It won’t help if you don’t take the leap

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If you get good at a type of technology, you’ll find yourself using it often. On the other hand, if you decide that you’re somehow untalented at it (which is nonsense) or don’t take the time, then you’ll have sacrificed leverage and confidence that were offered to you. Source: Dancing with tools | Seth’s Blog […]

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Free photos and videos from Pexels

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Source: Free stock photos · Pexels Much like Unsplash and LibreStock, Pexels is another repository of free photos. What it adds is free video clips that you can use. I am a little hesitant to share Pexels, some of the photos may be unacceptable in your school setting. Use caution when using the site with […]

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MOOCs are dead. Long live MOOCs!

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Children and college students aren’t the only ones turning to online education during the coronavirus pandemic. Millions of adults have signed up for online classes in the last two months, too — a jolt that could signal a renaissance for big online learning networks that had struggled for years. Coursera, in which Mr. Gupta and […]

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Open Peeps is a free library of people graphics

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Source: Open Peeps, Hand-Drawn Illustration Library Open Peeps is a CC0 licensed graphic library of people. CC0 is the equivalent of Public Domain, meaning you can do whatever you want with the graphics. The site does require an email to download, but you could download the package for your students first. In the Flat Assets folder […]

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