Guys, this is the best 1000th video. All the warm fuzzies.
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Do you ever just meet one person
and at first it is awkward
then you start talking
and its like
“holy crap where have you been all my life”
Yep. 4 years ago when I met thinkbrit It actually sounds weird to me that it was only 4 years ago, feels like much longer than that.
Name the top edtech tools that you use on a consistent basis in the classroom, and rank them in terms of their perceived (by you) effectiveness.
I’m going to focus on ‘in the classroom’
This year I’m trying some new ones but I’m not sure how effective they will be yet.
- Edublogs (student blogs)
I’ve been presented with great opportunities to think, and rethink, some of Audrey Watters’ ideas around the LMS, teaching machines, and ed tech this week. This learning was the impetus to also reflect on the ways in which I learn, process, and share my learning with others. I highly recommend you check out the articles I reference and consider how you influence the current landscape of education and technology in ed.
hisnamewasbeanni asked: The worksheets required maths problems to be solved in order to decode the answers to the riddles!
3 (of many) reasons you are awesomesauce:
- Extra time spent to build in solving problems to decode riddles
- I know just how much joy, and laughter, this brings you