Connected Learning Principles; Connected Learning: Reimagining the experience of education in the information age
Reading Twitter just got easier - link to VELLUM provided by Terry Elliott http://vellum.nytlabs.com. This tool is described as:
Storytelling is my passion so when Chris Campbell mentioned TWINE as a storytelling tool, I had to investigate further. I played with the online version. Then Kevin Hodgson created an interactive, choose your own adventure story that led to philome.la - a free twine hosting site using Twitter. His story is here: http://philome.la/dogtrax/twining-around-for-clmooc/play He provided two resources and some tips: First, this site will host Twine stories via Twitter accounts: http://philome.la/ (Kevin's Note: When you "build" in Twine, you have to make sure it has an .html ending. Otherwise, the host won't work). Second, this site is one to keep open while you write in Twine. It shows how to add html and other stuff. http://www.auntiepixelante.com/twine/
Collection of videos from Fred Mindlin - Ira Glass on Storytelling Playlist
The Teaching Channel - where a collection of over 1000 videos relevant to teachers and teaching are shared, organized and searchable.
Thanks to Sherri Edward for sharing this insightful gem to retrain my brain on neural plasticity and how to ride a bike. This is why I like walking!