Thanks Jim, This looks like a podcast feed full of interest, subscribed, took me a mo to find the podcast RSS.
Read the thread.
I’ve noticed I do this less and less as there seems to be more and more you have to do each day. Need to make more time for reading to class next session.
I played with processing on a Future Learn course a while back. I’ve noticed p5xjs and though it might be interesting to play with. Never did, still do.
I wonder if we should spend some time explaining to pupils why we choose the tools we use, the affordances of said tools and the drawbacks. In the case of “free” tools why companies give them away. I don’t believe we think about these reasons in enough depth.
WordPress for presentations is a great idea. I couldn’t follow live so appreciate this more than a pp. WordPress can post replies to tweets too;-) #pressEDconf19 #IndieWeb
Audio from my conversation with Dr. Ian Guest, (@IaninSheffield), yesterday evening is now on Radio Edutalk: Radio Edutalk 13-03-19 Ian Guest “Exploring teachers’ professional development with Twitter”. Ian’s approach to research is really interesting and he makes you think more than once about things you take for granted. #EDUtalk.
Hi Chris, Thanks for the listen, it is not often I am accused of keeping things on track;-) I’ve though about this a wee bit. Doing the whole thing via the indieweb would be beautiful but it raises the barrier for participation very high. Setting up WordPress for indieweb is certainly doable but the number […]