In Episode 17 of the EdTech TV Podcast Brent discusses words we should remove from our vocabulary in order to communicate with our students and colleagues more effectively. Brent also takes a look at Clarisketch for Android devices.
Words we should stop using
This episode’s topic was partly inspired by:
Ellen Petry Leanse (@chep2m) and her article:
It was also inspired by this critique from Philip Corbett at the New York Times.
And of course this guy:
Clarisketch is a great app for Android devices that lets you annotate and record over a picture you take. It’s an excellent way to share out information quickly. You can learn more at clarisketch.com or at the EdTech.tv post here:
If you’re using a standing desk, you may find that you start to get a little weary after a few hours. I was very happy to make the transition to a standing desk, but still wanted a way to give my feet and legs a rest. I was very happy to find the Mogo portable seat by Focal Upright.
This is a great way to keep on your feet without all the stress that comes from standing for hours at a time.
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