning Idea Exchange

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We have always asked a lot from our nation’s K-12 teachers. Now, during these highly unusual times, the demands on our educators have grown even greater. would like to help. This Thursday, we want to bring together our educator community for a Twitter idea exchange on distance learning. Our intent is to provide a live forum for our teachers to share ideas and learn from one another as to what is working and what is not.

If you are a K-12 teacher, administrator or education professional with experience in remote teaching, please join our #DistanceLearningChat to discuss your needs, resources, and solutions for distance learning. The live #DistanceLearningChat Twitter event will take place on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 from 6pm – 8pm CT.

Participating teachers, who follow @Adopt_Classroom on Twitter, are eligible to enter to receive one of five $100 donations on (teachers have 12 months to use their donation to purchase classroom supplies.).

$500 Distance Learning Twitter Giveaway: #DistanceLearningChat

To enter, use our hashtag “#DistanceLearningChat” during the Twitter event to ask a question or answer another teacher’s question on the topic of distance learning. The more you use the hashtag to ask or answer questions, the more chances you’ll have to win.

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We’ll also pose a #DistanceLearningChat question on Facebook and Instagram at 9am CT on Thursday, March 26th. Answer or ask a question on Facebook and/or Instagram about distance learning for an additional entry in our giveaway before the chat ends at 8pm CT.

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Teachers Need Community Now More Than Ever

With school closures across the country, teachers have had to re-evaluate and rapidly change their lesson plans and teaching strategies to connect with and continue teaching their students remotely. This is a massive adjustment that many teachers haven’t experienced before, but there’s a community of teachers who want to help each other get through this difficult time together.

Through the #DistanceLearningChat Twitter Event, we hope to connect teachers across the country who can share tips and resources on distance learning during this transition period. We’ll keep our blog updated with resources for teachers, so check back in after the Twitter event for even more tips.

Giveaway Rules


Follow on Twitter (@Adopt_Classroom) and ask or answer questions about distance education during our #DistanceLearningChat Twitter event using the hashtag “#DistanceLearningChat.” Limit five entries per Twitter account. Answer the #DistanceLearningChat question posed on’s Facebook and Instagram account to receive an additional entry. Limit one entry per Facebook and Instagram account.


Participation in the #DistanceLearningChat Giveaway constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Official Rules, which are final and binding. Winning a Prize is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements set forth herein.


The Twitter Giveaway begins on (3/26/2020) at 6:00 PM CT and ends (3/26/2020) at 8:00 PM CT. Entries received on Twitter before or after this end time will not be considered.


Participants must be a K-12 teacher or principal at an accredited school and legal resident of one of the fifty United States or the District of Columbia and at least 18 years of age at the time of entry. Participation is subject to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited by law.


A random drawing will be conducted on or about 3/27/2020 from all eligible entries received to select five Potential Winners. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received during the Promotion Period. Potential Winners do not need to be present at the time of the Drawing to accept the Prize.

REQUIREMENTS OF THE POTENTIAL WINNERS: will notify Potential Winners by listing their Twitter handles in a tweet. If a Potential Winner does not respond by emailing [email protected] with a link to their classroom page or by stating their name, email address, and school name, within 72 hours of the time the Notification is sent, if a Potential Winner declines to accept the Prize, or if a Potential Winner is disqualified for any reason, will select an alternate Potential Winner based on a random drawing among all remaining eligible entries received. A Potential Winner is not a verified winner until eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules has been confirmed.


We will select five Prize winners which will be awarded one $100 donation to their Classroom Account. The Prize consists of only the items listed and shall not be responsible for any fees, costs, or taxes arising out of or in connection with Winner’s use of Prize. Prize is non-transferable, and no substitution, assignment, or refund of a prize is permitted, except by, who reserves the right to substitute a prize with another prize of greater or equal value, if a prize is not available for any reason as determined by in its sole discretion. Limit one Prize per person.

SPONSOR: This contest is in no way sponsored or administered by Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.