Beyond my pocket & prolly my attention span, but as soon as I see mention of data in edu I reach for these questions and videos cc @IaninSheffield
A bargain. And it’s not too shabby, even if I say so myself. https://twitter.com/itpressuk/status/1402576707048120322
I read this before covid stopped us using the library, but I found this changed a lot about how I think about reading. I am going to re-read over summer.
In this episode I talk with Mags Amond, a retired post-primary school teacher and PhD candidate, about her research on a form of informal continuous professional development among teachers all over the world. It is called TEACHMEET where teaching professi...
Very interested to listen to this one. Mags’ phd on TeachMeet covers some interesting territory.
I’d love to hear more on the transitions to online only events. I was surprised to hear they feel authentic. I’d also like to hear more about the links to open.
I’ve been out of theTeachMeet loop for a while, as far as I know they have all but vanished from the Scottish scene. It was exciting to get caught up.
The five minutes needed watch this will not be wasted.
We were lucky to be there on probably the first dry day in a month. In the Golden Hour as the sun was starting to set, the fresh new leaves on the trees shone like stained glass in a cathedral window. The place shimmered with bird song, butterflies and wild flowers.
What a marvellous post.
Read: August by Callan Wink ★★★☆☆ 📚This was a nice change from the daily introspective books live been reading. August, the main character says little and doesn’t seem to think much. The sensitive silent type. I enjoyed reading about his mum more.
I for one appreciate your linking, mention, breadcrumbs that make up your online trails.
Dave Cormier Should be delighted to get so many mentions🤣
Read: Jo Baker Offcomer ★★★☆☆ 📚
a bit to queasy for me, young woman who is in a bad situation cutting herself with a blade and stupid choices.
I move so my window frames the tree tops, not the traffic. Spring green refreshment.
I Give It to You by Valerie Martin ★★★★☆ 📚
Set in Italy, mix of World War II history and the story of the story. Echos of The Leopard with the decline of the land owning class. More than one level of betrayal.