2/ And for all the handwringers, there are (& have always been) homes where there are no books, papers or magazines. Are devices not one way that these children are now exposed to text? I’m not a fan of uncritical embrace of technology in schls but some more balance wld be good
— Linda J. Graham (@drlindagraham) November 11, 2019
Linda, your point about rigor reminds me of the recent piece by @LydiaDenworth on the need for more
Sorry for the late reply. I recently listened to Permanent Record by @snowden, Coders by @pomeranian99 and Words without Music by @philipglass
@metrotrains just wondering if having an announcement saying a train is arriving, it stops, does not open its doors and then leaves without taking passages is some sort of ruse associated with fines and times
Corinne, I remember seeing The Fauves and Regurgitator at one of my first all ages gigs at EVs in Croydon in 1997.
What is the usual workflow that kids use in creating the tutorials with the iPad Eric?
Do the perfect addition to any classroom?
I have not really searched through my archive. However, I have found that the RSS feed provided by Granary provides Tweets even if they no longer exist.
Congratulations Share and good luck. I sometimes look up ladders and wonder where I see my “self” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTJ7AzBIJoI
Some light summer reading?
Siva Vaidhyanathan discusses Elizabeth Warren’s fake ads and tries to make sense of what Facebook is and is not doing:
— Siva Vaidhyanathan (@sivavaid) October 11, 2019
Alan, I successfully added a picture from my Nexus / Android phone, although I could not really work out how I would ‘drag’ an image. Sorry.
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