Feb 13, 2019
- Sign up for more info about the GIF-a-Day tech learning
opportunities at JakeMiller.net/gifaday -
visiting the site is not a commitment, it’s a way of stepping up
and saying “I want more information about these
- Opportunity 1 - Spring 2018 - GoogleSheets - will be comprised
of 25+ GIFs, sent out 1 per day, only to paying participants. These
GIFs will not be shared elsewhere (not on Twitter, not on my
website). At the end, participants will receive an eBook with all
of the GIFs.
- “This made me realize that the creation of the roster was an
event that I couldn’t control, but the way that I responded was
something that I could control. And by doing that, I could change
- Jake’s old student-paced course - sites.google.com/site/millerstem8
- most of the links no longer work; the purpose of sharing it is so
that you can see how it was set up.
Guest: Angela Wojtecki - Angela is the district
library media specialist and tech integrationist for Nordonia Hills
City Schools located in NE Ohio. She helps co-teach the district's
long-term professional development series program for teachers and
also is the host and producer of the Nordonia Hills City Schools'
Podcast series titled Nordonia Innovators.
- 2 Truths
& 1 Lie
#1: How can students create
#2: Information and media literacy skills are essential
skills that our students need to have in order to find the most
accurate and current information on the web. What are some website
evaluation resources or lesson ideas you can incorporate in your
curriculum that can help students when it comes to building
information and media literacy skills?
You can follow Angela on Twitter at @AngelaWojtecki or contact
her at email@example.com. And check out the Nordonia
Podcast series link: nordoniainnovators.podbean.com
Educational Duct Tape -
EduDuctTape.com - Episode