I really wanted to figure out a way to shorten links for use in Autocrat and FormMule, but I couldn’t figure out a good way of doing it using Goo.gl or Bit.ly. This is a great option, and with the CopyDown features in both scripts, the workflow could not be simpler.
Batch shortening with Google Docs – Po.st Support Center
This guide will help you setup your own Google Document that can return multiple short URLs in a simple manner.
From a recent discussion on the Canvas hosted course ‘Teaching Online: Reflections on Practice’
Discuss the implications for deadlines and due date structuring in your online classes. How do you plan to keep your students on track throughout your course?…
Being Smart at Social Media
Students engaged in learning about how to be smart using social media.
The 9th and 10th grade Retail Marketing & Sales students at DCTS were following every word spoken by Monica Helt, Admissions H.S. Rep for McCann School of Business & Technology.…
Dropping a Line
The 11th grade students of DCTS were knee deep into an advertising project. In fact, as we peeled back the layers of onion, two students actually took it upon themselves to cold call some newspaper places to find out just how much these ads cost.…
This single PDF (linked off of the page below) is an amazing template to jump start your thinking around badges. I will be using it in a team approach to help identify some of the most important elements of badges in DPS.…
Hi Scott, I love "opportunistic learning" and the street corner teaching metaphor. I agree with what you have said both here and in the Facebook comment – not everyone will want to engage in it. "Risk takers and freaks," you say and I couldn't agree more.… Continue reading
Vance, I am very proud of my badge and I have shared it across my social networks. I agree, we keep learning from each other. I shared this post in the #rhizo14 Facebook group and it has started a discussion around whether we should provide scaffolding for our students or not.… Continue reading
Vanessa, I believe that we first met in Multiliteracies three years ago. Now we share several online groups, including the Coursera Cafe, which I believe is a great example of rhizomatic learning (even though most of the time we are just fooling around).… Continue reading
The other day, I was talking about assessment that support learning in my teaching and learning class. Like I do often, I started the class with a “What do you notice? What do you wonder?” picture:
What do you notice?