10 Matching Annotations
  1. Nov 2018
  2. Mar 2018
  3. Mar 2017
  4. Jan 2017
  5. Apr 2016
    1. People could make of it what they wanted and they could look at it as a future way to share. Let us not make a big deal about learning. Let’s not make it so ponderous and heavy. It needs to be lightweight, flexible, and nimble.

      There's a lot here, in this sentence that I like.

    2. sandbox

      I wonder how this step -- Hackpad -- went.

    3. marginalia

      like me, right now. There is something powerful about notes off in the margins, and the processing power of our brain to make those notes and read those notes ... and share those notes? Collective? Individual?

    4. my main purpose here is to model the work of close reading to my students and to show how you must pay homage to the reading in order to do justice to the writing.

      This is a key component, right? Showing how one goes forth, but leaving enough space for students to do it their own way, too. Yeah. That's always the tricky balance or we risk automatons.

    5. out of last week’s work with memes/gifs and political candidates arose classroom work with… annotation and memes and gifs.

      This is what we want to have happening ... moving from discussion and sharing with teachers to the classroom stage.