Webb of Thoughts

personal blog of kyle webb

Twitter Chats (Sway)

Embedded below is another piece of work I completed for ETAD 802.  You can create your own Sway file at www.sway.com. A full page version of the Sway can be found at https://sway.com/zqTjXwFfgld90iu1.  

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The Flipped Classroom (Sway)

Embedded below is a piece of work I completed for ETAD 802.  You can create your own Sway file at www.sway.com. A full page version of the Sway can be found at https://sway.com/L5rCfk2xVaxohAYr.

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Productivity with Wear Pomodoro

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I think it’s safe to say that staying organized and using my time productively is something I struggle with on a daily basis.  I am excited to read other #saskedchat blog posts about this topic, since I have a lot to learn in this department! One of the best tools I have tried out lately has been a Pomodoro timer app, called Wear Pomodoro, that I use on my smart watch.  Once I hit go, it starts a timer for […]

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Where to sit?

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This year, I have found myself having serious debates about seating plans and arrangements in my classroom. Having taught high school previously, I never had any major concerns about seating plans.  Students would come in, sit where they wanted to and, if there were a problem, I would simply ask the students to move. Problem solved. However, I’m now teaching middle years and it is pretty evident that my students don’t have the self-discipline required to situate themselves productively in […]

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The Amazing Pushbullet

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If you are anything like me, you are constantly juggling multiple devices throughout your day – phone, tablet, computers. Each one of these devices serves a different purpose and I use them in different situations. What I have found quite often is that I’m browsing Twitter or reading articles on one device and I realize that I really want to be able to look at it on another device. Or, I find an app for my phone while I’m on my computer […]

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I am writing this post a little late, but decided it was worth sharing my experience with the Hour of Code in December. The Hour of Code officially took place during the week of December 8th – 12th. The entire purpose behind the Hour of Code was to introduce kids to computer programming and address some of the stereotypes associated with computer programming. When I initially told my students we would be participating in this project, there were a lot […]

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