Santa seems to have been steered off-course.
Or is he in search of something?
If you had access to our devoted friend via cell phone, what three questions would you ask him? Write up a quick conversation you might have with him.
If it helps, use the script format:
Create stories from the
words and phrases in the word cloud above…
borrowing from my inventwithwords.com blog…too good to not share…
by Tina Essmaker
Free from the 12th Annual Adobe 99U Conference
Lately, I’ve been reflecting on my last 12 years in schools supporting teachers’ work with instructional technology.
Fun and rewarding.
As a classroom teacher for 22 years, I knew the challenges and time constraints teachers faced and I wanted to bridge some of those gaps.
Plus, it opened up some avenues for creating my own content to help them out.
And under the watchful eye of my own teaching assistant…
I am offering to:
— create curate-compile-and-post digital resources, photo libraries [public domain/copyright-free]
— write and publish short ebooks
— create short tutorial videos, including tools such as the iOS Clips app and Doodly. (Scroll about 2/3 down the page for samples.]
— include art lessons/sample projects offered by my wife, an art teacher in the local school district
— produce digital content tailored for a specific audience [i.e. your students]
— — — slide decks [PowerPoint/Google Slides]
— — — creativity-based activity guides that you can reuse/customize for your topics of choice.
— — — concept lists [i.e. brainstorming lists] Here is screenshot of about 5% of what I usually generate.
— — — end-of-unit culmination collections of your students’ content. [No student names, please. If they slip through, I promise privacy and confidentiality.]
Greetings, visitors/creators/students/teachers. [Talk about hedging your bets…]
Here is another Blackout Horoscope. No surprise, but practice makes not perfect, but easier.
How to make one of your own?
I think this kind of exercise would be fun to try for learners and teachers alike.