2.27.2018 Tuesday Tip

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Tip #1 Loneliness in the Workplace is like Smoking 15 Cigarettes a Day 

So many of you enjoyed Dr. Robert Brooks‘ Keynote during ShiftinEdu. Here is a touching article on loneliness. He discusses the importance of connections, showing empathy, and helping others, not only for our students but for ourselves in the workplace. 
 

Tip #2  Create If-Then Adventures with Google Slides

If-Then stories are a fun way for students to think creatively and strategically. They can brainstorm different ways readers might interact with a story. Below is just one part of the course to show you how easy this can be done! Of course, you are welcome to go through the whole unit!

Tip #3  Create your Own Animated Virtual Reality

Patches is a free online tool to create your own drawn animated virtual reality scenes. Students could use this VR tool to create fiction stories. In Math, this tool can be used to sharpen geometry concepts.

Tip #4  Who’s That Cat in the Hat? – Seesaw Activity 

Kristen Brooks created this easy and fun activity for Seesaw and it’s ready for you to use. You can use the hashtag #DrSeussWeek and #ReadAcrossAmerica.