So I think I’ve figured out how to make a time sensitive advent calendar in #GlowBlogs. A bit late. It might do for another time or another time sensitive project.
It involves the Draw Attention pro and my favourite plugin Display Posts.
I couldn’t test the idea at lunchtime as the network is down today.
My class @Banton_Pr p6-7 have posted episode zero of their podcast. Pupils are scripting & recording, built website on #glowblogs organised sponsorship & prepping publicity.
BBP Episode 0
#DigiLearnScot #edutwitter #DYWScot #dyw
We’re excited to announce the new English Language Arts Pack created in partnership with the National Writing Project. These 10 lessons for Minecraft: Education Edition focus on world-building and engage students in a game-based learning experience that will help them learn about the writing process...
via: Digitally Literate Newsletter #261 – Silence no longer an option.
There are a lot of good ideas for using Minecraft, I’ve found I need time to figure out how to use them in my classroom, so bookmarking for later.
It took me a while, but the results were great:
more info on the class blog: Creativity from a Triangle – Banton Biggies
Outdoor Classroom Day | The Outdoor Classroom Day movement aims to make time outdoors part of every child's day, at home and at school.
Pinterest drives me crazy when searching and has some worries but this looks very useful.
Some of my favourite bits this week, #outdoorlearning mandalas, fire & #microbits
Biggies’ Blog Highlights W/E 11 Sep 2020
I’ve started trying to use OneNote again. Distributed pages to class then reviewing. I am getting this message frequently. Strangely I can access the pupils work gone through the tabs. I wonder if any #TeamMIEEScotland #mieexpert folk would have an idea.
I didn’t find the lack of video for pupils a problem during daily lockdown classes. This post goes over the reason why video might be a problem and lists some ideas for compensating.
also keeping in mind some people are voice shy, and some people have noisy home environments
Although from a higher ed perspective it all rings true from a primary perspective.