In today’s session, 17 learners generously gave up their morning to learn more about tools that allow you to share and find ideas online.
Like before, if you’re interested in knowing more about what we did in class, you can find the embedded handout below.
Here is a direct link to the document as well (clicking on any of the links in the pdf document will open them in your default browser).
Since this workshop invloved learning to use twitter, there’s one more way to learn about what we did—by reading the tweetsteeam from our hashtag: #wmshtc. Today’s discussion on twitter was great since it actually drew in a range of participants who weren’t in the session, including a few Westminster teachers, a former alumna who now works in elementary education, and even a physics professor from Minnesota.
One of the best tweets came from Megan Howard (that Westminster Alumna) who is now the director of teaching and learning at Trinity School:
The link in the tweet links to this photo illustration:
Finally, the video of the advanced session is broken into two parts and embedded below.
As always, please don’t hesitate to contribute your own ideas or ask questions in the comments below.