I was really pleased to get an email from Open Book Publishers (OBP) yesterday which started with this opening sentence: “Dear Chris, I’m delighted to let you know that I received a pos…
Although I am a primary teacher I follow quite a few HE folks blogs.
The Dystopia is Already Here a presentation delivered in a twitter thread via the Sunday evening delight @katexic
“Our S2 elective created pull up nets! They loved them! @STEMglasgow #STEM #STEMGlasgow https://t.co/sQSBS4BQ68”
This looks like a lot of fun.
Over a decade ago, a few Scottish educators got together in a pub for a meetup. This spawned something that is still going to this day: the TeachMeet. I’ve been to a fair few in my time and, particularly in the early days, found them the perfect mix of camaraderie and professional learning.
Doug quotes How to Host or Attend a “Tiny” Conference
eight pointers for running a successful ‘Tiny Conf’:
- Keep it ‘tiny’
- Make it application and invite-only
I think I agree totally about the value of small. Not so sure about invite-only might miss some serendipity…
There have only been a few TeachMeets in scotland recently, I wonder if it is worth keeping TeachMeet.scot going?
My presentations with Cathy O’Halloran and Richard Callanan held at Manor Lakes College on 6th and 7th April, 2017 Connecting Learners with Google
Huge pile of resources and links for folk who use gsuite and google classroom.
Micropublish is a Micropub client that you can use to create, update, delete and undelete content on your Micropub-enabled site. A live install of Micropublish is running at https://micropublish.net
I am using micropublish to bookmark micropublish.
In its own words flippity allows you to: Easily turn a Google™ Spreadsheet into a Set of Online Flashcards and Other Cool Stuffv
I saw this on Alan Stewart’s blog. It looks really useful. I did something similar when I made a Fridge for poetry. This allows you to customise the images & word list via a google spreadsheet. Not as professional looking as Flippity…
Could be useful for Glow users given Glow now gives access to Google for some LAs (Not mine Alas).
I wonder if something similar could be done with Excel in O365? It doesn’t appear to be as easy to connect from webpages as a google sheet?