Reposted Doug Belshaw (Twitter)

A decade since I left teaching and it seems to have gone from free sharing of openly-licensed resources to edu-influencers getting people to like and retweet for resources

A lot to unpack in this. I was naively optimistic about open sharing (& about knowledge of copyright & licenses spreading).

Reposted KevinHodgson on Twitter (Twitter)

“We’re noticing more students shutting off video feed in gatherings … all sorts of possible reasons but students grappling with the visibility of poverty is the one I worry about the most, as well as who gets ‘seen and valued’ in Distance Learning settings … #nwp #clmooc”

This is interesting in the context of @GlowScot
decision not to support pupil video in conferences. #glowscot

Reposted Notabilia on Twitter (Twitter)

“|n|otabilia 738 ⁂ “Poem” ⁂ A.R. Ammons || From *Notabilia*, a daily(ish) newsletter → https://t.co/sx3TZ42SCe

⁣⁣⁣#notabilia #quotes #newsletter #literaryquotes #commonplacebook #ARAmmons #poem #NaPoMo #NaPoMo20”

I don’t think I’ve tweeted how much I value and enjoy @Notabilia in my email inbox

Reposted Catriona Oates on Twitter (Twitter)

“It’s really encouraging to see the resourcefulness and support being shared by educators in #GlowBlogs on so many levels – if ever there was a time for #Glow, now is it! #SchoolClosureScotland #GetOnline #Glow”

Might be an interesting, unscientific survey of Scottish education by grabbing screenshots of all the LA home pages.