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Jane Bozarth
World's Oldest Millennial,Author: “Show Your Work” & more,Positive Deviant,Doctor of Learnin' Stuff 919.789.1611.Warning: WYSIWYG
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Clint H. Clarkson 7h
Because what "pays" isn't always "work." Sometimes what pays is interesting, engaging, and inspiring. It's not about leaving work at work... It's about never really thinking that is work.
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Tracy Parish 13h
One slide, 160 variables, 2100+ triggers. Was seriously fun to work on and figure out how to make it work.
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Ted M. Young (dev guacamole) 14h
Now we don't need to write about Learning Styles anymore, has written it for us. Can we move on to other things?
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Simon Blair 13h
Replying to @JaneBozarth
... and there we see the difference between a job and a passion.
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Kevin Thorn 13h
A5) Underrated, but iMovie is a robust little tool for creating really quality video.
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eLearning Guild 14h
Q2 What are some free or almost free tools you lean on?
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Bianca Woods 14h
A1 Okay, technically this did come up earlier today, but why don't people sing the praises of SnagIt more?! It's easy to use for capturing screen shots and screen recording, and the final file size is nice and compact.
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Jane Bozarth 14h
You're all welcome!
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Jane Bozarth 15h
Could you DM me, please? Have something I'd like to ask. Thanks.
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Jane Bozarth 19h
Actually... that's coming. Stay tuned!
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Jane Bozarth 19h
Replying to @txmischief
Well, it's my job. Someone had to do it lol. Truth is, coming from the workplace training world I was shocked to see the amount of money behind the learning styles industry. And "industry" is the right word.
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Jane Bozarth 19h
Replying to @davecormier
I've started giving group ukulele lessons: Ain't no "content". They learn to actually DO something, then can go home and DO that thing. It's so refreshing....
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Jane Bozarth 19h
Replying to @davecormier
Do you remember/ever read Herndon's "How to Survive in Your Native Land"? Kid could do bowling scores by hand fast, and right, no problem. But when sat at a desk and told to do "math" he fell apart.
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Jane Bozarth 20h
HEY EVERYBODY SAY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO DAVID KELLY.
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Jane Bozarth 20h
Husmann & 2018 found that students didn't even use their OWN stated preference in choosing study materials
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Jane Bozarth 20h
Replying to @davecormier
Everyone wants to believe that the problem is not with the child’s ability or effort, or even difficulty of the content
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Jane Bozarth 20h
Replying to @davecormier
Parents want to hear that schools are tailoring instruction to their child. Learning styles chatter lets them promise that.
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Jane Bozarth 20h
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Jane Bozarth 20h
Replying to @davecormier
Instruments! Dozens of ‘em! And workshops!
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JD Jul 19
Tired of reading predictions about the future from people who are barely participating in the present. 🤔
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