This is actually pretty amusing, but I guess maybe something like this is sometimes needed to get teachers to see their own need to provide differentiated instruction which truly engages learners. Bernie Dodge published (apparently awhile back) a “Boredom Analysis Checklist.” Perhaps this could be used to determine if someone is, in fact, a REAL teacher, or a FAKE one?
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On this day..
- Remove distracting Apple TV icons - 2014
- Learn About Lightspeed Mobile Manager - 2014
- Technology Integration for Common Core (Velma, Oklahoma Presentation Resources) - 2013
- Podcast393: Reflections on UnPlug'd 2012 with David Truss & Gail Lovely - 2012
- Evernote as a Syncable, Offline Database for High School CX Debate Evidence - 2011
- Strange podcast download spike - 2008
- Thoughts on video annotation and 1:1 computing - 2007
- Podcast179: Podcasting in the Elementary Classroom - A Conversation on EdTechTalk - 2007
- Use your school phone dialer to share podcasts with parents! - 2007
- Talking about podcasting with elementary students - 2007