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
I was messing about with the Flickr API downloading my photos flickr thinks are pink.
I love how the great ideas here, Let’s Rebuild Utopia, can be used at any level of education. You can bring these tertiary activities into the primary classroom. My class love making wee books and I’ve seen some nice blackout poetry from other classes.
Halooooo yourself, queued up for the commute.
I for one appreciate your linking, mention, breadcrumbs that make up your online trails.
Dave Cormier Should be delighted to get so many mentions🤣
I move so my window frames the tree tops, not the traffic. Spring green refreshment.
Provision of IT equipment to a family to overcome digital exclusion did not increase their engagement with online learning
Not unexpected. But I am finding this series of posters from @FifeCYPIC really interesting. Wonder if they are available as pdfs?
I’ve used Minecraft edu a wee bit & minetest (free) before that. Both **very** engaging. I do wonder how effective they are for the amount of time spent. I wonder if there is any research? Thinking of some of the lessons.
This is really interesting. I teach younger kids, primary 6-7 age 9-12 but I saw a gradual spread of turned of camera and lack of audio from my class over our second lockdown at the start of the year. As I was using teams, I used the text chat and got a lot more responses and considered ones using that.
Interestingly some of my class were in school, essential workers kids, there were a lot more vocal I presume because they were sitting in a room together and gained confidence from that.
I do occasionally use online responses in class and I’ll be thinking of easy ways to incorporate that in the future.