I am posting this with the WordPress.com desktop app on my mac. The app has been out for a while but I’ve just got round to testing it.
I’ve done nothing to set this up other than log on with my WordPress.com username and password, I am presuming that I can post with the app because I’ve got jetpack installed.…
In past years I often written reviews of the years blogging, this year I am a little lazier this is a
wordle for the titles of the 90 posts I made here this year.
A list after the jump:
I’ve not really checked out the new features of WordPress 4.4 in any depth but this new feature looks interesting. Just pasting a url to another WordPress blog post into the editor creates an embedded ‘card’ with some details.…
I’ve read a lot of
interesting things on Medium over the last couple of years. It seemed to start as an online space to write longer-than tweet posts, and evolved.
I’ve never written more than a few comments and one
test post on Medium before this.…
I’ve spent the last couple of days talking about Glow and Glow Blogs in particular at the Scottish Learning Festival.
Today I was co-presenting at a seminar on Blogs with
Mrs Andrea Hunter and three of her pupils from Whinhill Primary.…
Finally ios allows upload of files from more than the photo library. This is just the first mp3 I found in my Dropbox. It is a recording n Buchanian st. In Glasgow.
The more includes OneDrive for glow folk.…
Top 10 Reasons for Students to Blog by sylviaduckworth CC-BY
I tweeted this lovely image the other day when I saw it on
Classroom Blogging Options the other day. The Glow Blogs option was not discussed but I’d hope that it would be under consideration for Scottish learners and teachers.…
I’ve had a half finished draft post about
Blogging Bootcamp in the works since the bootcamp finished. I still hope to finish it but thought I used the excuse of the Teaching with WordPress course to post this shortish screencast.
I’ve also got a huge post about the 5Rs presentation I bungled at teachmeetGLA this week which will fit in nicely with #TWP15 too.…
Fools rush in, foolish fools sign up at the last minute.
I’ve just signed up for
Teaching with WordPress
This is an open online course on Teaching with WordPress, running June 1-26, 2015. Join us to talk about and experiment with, among other things:
open education, open pedagogy and design
WordPress as a highly customizable framework for teaching and learning
examples of instructors and learners using WordPress sites in many different ways for multiple purposes
plug ins, applications and approaches for creating, discussing, sharing and interacting with each other
Throughout the course, you’ll be creating your own WordPress course site, so that by the end you’ll have a beginning structure to build on with your learners.
cut off its head, fill its mouth with garlic, and drive a stake through its body, but we apparently can’t kill a well-designed, engaging, dynamic learning experience and the community of learning it spawns. Nor would we want to.…
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