We looked inside some of the tweets by @verenanz and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
This project aims to change how schools adopt technology https://t.co/uxb1u2opuh
On September 24, educators Kim Carter and Marie Rutherford will share the thinking behind the design of their H5P practice activities, their reason for choosing which types of content types to use, and what they learned in the process. Learn more: https://t.co/j8rCgN9Ogc https://t.co/Li1ecU3j08
"I don't want my children to only remember to wear masks, wash their hands and keep their distance from people. I want them to understand that this is a time when people need to show up for one another." https://t.co/27zm8wBy4E
"Making school work in September required vision, action, funding, and resolve on the part of people far above your teacher or school board member in the spring when everything shut down. None of it came." https://t.co/kCmDfcAPAn #edchat #saskedchat #edtech
A faculty member has been asking how to stop Zoom from removing his head when he uses a virtual background. We suggested the usual plain background, good lighting etc, but it didn't work. I was in a meeting with him today when I realized why it was happening.
Doctoral student in Math, Science, & Learning Technologies Lauren Goodman published the article "Design for Your Most Vulnerable Student: Nine Ways to Engage Each and Every Learner" in @McGrawHillK12’s Inspired Ideas Medium publication. Great job, Lauren! https://t.co/3xIBbzmsnF https://t.co/AjkJk9v2By
New features in Teams and OneNote support social-emotional learning approaches | | Microsoft EDU https://t.co/emwyCIPMKO
During times of change & turmoil, we often make complicated what, by taking a step back & reflecting, we can simplify, clarify, & focus to continue our way forward. Every day is a PD day. #myPDtoday @awfrench1 @TCrawford306 @JillDuBois22 @datruss @KrishanaSankar @biologygoddess https://t.co/1Ssaj51ERM