The #pencilchat narrative

Just wanted to capture the various blogposts and narrative regarding #pencilchat that I have seen so far.  I wrote about #pencilchat yesterday.  If you want to get in on  the fun, take a look. Or you can see the #pencilchat trending chart here (which I  learned about because of #pencilchat).

John Spencer started us off with this blogpost.

Jennifer Wagner recalled a blogpost she wrote in 2010 entitled “Pencilology”.

An article about erasures in USA Today from a few months back was shared.

Malyn Mawby sketched and wrote about it based on the Tweet, “”Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Give him a pencil and he can draw a fish. And she added: “which he can sell so he can still eat.”

Tom Johnson started the blog, “Pencil Integration

Study Design wrote about the Twitter trend.

Steve Wheeler added to the satire and allegory sharing the ruminations from a head teacher about #pencilchat.

Tom Bennett added to the satire and allegory with his blogpost stating that #pencilchat was condemned by the United Nations.

Another person found the Pencil Talk blog.

David Coffey blogged about it here…talking about the #pencilchat network :-).

This morning (Sat. Dec. 3), Liz Dwyer wrote about it in Good Magazine. And Elaine Plybon from the Dallas Examiner, wrote about it here.

Pictures here, here, and here …and a pencil in the foot – ouch! have been shared related to #pencilchat.

And others shared real #pencilchat type products here and here (that are really for sale, but did not grow from #pencilchat”)

And various related videos here, here and here and a cartoon here.

I am enjoying learning and sharing with my new PLC:  the #pencilchat network!


7 Responses to “The #pencilchat narrative”

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    Nice wrap-up. I wrote the post at Study Designed ( that included some of my favorite tweets from our brilliant new PLC.


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