Hexagonal Thinking / Virtual Meeting Strategies / Remote Learning Building Blocks

September 15th, 2020

Hexagonal Thinking
Is it time to try hexagonal thinking in your class? Then it’s virtual meeting strategies and the building blocks of remote learning. On to three poop animations, an amazing pendulum trick, schools tracking COVID cases, a rise and shine illustration, and a one kid band covers Toto.

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Connecting with Students / Chess the Streaming Obsession / Letter to Bullies

September 14th, 2020

Connections
Here is some help for connecting with students. Then it’s chess as a streaming obsession and a letter to bullies. On to inbox cleaning tips, interview tips, keeping kids engaged, a goals and dreams quote, and The Kennedys do the Byrds.

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Next-Gen Digital Experiences / Motivating Passive Employees / Spotting a Good Investment

September 13th, 2020

WiFi Satisfaction
Start with what 5G might mean for digital experiences. Then it’s motivating passive employees and how to spot a good investment. Then it’s scary story podcasts, going to the bathroom tips, why not to use gifted students as tutors, a love yourself quote, and funny wildlife photos of the year.

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Duckworth on Boredom / Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Learning / AR Benefits

September 12th, 2020

Dealing with boredom
Start with Angela Duckworth’s take on how to deal with boredom. Then it’s asynchronous vs. synchronous learning and the benefits of AR. On to evaluating online information, highlighting negative results, mass notification systems for schools, a challenge/change quote, and a very funny autistic comedian.

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Leverage Social Media / The Limits of Bicycle Power / Powering a House With a Bicycle

September 11th, 2020

Leverage Social Media
Time to leverage social media. Then it’s why revision is necessary for learning and the limits of bicycle power. On to tech supporting students’ emotional well-being, how to make gratitude a habit, hybrid learning A/B classrooms, a Steve Jobs quote, and an SAT problem that no one got right.

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