Tagged: "student engagement"
It’s about now when conscientious parents start remembering their children’s summer reading. For kids who aren’t natural-born readers, one of summer’s recurring themes is a rising crescendo of denial, delaying tactics, strong words, good intentions, bribes, and fevered and painful late-August days spent turning pages not for the experience of a good book but to [...]
Why social media in school? It’s a good question and one many schools are asking. Whether is because of the free-flowing nature of the content and material or the potential for distraction sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube many others are being blocked by institutions. It is my belief however that by blocking these sites and [...]
I’ve become a big fan of the power of social media in general and live video in particular to help me reach learner outcomes and create student engagement. This video goes into how I got started with live video, and draws some comparisons to a very low tech inspiration.