With the push to use more 1:1 technology in schools, and the need to encourage teachers to "level up" on their use and comfort with tech, what if faculty and staff in a school had certain hashtags on Twitter that they used to give shout outs about an innovation they tried or a resource to share? An example might be #soareagles or something that ties the school together. That way all staff members would know it and use it as desired or needed. We could even use a platform such as GroupTweet to be able to see the information more easily. Busy teachers could get ideas, give praise, ask for help, share resources, etc. and feel more closely connected to colleagues they may only see in passing or at faculty meetings. Administrators could see the neat ideas flowing around. This kind of collaboration could also lead to face-to-face discussions as people would want to learn more from each other. If embraced and done well, it could even begin to drive Professional Development as teachers begin requesting more information from sharers. Administrators/PD planners see what staff members are discussing and sharing and could use it to determine professional development needs.