No matter how stupid your question is, if you find smart enough people to answer it you’ll learn a lot of cool stuff. This week,
My teaching practise has grown and evolved over time. Evolution is hard to spot while it’s happening. It’s not until you see what used to
COVID-19 Online learning. How we did it, what we learned, and where to next.
With the incredibly rapid move to online learning teachers have scrambled. FAST. It’s been tough, it’s been stressful, there’s been quite a few late nights.
I am shattered. Utterly and physically exhausted. In the past month, on top of preparing my classes, my department and my school for a move
I’ve used Microsoft OneNote for quite a while now. I use it to teach all of my maths classes and I use it to organize
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This is the video I will share with my class to orient them in our online learning space using Microsoft Teams and OneNote.
There are a lot of online learning platforms promising great formative assessment during the COVID-19 Crisis. But they are all rubbish. Here’s how to do it right.