Twitter Recipes with IF app

Discovered this app a few weeks ago and now really getting into it. It allows you to create recipes that curate your data in a myriad of ways. It uses a huge amount of current applications in which you can create your own 'IF' statements or use others that users have created. I am currently... Continue Reading →

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Collaborative musical chairs 

Who doesn't love a game of musical chairs? You would expect the act of drawing to be an intimately private process that doesn't involve any collaboration. This couldn't be further from the truth. I always find students believe they can't draw, but what does that mean? You can't place a mark on a page? It's... Continue Reading →

Why you should use past students as experts 

I have been lucky enough to work in many collaborative environments, where experts were readily available to shape my learning and provide inspiration which challenged my thinking. This is something that I have been keen to continue with my students. With point to point technology it is relatively easy to invite an expert into your... Continue Reading →

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