Thanks to Lee and Sachi LeFever’s latest creation, “Twitter in Plain English,” my chances of effectively explaining Twitter to my wife (and others) just increased by a factor of ten!
I think these “in plain English” videos could be used to challenge students to explain complex concepts through simple, yet highly informative and effective stop-motion stories.
I think I’d like to see “Derivatives in Plain English” next. Any takers?
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On this day..
- Podcast451: SeeSaw, Enriched Assessment, Creating and Making with iPads - 2017
- Email Mail Merge Custom PDF Certificates with autoCrat for Google - 2016
- Workflow: Moderate Student Email-Posted Videos to YouTube - 2015
- No-Edit Audio Podcasting Videoconference (referenced links) - 2014
- A Story about Web Accountability and Club Penguin - 2013
- Brookstone Mini-Projector for iPhone4 - 2012
- All bloggers are not scrape blog pirates - 2011
- High Stakes Testing Must End in the USA - 2011
- Local Advocacy Update in Alabama by Bruce Ellard - 2011
- 2011 Alabama Legislative Session Update (10 March) - 2011