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Using Wordwall

In this Periscope video I demonstrate the use of Wordwall, the free resource that works on all platforms from mobile to desktop. I demonstrate how it works and how you can make your own Wordwalls in various ways.

Ryan Read


DLTV DigiCon 15 (the #digicon15 summaries)

Twitter is a marvellous beast. We can only go to one session in every slot during a conference, but thanks to Twitter (and the teachers using it) I have resources from dozens of sessions that I couldn’t make. 1,169 more words


Emoji Classroom Periscope Videos

I have been on Periscope with live tutorials this summer and my latest two focus on the Emoji Classroom. The first lesson is creating a Stick Around lesson using Emojis with facts about insects based around a picture of a beautiful sunflower from Cousin Sarah’s garden. 44 more words

Ryan Read

Flipped Classrooms

In the ‘flipped classroom’ teachers provide a lecture or content for the students to read or watch for homework before a lesson, then set engaging activities for students to work on in class – the opposite of a traditional way of teaching.  645 more words

Student Voice

Classroom Salon

This is interesting. McGladrey has been talking about flipping classrooms but hasn’t done anything at any scale yet. What appeals to me about Classroom Salon is that it presents a way to envision the pre-classroom media portion of the class more than packaged, passive lecture, but rather as an interactive discussion. 168 more words

Instructional Design

Best Apps and Resources for #Emojigrading

Wrapping up week 1 of the Emoji Classroom, I received a few tweets and emails about what are some of the best Apps or online resources to use Emoji Grading for. 834 more words

Ryan Read