That's how we roll... https://t.co/Y67ZP20VrJ
So happy for @MsRickard4 @HeathcoteLib @mr_casal @lisa_pomerantz @qrliebowitz! Congratulations on your tenure appt! https://t.co/8NiqswAK9y
A group effort w/@CristalAEdwards & @MrsCooper5C. What a great space for our Ss to work! https://t.co/IcUxVg2yFH
@mr_casal can we look at these at our next class? I think I need them! https://t.co/PqzTEaEg9x
@mr_casal This is well explained! https://t.co/YScNeFGeZA Great post!
Enjoying the Poetry As Music share
People over process.
Process over product.
#LHRICTLI #NYEDchat https://t.co/q6TCIDbLy8
Agreed! It's okay if students know more than you do. #ASCDL2L https://t.co/S1J7SwY0Nv
I became tech savvy as a teacher - humanities ESL teacher! Teachers are so masterful students of new technology! https://t.co/S9AgYx5aY7
That was fun!! Thank you to all who attended & to @ms_deljuidice for the support! #heathcotepride https://t.co/84DvjxXE6J
Love Google Photos, but need a photo book option? Read on… https://t.co/IhGhxRkboB #gafe #edtech
"Television and film use certain common conventions often referred to as the 'grammar' of these audiovisual media. This list includes some of the most important conventions for conveying meaning through particular camera and editing techniques (as well as some of the specialised vocabulary of film production).
Conventions aren't rules: expert practitioners break them for deliberate effect, which is one of the rare occasions that we become aware of what the convention is."
20 useful ways to use @Padlet in class now
#DitchBook #edtech #edtechchat https://t.co/RrSFO4khAU